Ppt on guru granth sahib

3. Sri Guru Arjan Dev Jee’s elder brother Prithi Chand was becoming more and more jealous as Guru Jee’s popularity was growing. He always felt he should.

to compose his own hymns and was passing them as the compositions of the Sikh Guru Sahibs. Sri Guru Arjan Dev Jee decided to create an authentic Scripture called ‘Sri Adi Granth Sahib’ to ensure Sikhs weren’t misled. Sri Guru Arjan Dev Jee’s Shaheedi Storyboard – Part 1 4. Sri Guru Arjan Dev Jee had no children as yet, so Prithi Chand who had become old/


History/origins of the religion Sikhism was founded in India in an area called the Punjab by the first guru:

: ‘Kaur’ = ‘princess’ Protector of truth 5 K’S Kesh Kachera Kangha Kara Kirpan Religious practices Gurdwara: ‘the doorway to the Guru’ Golden Temple at Amritsar The Nishan Sahib Guru Granth Sahib used in every service Langar Taking Amrit to become a member of the Khalsa GURU GRANTH SAHIB Bow in front of it Face towards it Punjabi Read all the way through at special ceremonies Used in every/


Family life is very important to those who follow the Sikh religion. The Sikh holy book, The Guru Granth Sahib, teaches about family life. It is kept at.

Family life is very important to those who follow the Sikh religion. The Sikh holy book, The Guru Granth Sahib, teaches about family life. It is kept at the Gurdwara. Sample Slide Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show When /it is placed on the baby’s lips. Then a Rumala, a beautiful cloth, is placed over the Guru Granth Sahib. A Rumala and a Chauri. A Chauri is waved over the Guru Granth Sahib as it is read. Sample Slide Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show www.ks1resources.co.uk www.graphicsfactory.com/


Sikhism.

sons. There names are: Sahibzada Ajit Singh Sahibzada Jujhar Singh Sahibzada Zorawar Singh Sahibzada Fateh Singh 5 K’s The five k’s are : Kanga Kesh Kara Kirpan Kashera GURU GRANTH SAHIB After the 10th Guru the next and present Guru is the Guru Granth Sahib! QUIZ TIME!? Who was the founder of sikhism? How many Gurus were there in total? How many blessed ones were there? Did/


Paatshaahee dasvee kabiyobaach bentee. chaupe-ee. pwÚ 10 kibXobwc bynqI ] cOpeI ] A hymn by the tenth Guru. To be read like a poem.

are reduced to ashes. siree asdhuj jab bhae dayiaalaa. pooran karaa granth tatkaalaa. sRI AisDuj jb Bey dieAwlw ] pUrn krw grMQ qqkwlw ] When the Great, All-Powerful Sword became Merciful, The Granth Sahib was made perfectly complete. man baa(n)chhat phal paavai soee. / sabh tohé bakhaanyo. sRI Aispwn ik®pw qumrI kir mY khXo sB qoih bKwnXo ] It was through Vaheguru’s Grace (that Guru Gobind Singh Jee says) I was able to do Naam Simran and realise Vaheguru. Dohiraa. dohrw ] Dohraa sagal duaar kau chhaad /


Guru Arjan The Golden Temple of Amritsar. Guru Arjan, what did he do? The special person we will look at today is Guru Arjan He was a Sikh leader and.

Teacher. There were only Ten Gurus, after the last one, they decided the only teacher they need was God. So they use the Guru Granth Sahib (The Sikh Holy Book) as their teacher. Guru Arjan, what did he do? Guru Arjan was the youngest son of Guru Ram Das. Guru Arjan built the Golden Temple at Amritsar in the middle of the lake built by the fourth/


Sikhism. Origins and Beliefs Sikhism was founded in the 16th century in the Punjab district of what is now India and Pakistan. It was founded by Guru.

merely carrying out rituals Sikh Holy Book The Sikh scripture is a book called the Guru Granth Sahib. It was created by the 10 th and final guru, Guru Gobin Singh. He said that there would be no more living gurus but the book would act/ the Gurdwara and is any place where the guru Granth Sahib is kept. Gurdwara translates as gateway to the guru. Sikh services are generally held on a Sunday in this country. They are based on the writings in the Guru Granth Sahib, together with chants and prayers from the Gurus/


Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Maharaj This Guru Sahib declared "There is no Hindu, nor any Mussalman." This Guru broke religious boundaries and promoted the love.

friends and foe. His acts of compassion stirred up stern criticism amongst his fellow Sikhs, who complained to Guru Gobind Singh Ji, pointing out that Bhai Sahib was even serving the fallen Hindu and Mughal attackers. They were especially annoyed because the city had been surrounded/ has the distinction of being the only one of the Gurus wives to he mentioned by name in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Maharaj. There she is described as a "good person", "an affectionate mother" and as "one who provides shelter and protection /


Sikhism. Sikhism Basics Founder: Guru Nanak Year: around 1500 CE Origin Region: India (present day Pakistan) God(s): one formless god Sacred Writing(s):

