• Uniforms
    have found it very interesting. The Sikhs have many unique qualities. Sikhism was introduced near the closing of the 15th Century (Sikh net 1). Guru Nanak Dev originated it, now making it a minority group. The Sikhs are found generally around northwest India, or Punjab, but can also be found anywhere...
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  • Sikhism
    although we have some slight differences there are many similarities. Thousands of people everyday enter the Gurdwarah to receive blessings from Guru Nanak Dev Ji. “Sikhism is the fifth largest religion in the world originating from Hinduism”(Deol, 2008). “The universal belief of Sikhism is Waheguru which...
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  • Karma Essay
    Karma Essay: Sikhism, Hinduism, and Buddhism Have you ever heard someone say “what goes around comes around?” Many religions believe in Karma. Karma means a deed or an act. The three major religions that believe in Karma are Sikhism, Hinduism, and Buddhism. These three religions share somewhat the same...
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  • Sikh
    believe that marriage is not only an advancement of the human race but also a spiritual experience deserving careful understanding. It was Guru Amar Das, the third Guru of the Sikhs, who explained the aforesaid spiritual union allegorically by saying that, “The husband and wife are always close to each other...
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  • History
    Mughal Emperor Akbar to Guru Ramdas, the fourth preceptor of the Sikh faith. Under instructions from Guru Amar Das Sahib, this city was founded by Guru Ram Das Sahib in 1574, on the land bought by him for an amount of rupees 700 from the owners of the village Tung. (Earlier Guru Ram Das Sahib had begun...
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  • India Caricature
    Who: This is a picture of the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev ji (1469 - 1539). He blended Islam and Hinduism to create the religion known as Sikhism. He wanted the religion to accept anyone who wanted to follow no matter their race, ethnicity, sex or creed. What: Wanted to create a religion that...
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  • Minutes
    Pathak 30.Kapil Dev has been chosen the wisdom Indian cricketer of the century. 31. Akshardham Temple is in Gandhi Nagar (Gujarat 35 people were killed by terrorist) 32.Metro rail Delhi 24 Dec, 2002(Shahdra to is Hagari –8.3km) 33.CAG- V.N.Kaul 34.Chairman of SBI-A.K.Purwar 35.Guru Nanak born in Talwandi...
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  • Elements of Religious Paper
    largest religion. Just like other religions Sikhism believes in worship and remember god at every moment. Sikhism has ten Guru who teach Sikh in Sikh holy book and living Guru Granth Sahib to respect and also equality with all people. Should not be no difference for any race, class, sex, and creed. ...
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  • Jainism & Sikhism
    religion that also originated from Punjab region of India. It is completely different than Janism because it was established under the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and his successors. It is established on the principles of Justice, faith and Waheguru which means one God. It also preaches the ideals of peace...
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  • Sikhism
    death of conscience is a sure death. – Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Bhindrawale. | Divesh Sharma Monday, December-03-12 MMParveen Singh Sikhism’s Militaristic Identity Since the creation of Sikhism by Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Sikhs have repeatedly had to take on a militaristic identity...
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  • Lutevis Holloway Scripture Explication Assignment
    To recap, ‘JAINISM’ is a system, which teaches us how to conquer these enemies and achieve real freedom of soul. The root ‘Ji’ or ‘Jay’ means to win or to conquer. ‘Jain’ means one who is a conqurer, not of an empire but of passions such as, ATTACHMENT, AVARICE and PRIDE which...
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  • Female Foeticide
    laws must be enforced strictly to save our society from the grave dangers of female foeticide in the long run. Let us not forget the words of Guru Nanak Dev Ji in praise of women (or females). He said 'so kyon man'da aakhiye, jit jammein raajaari (why should we condemn women who have given birth to emperors...
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  • Femalefoeticide
    and equal share in the property,to save our society from the grave dangers of female foeticide in the long run. Let us not forget the words of Guru Nanak Dev Ji in praise of women. He said 'so kyon man'da aakhiye, jit jammein raajaari (why should we condemn women who have given birth to emperors of the...
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  • Religion in China and India
    message. The Sikh faith was founded by Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji in the Punjab area, now Pakistan. He began preaching the way to enlightenment and God after receiving a vision. After his death a series of nine Gurus, regarded as reincarnations of Guru Nanak. Led the movement until 1708. At this time these...
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  • The Formation of Dalit Sensibility in Dalit Literature
    outward appearance? Chokha is ugly but his feelings aren’t ugly, Why be fooled by outward appearance? (Abhanga 52) Saint Ravidas, Gurunanak Dev, Kabirdas, Dadu, Paltudas, Malookdas, Sundardas etc. opposed the varna system and caste system and created an awareness among dalit masses in the north...
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  • Hello Guys It's Sports Day...... by Someone Else
    plans to further improve sports in this complex. I congratulate all the students who have won prizes in various events. Sant Attar Singh Ji and Sant Teja Singh Ji were both extremely dedicated persons. Sant Attar Singh founded many educational institutions in rural areas in Punjab and also Akal College...
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  • study
    Movement. Life and Teaching of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Contribution of Guru Angad Dev Ji, Guru Amar Das Ji and Guru Ram Das Ji. Contribution of Guru Arjun Dev Ji and his Martyrdom. Guru Hargobind Ji. Section-B Martydom of Guru Teg Bahadur Ji. Guru Gobind Singh Ji and Foundation of the Khalsa. Banda...
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  • Rudra Mondal
    Significance of Festivals 520 words essay on Our Festivals (India). India is a multilingual and a multicultural country. The culture changes from State to State, the language is different from one state to another and the people have many modes of dress. In diversity we find unity. This is the peculiar...
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  • Sikh Rehat Maryada
    VII – Taking Hukam Chapter VII – Reading of the Guru Granth Sahib - Article VIII - Sadharan Path (completion of Normal, Intermittent Reading of the Guru Granth Sahib) - Article IX - Akhand Path: Uninterrupted-Non-Stop-Completion of the Reading of the Guru Granth Sahib - Article X – Commencing the non-stop...
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  • Mr Tushar
    Sikhism is India's fourth-largest religion and has existed for over 500 years, beginning with the birth of its founder Guru Nanak Dev ji * 2 % of Indian population are Sikhs, holy book Guru Granth Sahib BUDDHISM * More than 0.5 % of Indian population are Buddhist * Buddhism is a world religion...
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