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  1. Understanding Sikhism (Understanding Faith) by W. Owen Cole, 2004-12
  2. Sikhism: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Eleanor Nesbitt, 2005-12-08
  3. Sikhism (World Religions Series) by Joy Barrow, 2005-03-05
  4. Sikhism (World Religions) by Nikky-Guninder Kaur Singh, 2009-05-30
  5. Religions of the World - Sikhism by Nancy Hoffman, 2005-09-26
  6. Sikhism (Religions of the World) by Sue Penney, 2003-02-26
  7. Sikhism (World Religions) by Kanwaljit Kaur-Singh, 1995-09-30
  8. The Most Modern Universal Religion-Sikhism by Raja Sharma, 2010-06-16
  9. Sikhism by Beryl Dhanjal, 2002-03-09
  10. Japji: Meditation in Sikhism by Rama, 1987-01-25
  11. Living Sikhism (Living Religions) by Jon Mayled, 2003-09-22
  12. The Spiritual Power: A Gift of Christianity and Sikhism by Harsimran Singh, 2001-01-20
  13. The Guru Granth Sahib and Sikhism (Sacred Texts) by Anita Ganeri, 2003-08
  14. The Wisdom of Sikhism (Oneworld of Wisdom) by Charanjit AjitSingh, 2002-02-25

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sikhism as preached, practised and lived by Sikh gurus themselves. Contains quotations, divine wisdom, selective life samples from lives of Sikh gurus, and video and audio.
Sikhism God is love and love is God. As God cannot be confined, restricted or limited to any particular
creed, cult, race, similarly Religion of love cannot
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and boundaries. Sri Guru Nanak Sahib's Religion
of Love is cosmic and universal in its appeal,
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It is a Religion of perfect and universal Love
totally free from man-made barriers of colour, caste, creed and status. It is a Religion which radiates with a deep thirst for the Divine and
with the highest gospel of purity of heart,
mind, body, speech and deeds.
It is a Religion which establishes brotherhood of the whole global community irrespective of colour, caste, creed, race and nationality purely on the basis and foundation of love and equality, all being the children of the same lovable God.

2. Sikhnet
Cybercommunity for Sikhs around the world. Explores the history and evolution of sikhism and its culture. Offers gurbani audio clips, live events, news, discussions, matrimonials, chat, job advertisements, online shopping, and information on a host of subjects relevant to Sikhs. Includes a beautiful feature, with photographs, on the Golden Temple.
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3. Welcome To Sikhism
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sikhism A progressive religion well ahead of its time when it was founded over 500years ago, The Sikh religion today has a following of over 20 million people
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A progressive religion well ahead of its time when it was founded over 500 years ago, The Sikh religion today has a following of over 20 million people worldwide and is ranked as the worlds 5th largest religion. Sikhism preaches a message of devotion and remembrance of God at all times, truthful living, equality of mankind and denounces superstitions and blind rituals. Sikhism is open to all through the teachings of its 10 Gurus enshrined in the Sikh Holy Book and Living Guru, Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
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7. Sikh Texts
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... Buy books about Sikhism Sikhism The Sikh Religion by Max Arthur MacAuliffe [1909], Volume 1. This book has detailed information on the historical and philosophical background of Sikhism. Shri Guru Granth Sahib The Granth is the central text of Sikhism, a religion that emerged in the Punjab region of India in the 15th Century. Sikhism is a unique faith which has aspects of Islam: monotheism and iconoclasm, and Hinduism: reincarnation, karma and nirvana. However Sikhism is distinct from Hinduism and Islam. The Sikh Gurus (teachers), contemporaries of Luther and Calvin, were reformers who rejected the caste system and much of the apparatus of Hindu ritual and legalism. They promoted religious tolerance and the equality of women. The founding Guru, Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, (1469-1538), is noted for the saying "There is no Hindu, there is no Muslim." The Granth, compiled by Guru Gobind Singh, contains compositions of six Gurus, namely Guru Nanak, Guru Angad, Guru Amar Das, Guru Ram Das, Guru Arjan, and Guru Teg Bahadur. The hymns are arranged by the thirty one ragas (musical forms) in which they were composed. The hymns that comprise the Granth were originally written in several different languages: Persian, mediaeval Prakrit, Hindi, Marathi, old Panjabi, Multani, and several local dialects. In addition, there are Sanskrit and Arabic portions. This makes it extrordinarily difficult to translate. The translation presented here is the Khalsa Consensus Translation, which is highly regarded by scholars.

