Sikhism

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August 20, 2022

Sikhism (Punjabi: ਸਿੱਖੀ) is a religion that developed in the Punjab region of India from the 15th century to the beginning of the 18th century. There are two theories that the term Sikh originated from the Sanskrit word sisya, which means 'education' or 'learning', and that it originated from siksa, which means 'teaching'. It began with Guru Nanak, who traveled from continent to continent to spread the one and only message of God that resides in all people, the equality and unity of all mankind – God’s creation and eternal truth. Guru Nanak emphasized that in order to see God, one must see with the ‘eyes in the heart,’ or the ‘heart’ of a person. The 5th Sikh Guru, Guru Aryan, incorporated the words of saints of other religions into the Bible, which will be reborn as the Guru Fundamental Temple in 1708. The number of believers has reached 25 million, mainly in the Punjab province. Former Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh is a Sikh.

History

Nanak (1469-1539), the reformer, was born near Lahore and came from Katri of the lower caste. At the age of 30, he received a revelation from God to enter his evangelistic life, and while touring widely throughout India, he spoke with Hindu and Muslim preachers, and pilgrimage to Mecca. Guru Nanak traveled to Mecca, Rome, Sri Lanka, and Tibet, traveling to Vand Chakko (sharing with others and helping those in need), Kirat Karo (making money honestly, exploiting or lying). He taught principles such as , Naam Japna (remembering God at all times while chanting holy names; unceasing devotion to God). Because he rejected the complicated caste, superstition, and religious rituals of Hinduism, and insisted on absolute equality of human beings, many of his followers came from the lower castes, and the position of a dog founder was passed down to his successors with the title of guru. The 5th Guru established the Harmandir Saib, which is open to all, in Amritsa. The sutra is called Grant, and it is a compilation of the words and deeds of the Guru, including the reformed Nanak. The 5th Guru was executed by Muslims. From around the 6th Guru, resistance movements against the rule of the Mughal Empire were actively developed, and the denomination absorbed nationalists, dissidents, and nefarious enemies. The 6th Guru had no regrets for the Muslims and built a mosque for those in need. The 9th Guru sacrificed his life to greatly save another religion, Hinduism. It lost its initial peaceful attitude and gradually took on a more militant color, moving away from Islam. In the middle of the 18th century, it was classified as an illegal organization and was on the verge of extinction. reunification was successful. In 1799, Maharaja Ranjit Singh formed the Sikh Union in Punjab, India. Based in Punjab, a Western European army was formed and fought against the British forces. Sikhs involved in World War II have been called the messengers of Daejeon since ancient times. During the two world wars, 83,005 Sikh soldiers were killed and 109,045 wounded.

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Sikh Perspective

Tolerating other religions and beliefs Religious and social equality Reasonable practice not relying on superstition Modern scientific notions of the universe, evolution, and quantum mechanics. There are no dogmatic beliefs in Sikhism, true