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Sikhism and soul
In Sikhism the word is used to refer to an action that one uses to remember and fix one's mind and soul on Waheguru.
In Sikhism, the soul is seen as genderless, and the outward appearance of human beings ( man, woman ) is a temporary state.

Sikhism and who
The Guru Granth Sahib also says that Bhagat Namdev and Bhagat Kabir, who were both believed to be Hindus, both attained salvation though they were born before Sikhism took root and were clearly not Sikhs. This highlights and reinforces the Guru's saying that " peoples of other faiths " can join with God as true and also at the same time signify that Sikhism is not the exclusive path for liberation.
The concept of hell and heaven in Sikhism is metaphorical and is said to be experienced by those who chose ( or not ) to live in the Five Thieves.
As was said by Yogi Bhajan, the man who is credited with having brought Sikhism to the West:
One of the biggest responsibilities in Sikhism is to worship God as " The Creator ", termed Waheguru who is shapeless, timeless, and sightless, i. e., Nirankar, Akal, and Alakh Niranjan.
It is named after the first guru of the Sikhs, Guru Nanak Dev, the central figure in Sikhism who was born here, so it is a city of high historic and religious value and is a popular pilgrimage site for Sikhs from all over the world.
One particular event which takes place on Ealing Road is the Divali parade, a festival for people who follow the Hinduism and Sikhism faiths.
Keppley further stated that " those who knew him personally uniformly report his general likability and ready humour as well his dedication to Sikhism ".
Besides these two communities there are people living in the region who belong to other religions such as Christianity, Hinduism, and Sikhism, who too live in harmony and form a vital part of the society.
Many gurdwaras also have other facilities for Sikhs to learn more about their religion, such as libraries, complexes for courses in Gurmukhi ( Sikh script ), Sikhism and Sikh scriptures, meeting rooms, and room-and-board accommodation for those who need it.
The event, when Guru Gobind Singh installed Adi Granth as the Guru of Sikhism, was recorded in a Bhatt Vahi ( a bard's scroll ) by an eyewitness, Narbud Singh, who was a bard at the Guru's court.
The organisational development of Sikhism had mostly taken place during the tolerant days of Akbar, who had never interfered with it ; he had, on the contrary, even helped the Gurus in various ways.
The Udasis, who consider themselves as denomination of Sikhism, lay emphasis on being ascetic, thus violating the " Non-family-oriented living " principle.
Singh's brand of Sikhism appealed to the hippies who formed the bulk of his converts.
Sandhus who have settled in modern era India follow Sikhism.
Reservation is available to Dalits who follow Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism, but Dalit Christians and Muslims are not protected as castes under Indian Reservation policy.
The case of Balbir Singh Sodhi, a Sikh who was murdered at a Phoenix gas station by a white supremacist for " looking like an Arab terrorist " ( because of the turban that is a requirement of Sikhism ), as well as that of Hindus being attacked for " being Muslims " have achieved prominence and criticism following the September 11 attacks.
Among the famous people who have visited his shrine over the centuries are the famous scholar-explorer Ibn Battuta, who visited in 1334, and the Founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev, who met the then head of the shrine, Sheikh Ibrāhīm, twice, and his meeting led to the incorporation of 112 couplets ( saloks ) and four hymns by Bābā Farid, in the Sikh Holy Book, the Guru Granth Sahib, by the fifth Guru, Arjan Dev in 1604.
Banda Singh Bahadur purified several Muslims ( who were earlier forcefully converted to Islam from Hinduism ) by letting them to embraced Sikhism by their free will.
Banda Singh Bahadur was a Hindu ascetic who converted to Sikhism after meeting Guru Gobind Singh at Nanded.

Sikhism and have
The Sikh gurus have described God in numerous ways in their hymns included in the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy scripture of Sikhism, but the oneness of the deity is consistently emphasized throughout.
Sikh history, with respect to Sikhism as a distinct political body, can be said to have begun with the death of the fifth Sikh Guru, Guru Arjan Dev in 1606.
Unlike many of the major world religions, Sikhism does not have missionaries, instead it believes men have the freedom to find their own path to salvation.
In common usage, the term stands for wanting to have sex and it is in this sense that it is considered an evil if uncontrolled in Sikhism.
The incorporation of much of his verse in Sikh scripture, and the fact that Kabir was a predecessor of Guru Nanak, have led some western scholars to mistakenly describe him as a forerunner of Sikhism.
Beyond heterodoxy, many elements of Islam have been incorporated into distinct belief systems several times, most specifically into Sikhism and the Baha ' i Faith, whose predecessor movement was Babism.
Sikhism does not have priests, which were abolished by Guru Gobind Singh, as the guru had seen that institution become corrupt in society during his time.
Sikhism believes that anyone can have a relationship with God regardless of their religion.
Sikhism is a distinct contemporary faith, whereby the Realization of God can be most easily had through the process of individual devotion, without recourse to avaracious priests, costly rites or rituals or strict sartorial or dietary practices ( though all of these have eventually come to threaten the modern practice of sikhism ).
Jainism, Hinduism and Sikhism also have growing numbers of adherents in Belgium, but are not recognized by the government.
Thus it can be said that though most of the buildings of Lahore carry Muslim heritage, there are a few structures, which have the influence of other religions such as Sikhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Zoroastrianism.
Sardar is also colloquially used to refer to adult male followers of Sikhism, as a disproportionate number of Sikhs have honorably served in many high-ranking positions within the Indian Army.
* Sardar is also colloquially used to refer to adult male followers of the religion of Sikhism, as a disproportionate number of Sikhs have honorably served in many high-ranking positions within the Indian Army.
Particularly since the twentieth century, immigration and demographic change have contributed to the growth of other faiths, including Islam, Hinduism, Neo-Paganism, Sikhism, Judaism and Buddhism.
For the Sikh Punjabis there is also another significance to Tilla Jogian as Guru Nanak Dev ji, the founder of Sikhism is said to have spent 40 days in quiet seclusion at Tilla Jogian.
The programme is broadcast by religious thinkers ; often, these are Christian thinkers, but there have been numerous occasions where representatives of other faiths, including Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism, have presented " Thought for the Day ".
In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, some Dogras embraced Sikhism and some embraced Islam ; these factors, together with the effects of immigration into the region, have resulted in the J & K “ Dogra ” population including members of all three religions.
Sikhism seeks peace ; when all other means have been exhausted then they find it justifiable to draw the sword against oppression and injustice.

Sikhism and form
Another view is that as the Gurmukhs, in accordance with the Sikh belief, used to meditate on the letters ਵ,,, ਰ which jointly form ਵ ਾ ਹ ਿ ਗ ੁ ਰ ੂ or God in Sikhism, these letters were called Gurmukhī, or " of the Gurmukhs ".
The Hinduism can be broadly classified further in Jainism, Sikhism, Buddhisam and several other small self constructed and modified form of following.
In Sikhism, Avtar is a deliberate descent of a Soul to earth in any form.
The concept of ' moksha ' in Sikhism appears in the form of ' mokh dwar ' in ' Japuji '.
It is an English form of the Arabic name ʿIzrāʾīl ( عزرائيل ) or Azra ' eil ( عزرایل ), the name traditionally attributed to the angel of death in some sects of Islam and Sikhism, as well as some Hebrew lore.
The tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh at an event which coincided with the Baisakhi day in year 1699 initiated that every Sikh must follow the Five Ks ; they are not merely symbols but commitment to the faith and philosophy of Guru Nanak, Sikhism, and collectively form the external visible symbols ; hence clearly and outwardly advertising and displaying one's commitment.

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