The Karah Parshaad is a sacred food that represents equality and conveys the principle of sharing one’s materials (money, food, clothing etc.) w
Number five is significantly used in Sikhism. God created the body of five elements, there are five khands (level of creation) etc.
Later Gurus or Successors of Guru Nanak Dev Ji are not considered reincarnates of the first one. Reincarnation refers to the cycle of death and birth
One of the qualities of Waheguru is that he is “Bakhshind” or forgiving.
Waheguru does fulfil our wishes but he is obviously much wiser than us. Sometimes, like children, we want things that we think will be good for us, bu
When a Singh meets another Singh or a Singhni meets another Singhni, they might greet each other through ‘Naam Di Galvakari’, commonly known as a
It is a ‘totally false’ argument that Sikhism believes all paths lead to the same goal and thus all religions are equal. From its very inc
Some people think that religion is contrary to science because religion insists on faith, while science stresses reasoning and proof. But there is som
From times immemorial, man has felt the need of some power of deity to liberate him from his toils and to protect him from dangers. Further, he seeks
Throughout the ages man has believed in some sort of religion. It is thought that without religion he cannot comprehend the real purpose of his existe
Much depends on one’s idea of happiness. True happiness is a state of mind in which man finds tranquility and contentment. The external happiness co
In ancient times, it is true that the fear of the unknown, the anger of gods and goddesses and the concept of divine punishment compelled people to be
Sikhism is a monotheistic faith. It recognizes God as the only One. He who is not subject to time or space. He who is the Creator, Sustainer and Destr
The advent of Guru Nanak in 1469 came at a time of socio-political necessity. India had fallen on evil days. There was no security of life and propert
Each prophet gives some light and message to the world. Guru Nanak Sahib Ji, the Founder of the Sikh faith, and his nine successors made a distinct co