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Sikh Beliefs about God. WALT (We are learning to): Consolidate our knowledge of Sikh Origins Understand Sikh belief of one God for humanity. Analyse and reflect on the meanings of Mool Mantar. Greeting Task: Get your homework postcards out.

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Sikh beliefs about god

Sikh Beliefs about God

WALT (We are learning to):

Consolidate our knowledge of Sikh Origins

Understand Sikh belief of one God for humanity.

Analyse and reflect on the meanings of MoolMantar

  • Greeting Task:

  • Get your homework postcards out.

  • Special stickers for students willing to share their postcard.


Sikh beliefs about god

Peace One Day

Sikhi Class


Sikh beliefs about god

Peace One Day

Sikhi Class

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Name:

Age:

Peace Activity/ies:

How it made me feel:


Sikh beliefs about god

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Your family

Your Family.....

HANDS UP: What do you call your mother, father, gran and grandad?


Different names leading to the same path of truth justice freedom peace and love

Different names leading to the same path of TRUTH, JUSTICE, FREEDOM, PEACE AND LOVE......

Lord Jesus

Nirankar

Allah

Rama

Rama

Vaheguroo

Bhagwan

Akal Purkh

Al-Majīd


The truth and power of sikhi

The truth and power of Sikhi........

Swami NityaNand, author of Guru Gyan

Swami NityaNand (expired at the age of 135 years) writes in his book Guru Gyan:

"I have sifted sand all my life. The truth dwells in the house of Guru Nanak. I have to take another birth in that house then only I will attain Mukti (salvation) "


Sikh beliefs about god

Mool Mantar


Sikh beliefs about god

River BeinSakhi

Listen carefully to the Sakhi....you will be given a task afterwards

TASK: Cut out all the elements of Sakhi and put into the right order on your desk.


Were you right

Were you right?


Sikh beliefs about god

Guru Nanak Dev Jee and the MoolMantar

1.Guru Nanak Dev Jee worked as a store keeper in SultanpurLodhi. His daily routine would be to wake up in the early hours of the morning and bathe in the River Bein. After their bath, they would spend many hours praying and meditating under a tree. Guru Jee would then go to work and even whilst working their focus would be on Vaheguru.

2.In the evenings Guru Jee would sit with the sangat and discuss the virtues of God.

3.One morning Guru Nanak Dev Jee went to bathe in the river as normal. BhaiMardana Jee always accompanied Guru Sahib and would wait for them to return after their bath. A few hours passed and this time Guru Jee did not return. BhaiMardanaJee called out for Guru Jee but their was no reply.

4.Bhai MardanaJee went back to the village and told the villagers about what had happened. The Newab of Sultanpur loved Guru Jee dearly and sent out a search party to look for Him. Guru Jee was nowhere to be found.

5.Everyone gave up hope and thought that Guru Nanak Dev Jee had drowned. BibiNanaki Jee (Guru Nanak Dev Jee’s elder sister) had complete faith in her brother and refused to believe that He had drowned. She recognised that He was the light that had come to guide people on to the true path and save the world.

6.After three days, Guru Nanak Dev Jee appeared from the river with a heavenly glow about them. Everyone was very happy to see Guru Jee.

7.Guru Nanak Dev Jee spent the three days with Vaheguru. During this time Guru Jee asked Vaheguru how to explain God and His qualities to the people of the world. Vaheguroo replied with the MoolMantar.


Sikh beliefs about god

TASK 1: Stick into your book landscapeTASK 2: Draw arrows or number so you remember how the sakhi flows


Sikh beliefs about god

Introduction

Guru Nanak Dev Jee spoke to the Sidhs. Jap JeeSahib is a conversation between Guru Jeeand the Sidhs asking questions.

  • Q & A

  • To dispel doubts

  • Some was spoken at leisure.


Mool mantar

MOOL MANTAR

IK OANKAAR SAT NAAM KARTAA PURAKH NIRBHAU NIRVAIR AKAAL MOORAT AJOONEE SAIBHAN(G) GURPRASAADH JAP

AAD SACH JUGAAD SACH HAI BHEE SACH NAANAK HOSEE BHEE SACH

SAIBHAN(G)

Vaheguruis self existent

GUR PRASAADH

Vahegurucan only be found with the help of Dhan Sri Guru GranthSahib Jee

JAP

What are you waiting for? Start reciting the MoolMantar as much as you can!! The name of this bani is Jap Jee Sahib

AAD SACH

Vaheguru was here before you were even born

JUGAAD SACH

Vaheguru has been with us throughout the ages (time)

HAI BHEE SACH

Vaheguruis with you now

NAANAK HOSEE BHEE SACH

Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee says, Vaheguruwill always be here, be real and remain true

IK OANKAAR

There is and will only ever be one Vaheguru

SAT NAAM

Vaheguru cannot be destroyed. The name of Vaheguru is well known

KARTAA PURAKH

Everything has been perfectly created by Vaheguru - the sea, earth, universe and even you

NIRBHAU

Vaheguru is not scared of anything or anybody

NIRVAIR

Vaheguru is full of love and loves everything

AKAAL MOORAT

The form of Vaheguru is always here and close by

AJOONEE

Vaheguru is never born and can not die

* Sikhs call God - VAHEGURU. Vaheguru means Wonderful Lord. Vaheguroo gives light and knowledge to all *


Sikh beliefs about god

IK OANKAAR

One God

Creation of Everthing


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SAT NAAM

True, permanent and forever is God’s name

The Sidhs asked why?

