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All about S ikhs. By Jamie Crooke 2013. 5ks. The 5ks are things that thay have to wear at All times. The kesh means uncut hair. Kara means a steal bracelet. Kanga means a wooden comb. Kaccha means cotton underwear. Kirpan means a steal sword. There is only one God.

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all about s ikhs

All about Sikhs

By Jamie Crooke

2013

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5ks
  • The 5ks are things that thayhave to wear at
  • All times.
  • The kesh means uncut hair.
  • Kara means a steal bracelet.
  • Kanga means a wooden comb.
  • Kaccha means cotton underwear.
  • Kirpan means a steal sword.
there is only one god
There is only one God
  • Sikhs sing a song that there is one God.
  • Sikhs love the song.
  • ng a song about there is one god.

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the khalsa bratherhood
The Khalsa Bratherhood
  • The year was 1699 when the tenth guru Gobindsingh was talking to a group of sikhs .
  • he said “Who will die fore their faith” he said
  • It 3 times 5 men went in the tent and he had
  • A sword that had blood on it
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The langar

  • Free communal kitchen of the gurdwara (Sikh temple). The langar symbolizes Sikh belief in community values, the duty to serve others, and the equality of all people, regardless of birth, caste, gender, or religion. When Sikhs arrive at the gurdwara for worship, they bring a donation of money or food for the langar. After the service, it is considered an honour to prepare and serve a free vegetarian meal for anyone who would like to take part, including