’s birthday; full moon of November; colourful processions leading up to the day; non-stop reading of the Guru Granth Sahib; & buildings/homes are decorated with lights Sikh Celebrations Baisakhi – celebrates the beginning of Khalsa; Sikh New Year (around April 13 th ); continuous reading of the Guru Granth Sahib for 48 hours; harvest festival in Punjab; and sports, martial arts, poetry/essay writing on the festival/


Guru Nanak In the time of its founder Guru Nanak in the sixteenth century, Sikhism was clearly a religion of peace. Guru Nanak Wrote: “ No one is my enemy,

tolerant as Akbar. Guru Arjun Jahangir ordered Guru Arjan (the 5 th Sikh Guru) to remove some hymns from the Adi Granth (now the Guru Granth Sahib). Arjan refused and he was tortured and killed. Guru Hargobind (6 th Guru) Guru Hargobind succeeded his father/langar part of gurdwaras Ram Das1534–1581Founded Amritsar in 1577 Arjan1563–1606Built Golden Temple, compiled Guru Granth Sahib, first Sikh martyr Hargobind1595–1644Encouraged martyrdom Har Rai1630–1661Led a peaceful life Harkrishan1656–1664Led a peaceful life /


The Origins of Sikhi WALT (We are learning to): Understand why Guru Nanak Dev Jee Maharaj came to this world Evaluate the suffering/plight of the time.

noticed that the Sikhs never worship images in their shrines, but that there is in the centre the book (living Guru), the Guru Granth Sahib. In our tradition, one of the last things that the Buddha said was that in the dark age after his /was the power offering, offered before and to itself. In conclusion..... Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee Maharaj is still enlightening and liberating the world through the light and form of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee Maharaj ELC- Every Lesson Counts TASK: Write down 5 things you /


The Darbar Sahib is considered holy and beautiful by Sikhs because the eternal Guru of Sikhism, the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, is present inside.

considered holy and beautiful by Sikhs because the eternal Guru of Sikhism, the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, is present inside in it. It is moved to the Sri Akal Takhat Sahib at around 10 PM and then moved back from there to Sri Darbar Sahib at 5 AM. Golden Temple Darbar Sahib), informally referred to as The Golden Temple or Temple of God, is culturally the/


Powers, Meanings and Effects of the Daily Nitnem Bania Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee’s blessing is that the thirty-eight pauris of this Bani will liberate humanity.

this Bani will liberate humanity from the cycles of birth and death. It is the first sacred composition found in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee. It is a famous and concise summary of Sikh philosophy which was compiled by the founder of Sikhi and the/Pleasure) appear as the same to the devoted Sikh of the Guru. BANI:……………………………………………. This Bani composed by tenth Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee. It is also a part of evening prayer of the Sikhs called Rehraas sahib. The Bani can be read at any time during the /


1 Leadership Frameworks in Guru Granth Sahib 12 th October 2008 Amardeep Singh.

1 Leadership Frameworks in Guru Granth Sahib 12 th October 2008 Amardeep Singh 2 LEADERSHIP Role of a Leader? Who is a Leader? Gurmukh – one who has uplifted / THE MIND ( mn ) With an Aware Consciousness, a Gurmukh leads his Mind. Aware Consciousness (True Self), leads by defining REALITY and giving HOPE. Shabads in Guru Granth Sahib use this very technique to lead our Consciousness. Anchor-Rahao line used to discuss the Gurmat message. Define Reality-Define the worldly Realities in Shabad lines Give Hope -/


Sikhism. Sikh History The name of the religion means learner Its founder was Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji At Sultanpur, he received a vision to preach the way.

Definition of a Sikh “Any human being who faithfully believes in I. One Immortal Being II. Ten Gurus, from Guru Nanak Dev to Guru Gobind Singh III. The Guru Granth Sahib IV. The utternace and teachings of the ten gurues V. The baptism bequeathed by the tenth Guru, and who does not owe allegiance to any other religion is a Sikh” Sikh Practices Prayers: repeated multiple times/


SIKHISM AND FOOD. The general directive of Guru Nanak DevJi with regard to food is: "Do not take that food which effects health, causes pain or suffering.

should be removed first, before labelling some food as pure and the other impure. There is a passage in the Guru Granth Sahib which indicates the futility of the controversy regarding vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. It is said that when the Brahmins of/ nor banned its use. They left it to the choice of the individual. There are passages against meat, in the Guru Granth Sahib. Guru Gobind Singh Ji however prohibited for the Khalsa the use of Halal or Kutha meat prepared in the Muslim ritualistic way. /


The Nishan Sahib WALT:  Understand the 5 elements of the Nishan Sahib.

god and also stand for truth Part F F are the ropes which hold the nishan sahib in place. There are four of them which means people from all directions can receive a message from Guru Granth Sahib jee. Part G G is called the Thara. If the flag of a religion /flies high, it is a sign that the people it belongs to are free and strong. A nishan sahib is high from the ground which fits in/


Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh. Gurupurab’s on 16 th Sept Jyoti Jot - Third Guru -Guru Amar Das ji Guru Gaddi - Fourth Guru -Guru Ram Das.

