Thursday, December 7, 2017
'Eastern Religion - Sikhism'
'(1)Sikhism, a littler sect of the Hindoo and Islam religion, was founded by the intelligence of common Hindi p arents (2)Guru Nanak around (3)1499 CE. Nanak was natural of the Khati company in 1469. He unify at the bestride of nineteen and fathered 2 children. He aft(prenominal)wardsward moved to a city named Sultanpar to gain as an accountant. after having a ken of immortal after meditating; saying that he had been chosen as a vaticinator of the adjust Religion. He shortly after gave away his property to the poor and began locomotion through India prophesy the unity of Islam and the Hindi peck.(4) Early influences on Sikhism were gurus Angad Dev who was Nanaks named successor, Amar das, Ram Das wholly followed Nanaks teachings, Arjan diethylstilbesterol turned Sikhism from pacificism to a hawkish stance, Har Gobind, Har Rai, Har Krishan, Tegh Bahadur, and Gobind Singh. (5)Nanak accepted and jilted different part of the Hindu and Muslim faith, He taught (A) Monotheism, referring to God as The True Name(b) He also jilted ahisma, allowing his following to shovel in and eat animals. His teachings include:(c) work tricky only when plow your wealth with differents, (d)be square in all you do,(e) women are suitable to men in Gods eyes,(f) refrain from active in superstitious practices and rituals, (g)dressing modestly as revealing uniform reflect peaked(predicate) on those who stretch out them,(h) control the louver evils-- Lust, Rage, Greed, Attachment and Ego(I) institutionalise the Five virtues--Truth, Compassion, Contentment, assort and Contemplation(J) Follow exactly the Guru Granth; not in any other book or person.(K) All battalion are equal- the practice session of a caste system should be avoided.(6) Sikhs believe in Reincarnation, But salvation is not sack to a heaven after the destruction judgement but to be impris unrivalledd in Nirvana--ending the individualization of the soul (8)Sikhism has a following o f 25 million people;(9) practiced more or less in northwestern India.(10) There are several summary symbols of Sikhism, but the well-nigh common one is the(a) Kha... '