Sikhism erika Spivey

Sikhism was founded in 1469 by Guru Nanak in the Indian region of Punjab.
Guru Nanak

1. Kirt Karna Honest earning of bread with dignity and labor. To earn one's livelihood through creative, productive and honest labour. 2. Wand Chhakna To share the fruits of earnings with the needy. Sharing with and caring for the needy and sick. Help those people who cannot help themselves. 3. Nam Japna Meditation on the Divine Name with love and devotion. To be in tune with the Infinite through meditation on the Divine qualities so that the believer becomes filled with His Name.

10 GURUSThe word "Guru" is a Sanskrit word meaning teacher, honored person, religious person or saint. Sikhism though has a very specific definition of the word Guru. It means the descent of divine guidance to mankind provided through ten Enlightened Masters.

5 basic beleifs 1.There is only one god 2 all men and women are equal 3 a strong brotherhood 4 have a good love and understanding for god 5 there is no heaven or hell

The Guru Granth Sahib is a collection of teachings and writings by Guru Nanak and other Gurus as well as Sikh, Hindu and Muslim saints.

Sikh provided great leaderships.They hrlped with ideals of living at the time where belief in superstition was very high.They made men and women have dfiifent views on things like hope.They also made people(Hindus And Muslims) relize that god is god no matter what you call him or what religion you are.

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