Sikhism preaches a message of commitment and remembrance of God at all times, genuine living, equality of humanity, social justice and knocks superstitious notions and blind routines.
Sikhism is open to all through the mentors of its 10 Gurus preserved in the Sikh Holy Book and Living Guru, Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Reality Behind The Viral Pic To Dominate Sikhism
” I observe neither Hindu fasting nor the routine of the Muslim Ramadan month; Him I serve who at the last will conserve. The Lord of universe of the Hindus, Gosain and Allah to me are one; From Hindus and Muslims have I broken totally free.
I carry out neither Kaaba expedition nor at bathing areas praise; One sole Lord I serve, and no other. I carry out neither the Hindu praise nor the Muslim prayer; To the Sole Formless Lord in my heart I bow.
We neither are Hindus nor Muslims; Our body and life come from the One Supreme Being who alone is both Ram and Allah for us.” (Guru Arjan Dev, Guru Granth Sahib, Raga Bhairon pg. 1136).
” Any person who consistently thinks in: (i) One Immortal Being, (ii) Ten Gurus, from Guru Nanak to Guru Gobind Singh, (iii) The Guru Granth Sahib, (iv) The utterances and mentors of the 10 Gurus and, (v) the baptism bestowed by the tenth Guru, and who does not owe loyalty to other religious beliefs is a Sikh.”.
Throughout his life time Guru Gobind Singh developed the Khalsa order (significance ‘The Pure’), soldier-saints. The Khalsa maintain the greatest Sikh virtues of dedication, devotion and a social mindful.
The Khalsa are males and females who have actually gone through the Sikh baptism event and who strictly follow the Sikh Code of Conduct and Conventions and use the recommended physical short articles of the faith.
Among the more visible being the uncut hair (needed to be covered with a turban for guys) and the Kirpan (ritualistic sword). Reality Behind The Viral Pic To Dominate Sikhism via azaadsikhmedia.com