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A History of the Sikh Culture

Summary: The origins of the Sikh religion and culture dates back to the 15th century and the teachings of Guru Nanak as a response to the Hindu and Islamic religions. Punjabi is similar to the languages of Hindi and Urdu and is the chief language of the Sikhs today.
Sikhism is a culture that was created many years ago. It thrives in India, although it is not the main culture of India it still has become very widespread. The founder of the Sikh religion was Guru Nanak who was born in 1469. He teached a message of love and understanding and did not like the rituals of the Hindus and Muslims. Guru Nanak passed on his leadership of this new religion to nine other Gurus which were his successors. The last living Guru, Guru Gobind Singh died in 1708. Although Guru Gobind Singh died the culture lived on and now there are Sikh temples around the world which help keep this culture alive. There are many aspects of this culture. Guru Gobind Singh is the one who created Khalsa meaning (The Pure). This was like the code. It came along with the Five K's Kanga (like a comb) Kes...

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