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SIKHISM :Date of emergence (end of fifteenth - beg. of sixteenth century)Commonalities and differences between Sikhism, Hinduism, and IslamHinduismIslamMANY godsONE GodReligious imagesNoneVegetarianismAllows killing of cowsMystical pathSufism (mystical Islam) and Hinduism recognize the important role of a spiritual masterguru for Hindussheikh for Sufis.CommonalitiesMeaning of Sikh(disciples, student, seeker of truth)When was the Punjab divided?1947.Fight for Sikh regional autonomy or independent KhalistanForm diaspora in Europe and especially in the USDo not seek convertsWhat was the consequence of the Partition on the Sikh community?Kabir(1440-1518)mystical poet who combined bakhti Hinduism and Sufism.Nam= the True Name (Nanak's God)Guru Nanak(1469-1539) -- founder of SikhismTen Guruslast in 1708.Langar (communal feast established by the first Guru --after Nanak -- called Angad in the sixteenthcentury)The Guru Granth Sahib (“Book of the Lord”) was compiled by Guru Arjan –5th guru -- in the sixteenthcenturyGurdwaras (Sikh places of worship)Golden Temple at Amritsar (The Pool of Immortality)was built by Guru Arjan in the sixteenth centuryKhalsa (military fraternity) was founded by Gobind Singh in the seventeenth centurySinghs (lions)

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Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Sikhism, Sikh, Guru Granth Sahib, Guru Nanak

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