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There are numerous religions in the world, out of which, only a few are important. Sikhism comes under these few very important religions and is spread all over the world. Today we are going to have some paragraphs on Sikhism with different world limits. Every paragraph below will tell you some important things about Sikhism in a different way. The rest can be checked by you only after reading them.

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Sikhism is one and important of the four major religions in India. It is also known as Khalsa or Sikhmat. The people following Sikhism are called Sikh, and they mainly worship Guru Govind Singh. There are many countries in the world where Sikh people live, but the largest population is found in India.

Sikh People mainly speak the Punjabi language. All the religious scriptures are also written in Punjabi, especially Gurumukhi Punjabi. The religion scripture of Sikhism is 'Guru Granth Sahib'. Guru Granth Sahib contains the teachings and preaching of Guru Nanak. Sikhism gives us the way to live.


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Sikhism is such a religion that is spread all over the world. This religion inspires us to live with love, harmony, and cooperation. Sikhism is based on the teachings if such religious leaders who opposed the evils spread in the world. Guru Nanak Dev was the first preacher of Sikhism who founded it during 1459 and 1539. Starting from that, there have been a total of 10 spiritual gurus in Sikhism so far.

The place where Sikhs visit to worship is called Gurudwara. The Sikh religion has arisen from the 'Sanatan Religion', and Sikhs are mostly found in the Punjab state of India. Guru Nanak Dev has the biggest contribution to the propagation of Sikhism. More than religion, Sikhism is humanity.


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Sikhism is not a religion but a way to attain nirvana. It teaches mankind how we should behave, what is right and what is wrong, etc. Although it is considered a separate religion, in reality, it is a part of Hinduism. It supports the monotheism of God and his divinity.

The major sects of Sikhism are Akali, Namdhari, and Udasi. Sikhs believe in a single God, whom they call one-omkar. Their aim is to fight against the prevalent practices, superstitions, shabby stereotypes, and hypocrisy in society. They are ready to promote love, service, hard work, philanthropy, and brotherhood.

Sikhism does not ignore any other religion and accepts the good views of all religions. Their only goal is to eradicate bad elements and bad habits from society and spread love and harmony. This religion is based on the teachings of spiritual leaders like Guru Nanak Dev, Guru Angad Dev, and Guru Govind Singh.

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The emergence and the spread of Sikhism are influenced by the Bhakti movement and the Vaishnavism under Hinduism. It spread when the Mughal Empire was ruling all over India. They tortured two Sikh preachers Guru Arjun Dev and Guru Tegh Bahadur and killed them for refusing Islamic conversion. This atrocity by the Mughals on the Sikhs shook their soul, and they insisted to build the 'Khalsa'.

The Khalsa Panth was founded by Guru Nanak Dev, the last Guru of the Sikhs, and holds great importance in Sikhism. Khalsa stands for keeping the heart pure and the mind completely independent.

The Khalsa are men and women who have attended the Sikh baptism ceremony and who strictly adhere to the Sikh code of conduct and traditions. They especially wear the five prescribed material objects of the panth - Kesh (hair), kangha (comb), kadaa (bracelet), kaccha (underwear), and kripan (turban).

Sikhism also mentions five evils that are mentioned such as sex, anger, greed, attachment, and ego. These five evils are enemies of man and lead him to his downfall. There have been a total of ten religious preachers in Sikhism, the first of which was Guru Nanak and the last was Guru Govind Singh.


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Sikhism is very reconciled and a religion that follows the path of humanity. Its followers worship only one and completely formless God. Self-knowledge has great importance in Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of Sikhism. According to this, our soul is the divine and like our soul, God has no shape. Sikhism also believes that God resides everywhere.

Sikhism has only one patron of Guru Granth Sahib called ‘Granthi’. Any Sikh is free to recite the Guru Granth Sahib in the gurudwara or his home. People of all religions can visit the gurudwara. Almost every gurudwara has a free community kitchen where food is served to people of all religions. Guru Nanak initially started this establishment that outlines the fundamental principles of faith, service, humility, and equality.

The book "Sikh Rahat Maryada" specifying the duties of the Sikhs provides four rituals known as the sacrament route. The first ritual is the birth and naming ceremony held at the gurudwara. The second ritual is the marriage ceremony. The third ritual and the most important is the Amrit Sanskar, a ceremony for initiation in Khalsa. The fourth ritual is the post-funeral ceremony.

The Three duties prayers, acts or deeds, and donations are of utmost importance in Sikhism. All those people who follow Sikhism must have to participate in these three duties. It advises us to stay away from crime, begging, alcohol, and tobacco industry and honestly earn our livelihood. This religion teaches us to worship God always.