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The religion of a warlike sect of India, having its origin in the Punjab and its centre in the holy City of Amritsar, where their sacred books are preserved and worshipped.
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The religion of a warlike sect of India, having its origin in the Punjab and its centre in the holy City of Amritsar, where their sacred books are preserved and worshipped. The name Sikh signifies "disciple", and in later times the strict observants or elect were called the Khalsa. The founder of the sect, Nanak (now called Sri Guru Nanak Deva), a Hundu belonging to the Kshastrya caste, was born near Lahore in 1469 and died in 1539. Being from childhood of a religious turn of mind, he began to wander through various parts of India, and perhaps beyond it, and gradually matured a religious system which, revolting from the prevailing polytheism, ceremonialism, and caste-exclusiveness, took for its chief doctrines the oneness of God , salvation by faith and good works, and the equality and brotherhood of man. The new religion spread rapidly and, under the leadership of nine successive gurus or teachers, soon became an active rival not only to the older Hinduism, but also the newer Mohammedanism of the reigning dynasties. The "disciples" were therefore somewhat ill-treated by the governing powers. This persecution only gave fresh determination to the sect, which gradually assumed a military character and took the name of Sings or "champion warriors"; under Govind Sing, their tenth and last

10. Diwali
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WAHEGURU JE KA KHALSA WAHEGURU JE KE FATEH JI!! Why is Diwali Important To Sikhs? The Third Sikh Teacher, Guru Amar Das institutionalized this as one of the special days when all Sikhs would gather to receive the Gurus blessings at Goindwal. In 1577 the foundation stone of The Golden Temple was laid on Diwali. The Diwali festival took place during the life of the sixth Sikh Guru Hargobind Sahib. The Muslim Emperor Jahengir, imprisoned the Guru and 52 Kings.The Emperor ruled India at this time. The Asian Indians begged the Emperor to release the Guru and the Emperor agreed but the Gurus said also release the kings. Guru ji had a gown made with 52 string pieces for the Hindus to hold. The Guru and the Hindu kings were also freed at Diwali, Sikhs were very happy when their leader was released. Guru Hargobind Sahib went to the Golden Temple Amritsar in the Punjab. Sikh Diwali is recalled throughout India and in many countries; each year to remember Guru ji's release. At Diwali we worship the religious freedom for Sikhs and this is why Diwali is called the Light Festival. As Guru's Mother was full of happiness that her son was released she ordered food and sweets and gave them to everyone. The worshippers float multi-coloured light candles on the water at the Golden Temple. The gurdwara, hold a grand fireworks display.

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Sikh Origins: No consensus exists on the origins of this religion. Historians and specialists in Eastern religions generally believe that Sikhism is a syncretistic religion, originally related to the Bhakti movement within Hinduism and the Sufi branch of Islam , to which many independent beliefs and practices were added. Some Sikhs believe that their religion is a re-purification of Hinduism; they view Sikhism as part of the Hindu religious tradition. Many Sikhs disagree; they believe that their religion is a direct revelation from God - a religion that was not derived from either Hinduism or Islam. Sikhism does contain many unique postulates and principles that are quite different from both Hinduism and Islam. Joseph D. Cunningham (1812-1851), the author of "A History of the Sikhs" (1848), observed: "It has been usual to regard the Sikhs as essentially Hindu... yet in religious faith and worldly aspiration, they are wholly different from other Indians, and they are bound together by an objective unknown elsewhere."
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The name of the religion means learner . It is often mispronounced 'seek' It should be pronounced 'se-ikh', with the final 'kh' sound like the 'kh' in Mi

