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Sikhism RLST 005 Introduction to Asian Religions 29 October 2010
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Guru Gobind Singh 1666-1708 the Tenth Sikh Guru Resisted continued oppression by Mughals In 1699 established the Khalsa o Panj Piare & Khalsa Rahit the 5 Ks Kes, Kangha, Kara, Kachha, Kirpan Singhs & Kaurs Compiled secondary scripture known as Dasam Granth Passed Guruship onto both the Adi Granth & the Panth
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Four Notions of the Guru G OD as Guru T EACHER as Guru S CRIPTURE as Guru C OMMUNITY as Guru
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SCRIPTURE as Guru Adi Granth Guru Granth Sahib compiled 1603-4 CE Gurbani : the hymns of the Gurus hymns of the Bhagats (Kabir, Ravidas, Sheikh Farid, etc.) Darshan through the Granth God’s guidance now available through the book itself, collected wisdom of the human gurus
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Hindu scriptures, the Adi Granth could be open to reading by anyone of any caste, creed or sex. Consulting the Guru through the Granth
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