Bole So Nihal

It’s pointless meditating on one that is going to die him/herself, how can that person save us


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KARTAA PURAKH


Sikh beliefs about god

NIRBHAU


Sikh beliefs about god

NIRVAIR

TEXT GOES HERE

Vaheguru doesn’t hate anyone

Vaheguru is full of Love


Sikh beliefs about god

AKAAL MOORAT


Sikh beliefs about god

AJOONEE

Vaheguruis never born and can not die


Sikh beliefs about god

SAIBHAN(G)

Vaheguru doesn’t need anything or anyone and is self existent


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GURPRASAADH

JAP

AAD SACH

TEXT GOES HERE


Sikh beliefs about god

JUGAAD SACH HAI BHEE SACH NAANAK HOSEE BHEE SACH

TEXT GOES HERE


Sikh beliefs about god

Video Summary of the MoolMantar


Sikh beliefs about god

TASK 1: Prepare 7 blank pages of your book.

TASK 2: You will have 5 minutes per page to write the pangti/translation and draw images to represent the meanings of each pangti


Sikh beliefs about god

IK OANKAAR

There is and will only ever be one Vaheguru

SAT NAAM

Vaheguru cannot be destroyed, his name is forever true


Sikh beliefs about god

KARTAA PURAKH

Everything has been perfectly created by Vaheguru

- the whole universe and even you


Sikh beliefs about god

NIRBHAU

Vaheguru is not scared of anything or anybody

NIRVAIR

Vaheguru is full of love and loves everything, God doesn’t hate.


Sikh beliefs about god

AKAAL MOORAT

The form of Vaheguru is always here and close by

AJOONEE

Vaheguru is never born and can not die

SAIBHAN(G)

Vaheguru exists without the need for anyone or anything


Sikh beliefs about god

GUR PRASAADH

Vaheguru can be found with the help of Dhan Sri Guru GranthSaahibJi

JAP

This is the name of this prayer – meditate on it


Sikh beliefs about god

AAD SACH

Vaheguru was here before time started!

JUGAAD SACH

Vaheguru has been with us throughout the ages (time)


Sikh beliefs about god

HAI BHEE SACH

Vaheguru is with us now

NAANAK HOSEE BHEE SACH

Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji says, Vaheguru will always be here, be real and remain true


Sikh beliefs about god

ELC (Every Lesson Counts)

TASK: Read through the MoolMantar translations one more time, ready for some Q and A


Sikh beliefs about god

IK OANKAAR

There is and will only ever be one Vaheguru

SAT NAAM

Vaheguru cannot be destroyed, his name is forever true


Sikh beliefs about god

KARTAA PURAKH

Everything has been perfectly created by Vaheguru

- the whole universe and even you


Sikh beliefs about god

NIRBHAU

Vaheguru is not scared of anything or anybody

NIRVAIR

Vaheguru is full of love and loves everything, God doesn’t hate.


Sikh beliefs about god

AKAAL MOORAT

The form of Vaheguru is always here and close by

AJOONEE

Vaheguru is never born and can not die

SAIBHAN(G)

Vaheguru exists without the need for anyone or anything


Sikh beliefs about god

GUR PRASAADH

Vaheguru can be found with the help of Dhan Sri Guru GranthSaahibJi

JAP

This is the name of this prayer – meditate on it


Sikh beliefs about god

AAD SACH

Vaheguru was here before time started!

JUGAAD SACH

Vaheguru has been with us throughout the ages (time)


Sikh beliefs about god

HAI BHEE SACH

Vaheguru is with us now

NAANAK HOSEE BHEE SACH

Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji says, Vaheguru will always be here, be real and remain true


Sikh beliefs about god

Hands Up: We’ve learnt the meanings of the MoolMantar but why is it important to pronounce bani correctly?

The tenth King Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib Jee was at Sri Anandpur Sahib delivering His Sikhs to Sachkhand. A Gursikh who would complete his daily prayer of the PanjGranthi (a collection of prayers from Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee) with love and respect made a mistake. The Gursikh was made to realise that Gurbani is an ang (limb) of Guru Jee, and making a mistake while reciting Gurbani is like hurting Guru Ji. Following this PyareBhaiDaya Singh, along with other respected Gursikhs requested the following to Guru Jee. "Oh keeper of the poor! Bless us with the understanding of Gurbani. Without an understanding we don't whether what we do is correct or incorrect."


Homework

Homework

Homework: Using your CDs listen to MoolMantar and practise the correct pronunciations

Be ready to share next lesson

Remember we are ALL learning so don’t be afraid...if you make a mistake do an ardaas to maharaj and ask him to help.

Keep the message of why correct pronunciation is important in your heart and complete this homework with full love and then see what happens..........


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