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Sikh. Influenced by Hindu and Islam,founded by Guru Nanak (born in 1469 AD), advocating active service. No smoking/alcohol, No caste system/image worship/priesthood/pilgrimage, but keep Hindu doctrines of karma and transmigration. Refused to accept any groundless rituals,superstitions,etc.

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Sikh
  • Influenced by Hindu and Islam,founded by Guru Nanak (born in 1469 AD), advocating active service.
  • No smoking/alcohol, No caste system/image worship/priesthood/pilgrimage, but keep Hindu doctrines of karma and transmigration.
  • Refused to accept any groundless rituals,superstitions,etc.
  • Nine other Gurus. The last Gurus started Baptism ceremony
  • “Guru Granth Sahib” -the only scripture complied by the founders of a faith during their own lifetime, compiled y the Fifth Guru- Guru Arjan
  • Guru Arjan built the world famous Gurdwara (sikh’s temple) - Darbar Sahib
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Darbar Sahib - a reflection of clarity, simplicity and logic of the new movement, and the location in the center of the pool would symbolize the synthesis of nirgun and sargun: the spiritual and temporal realms of human existenceInstead of one door - four entrances symbolize the equality of the four castes “Kshatriyas, Brahmins, Sudras and Vaisyas”

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Sikhs
  • Sikhs are expected to join the Khalsa (Punjabi for “pure”), a religious and military order. Initiates are “baptized” by drinking sweetened water stirred with a sword, after which Sikh men take the surname Singh (“lion”) and women take the surname Kaur (“prince,” or here, “princess”).
  • Members of the Khalsa are instructed to observe the five k’s: They must wear four symbols of the Sikh faith—soldiers’ shorts (kaccha), an iron bangle (kara), a steel sword (kirpan), and a comb (khanga)—and they must not cut their hair (kes). (link)
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