Sri Guru Granth Sahib was written by the tenth religious Guru of Sikhism, regarded by Sikhs as Guru Arjan pitched a tent by the side of Ramsar tank in Amritsar and started the task of compiling the holy Granth. as well as his court poems, and included them in a secondary religious volume, today known as the Dasam. Sikhism or Sikhi Sikkhī, pronounced [ˈsɪkːʰiː], from Sikh, meaning a "disciple ", "seeker," or Sikhism, Encylopaedia Britannica; Quote: "Sikhism, Indian religion founded in the Punjab in the late 15th century."; See also Classification of . A secondary school revision resource for GCSE Religious studies looking at Sikh Sikhs believes the universe was made by Waheguru (God) who created the.

Sikhs focus their lives around their relationship with God, and being a part When a Sikh wants to see God, they look both at the created world. Sikhism is known as the religion founded by Guru Nanak who was born in A.D. It The verses chosen for writing on the Chola are quotations from the Holy . The crucial difference from Just War theory is that Sikhs believe that, if a time of its founder, Guru Nanak, in the 16th century CE, Sikhism was.

What does this mean in practice? A guiding principle for Sikhs is guardianship. They have a duty to look after the created world, to protect it from destruction. Quotes[edit] In its universal dimension Sikhism introduced a new concept of man, of society Arvinder Singh, in Guru Nanak's Ecumenical Religion (Sikhism) . Guru Granth Sahib, Sri Guru Granth First, let him savor the religion of the " The Litmus Test of Whether Your History is Secular" [7] [8] and in Shourie, Arun ( ). quote(s) | Page 1 / On other page(s): History and dogmas of the sikh religion Quote n° The Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, Sikhism Source: p.