Hindu gods in guru granth sahib

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Rama & Sita (Diwali) - the Sikh perspective by Jagraj Singh

To those, who quote 'Ik Onkar' from Guru Granth Sahib to prove that Sikhism is fundamentally different from Hinduism, could you please answer.

10 Ways That Sikhism Differs From Hinduism

A person who follows the path shown by Guru Ji. Qualities exhibited by the Gurmukh include selflessness, desire for spiritual learning and longing to meet God. Conversley, one who is egotistic, ego-centered, and impulsive is known as manmukh, self-centered. A spiritual leader sent by God. Gu means Darkness and Ru means Light. Guru is a highly spiritual teacher who has been sent to Earth by God and is in direct communion with God.

Sikhs are not Hindus. Sikhism rejects many aspects of Hinduism. Sikhism is a distinct religion with a unique scripture, principles, code of conduct, guidelines, initiation ceremony , and appearance developed over three centuries by ten gurus , or spiritual masters. Many Sikh immigrants are from North India, where the national language is Hindi, the native name for the country is Hindustan, and the national religion is Hinduism. Attempts by radical Hindu groups to consign Sikhs to their caste system have made devout Sikhs a potential political target in India, sometimes resulting in violence. Although Sikhs with turbans and beards have a distinct appearance, people in Western countries who come in contact with Sikhs may assume that they are Hindus. Compare these 10 fundamental differences between Sikhism and Hinduism beliefs, faith, practices, social status, and worship.

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By Himanshu Bhatt. Guru Nanak founded Sikhism. He was followed by a succession of nine more Gurus, the pontifical tradition ending with Guru Gobind Singh. So "the kinship of the religions of India stems from the fact that Jains, Buddhists and Sikhs look back to Hinduism as their common mother. Guru Nanak has been described as a "Hindu Sufi" by scholar N. Scholars R.

According to Gurbani Shiva, Vishnu, or Brahma were kings of their respective times. However they are not given any importance or significance at all. Gurmat does not accept them as God nor as incarnations of God. Like any other human beings, they had virtues and they had weaknesses. Gurbani says:. Even they have not found God's limits; what can I speak of and contemplate? It is clear that these kings were normal people but people sung of them and made them out to be Avtars incarnations of God and hence they are refered to as "Devtas" or "gods".

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  1. Thalia O. says:

    A Comparison of Beliefs, Faith, and Practices

  2. Malagigi A. says:

    What is Gurbani's view of Hindu Devi & Devtas (deities)?

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  4. Littlebrows1 says:

    Sikhi teaches of the One Universal Creative Force, of how it exists in all, and how we can directly experience it for yourselves.

  5. Jenofonte L. says:

    Hinduism and Sikhism are both Dharmic religions that originated in the Indian Subcontinent.

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