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Guru Amar Das Ji ... Importance of Kirtan What our Great Gurus Preached, Practiced and Lived is our Sikh Religion. The purpose of the incarnation of the Gurus, their Life Samples and cause for which they Died is our Glorious Religion - Sikhism. The Divinity which flowed like Nectar from their Holy Lips is our Most Luminous and Eternal Sikh Scripture called Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Sikhism is nothing else but the Glowing Purest of the Pure Lives lived by our Great Gurus in this Darkest of the Dark Age of Kalyug. When the God almighty desires to establish a new Dharma in the deteriorating scenario in Humanity, descent of the Almighty and All-Compassionate Lord becomes inevitable. His Most Beloved Ones thus incarnated in Human garb then establish the Kingdom of God in the midst of the perishable and sinking Humanity. Those Incarnations set the highest examples of Truth, Purity and Sacrifice, thereby opening new frontiers of reaching the Almighty and chart out hitherto unexplored Tracks and Paths reaching out to the Ultimate Reality. What was thus established by our Great Gurus is our Sikh Religion and what was so Gloriously followed in their Sacred Footsteps is our Sikh way of Life - Sikhism.

14. The Sikhism WebRing
Webring connecting various sites related to sikhism.
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15. Sikh American Heritage Organization
SAHO promotes and fosters fellowship with the American mainstream and minority communities while maintaining Sikh values, heritage, and identity. Includes events calendar, youth programs, introduction to sikhism, and contacts.
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The Sikh American Heritage Organization (SAHO) promotes and fosters fellowship with the American mainstream and minority communities while maintaining Sikh values, heritage, and identity. SAHO participates in Asian American events, Inter-faith programs, community affairs, social services, and other American civic activities.
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16. Introduction To Sikhism - The Sikh Way Of Life.
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the youngest of the world religions, is barely five hundred years old. Its founder, Guru Nanak, was born in 1469. Guru Nanak spread a simple message of "Ek Ong Kar": we are all one, created by the One Creator of all Creation. This was at a time when India was being torn apart by castes, sectarianism, religious factions, and fanaticism. He aligned with no religion, and respected all religions. He expressed the reality that there is one God and many paths, and the Name of God is Truth, "Sat Nam". World Religions Christianity 2 b Islam 1.3 b Hinduism 900 m Buddhism 360 m Chinese Trad. 225 m Primal-indig. 190 m Sikhism 23 m Yoruba 20 m Juche 19 m Spiritism 14 m Judaism 14 m Bahi 6 m source: Guru Nanak's followers were Sikhs (seekers of truth). He taught them to bow only before God, and to link themselves to the Guru, the Light of Truth, who lives always in direct consciousness of God, experiencing no separation. Through words and example, the Guru demonstrates to followers how to experience God within themselves, bringing them from darkness into light. Guru Nanak was a humble bearer of this Light of Truth. He opposed superstition, injustice, and hypocrisy and inspired seekers by singing divine songs which touched the hearts of the most callous listeners. These songs were recorded, and formed the beginnings of the Sikhs' sacred writings, later to become the "Siri Guru Granth Sahib".
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17. BBC - Religion & Ethics - Sikhism
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... Help Like this page? Send it to a friend! The essentials Sikhism was founded in the Punjab by Guru Nanak and is a monotheistic religion. Sikhs think religion should be practiced by living in the world and coping with life's everyday problems. The basics Introduction Customs Worship Features History Beliefs Holy days Features Nanakshahi Calendar
Sikhs across the world now have their own calendar. It's called the Nanakshahi Calendar, and takes its name from Guru Nanak (left), who founded Sikhism. Sikh Weddings The Sikh marriage is called Anand Karaj. This form of marriage was introduced from the time of the Sikh Gurus. A-Z of world religions Choose Atheism Baha'i Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam Jainism Judaism Mormon Paganism Shinto Sikhism Unitarianism Have your say Newsletter Living Related Links BBCi Latest Sikh news A 21st Century Sikh woman's story Sikhism in London Non-BBC

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You are in: Front Page Sitemap Religions of the World Sikhism Sikhism Introduction Sikhism is the youngest of the world's four great monotheistic religions. It was founded in the 15th Century by Guru Nanak. The view that Sikhism is a variety of Hinduism is completely wrong, and gives great offence to Sikhs. There are 18-20 million Sikhs in the world, and 80% of them live in the Punjab state in Northwest India, where the faith began. There are 500,000 Sikhs in Britain, 80% of whom are active in their faith. 39% of UK Sikhs attend a religious service at a Gurdwara (meaning house, or residence of God) once a week. Other countries with large Sikh communities are Canada (225,000) and the USA (100,000).

20. Sikhism - Ikonkar
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