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Unformatted text preview: Gurdwara: A Sikh temple Develops out of the inner-connectedness of two religions:-Hinduism and Islam Developed in Northwestern India (Punjabi)-Developed in the 1400s Islam is strict monotheism Disciple translates into Sikh Goal of reincarnation is to break free of physical being Sikhs can eat meat like Muslims Guru Nanek was the first of ten original gurus Singh: Means lion Khalsa: Baptism Langar: Community kitchen Sheet1 Page 2 the hair on the head is usually worn in a topknot covered with a turban or cloth literal translation is Original Collection...
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