WifeMata Mansa Devi Ji SonsBhai Mohan Ji, Bhai Mohri Ji DaughtersBibi Dani Ji, Bibi Bhani Ji Son-in-lawGuru Ram Das Ji Gurbani907 hyms in Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji, Anand Sahib Guru Amar Das Ji- Epitome of Sewa and Nimarta Served Guru Angad Dev Ji, although he was his 25 years elder to him and was from his in-laws side. Totally surendered himself to/


Guru Gobind Singh and the Formation of the Khalsa.

against Mughals involved many sacrifices – his 4 sons The Adi Granth as Eternal Guru In 1708CE M10 suffered knife wound – night before he died, 5 coins and coconut in front of Adi Granth – 2008 celebrations 1 spirit now in Guru Granth Sahib – eternal guruship Too much corruption? False Gurus setting themselves up? Miri-piri- Guru Panth (sangat) MIRI Guru Granth (scripture) PIRI Discussion questions 1.Why do you think/


Guru Nanak: The Prophet of the Poor and the Deprived SJSU Symposium Jasmit Singh

dIsY nwhI kh ciVAw ] In the dark night of falsehood, I can nowhere see the rising of the moon of Truth. Guru Granth Sahib, Majh 145 OPPRESSIONOPPRESSION SJSU Symposium Sacha Sauda (Profitable “True” Bargain) What better bargain than to feed the poor and the hungry/be no one at all. nwnk BMfY bwhrw eyko scw soie ] O Nanak, only the True Lord is without a woman. Guru Granth Sahib, Asa 473 WOMENWOMEN SJSU Symposium He was a perceptive communicator who realized that the people who came to listen to him were /


Worldviews 2012 Tyler Begay and Caleb Bia. Origins  Late 1400s  Guru Nanak.

Kirt Karna Vand Chhakna  Sikh Calendar Nanakhashi Calendar Sikh Holy Book  Principles/Guide for Sikhism  “Living Guru” – Sri Guru Granth Sahib The Ten Gurus  Nanak Dev Sahib Ji  Angad Sahib Ji  Amardis Sahib Ji  Ramdass Sahib Ji  Arjan Sahib Ji  Hargobind Sahib Ji  Har Rai Sahib Ji  Har Krishan Sahib Ji  Tegh Bahadur Sahib Ji  Gobind Singh Sahib Ji Five Cardinal Vices  Kam - Lust  Krodh - Anger  Moh - Worldly Attachment  Lobh - Greed  Ahankar – Pride Khalsa/


10 HISTORICAL GURUS OF SIKHISM. What is a Sikh? The word Sikh means someone who learns. What is a Guru? The word Guru means teacher.

Krishan  Died at age 8 of smallpox, while caring for those who were sick. Guru Tegh Bahadur  Was Guru while Sikhs were being persecuted, and was beheaded for refusing to change his religion. Guru Gobind Singh  Began the Khalsa, a community of devout Sikhs.  Said there would be no more human Gurus, and instead the holy book would be the future Guru, called the Guru Granth Sahib.


Possible Influences on the thought of Guru Nanak.

Hindu or Muslim from God’s perspective. Hence the teachings of Guru Nanak were tolerant towards the 2 dominant faiths of the time. Did he ever intend on establishing a new religion? Guru Granth Sahib has hymns from Muslim and Hindu saints as well as many/(nama); (b) Bhakti to the Satguru, the Divine Guru; and (c) The importance of the satsangat. All three pillars play a prominent part in the religious thought of Guru Nanak as found in the Guru Granth Sahib; devotion is to be offered to the Supreme God alone,/


Guru Nanak. Guru Nanak’s birthday Guru Nanak is the founder of Sikhism. Sikhism is based on his teachings and those of the nine Sikh Gurus who followed.

and today Sikhs all around the world celebrate the anniversary of his birthday. Celebrations Sikhs celebrate Guru Nanaks birthday by reading the Sikh holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib, from beginning to end. This is done by a team of Sikh men and women, each/the morning of the anniversary celebrations begin very early, about 4 or 5 o’clock. Sikhs sing hymns sung from the Guru Granth Sahib and poems recited in praise of the Gurus. After singing hymns and reciting poems Sikhs share a meal from the free kitchen/


A Brief Introduction to Sikhs and Sikhism.  The word ‘Sikh’ is translated as a disciple, Sikhs are disciples of the 10 human Gurus and the Guru Granth.

Sikhs and Sikhism  The word ‘Sikh’ is translated as a disciple, Sikhs are disciples of the 10 human Gurus and the Guru Granth Sahib.  Founder – Guru Nanak (1469 – 1539 CE), born in the Punjab, North India.  GU RU – teacher. Light/dark. Therefore dispeller/Worships one God only, does not indulge in idol worship. Lives a life based on the teachings of the ten Gurus, the Guru Granth Sahib, and other scriptures and teachings of the Gurus. A Sikh should believe in the “Oneness”of the ten Gurus, and should have/


Recap from last lesson 1. What does the word Sikh mean? Disciple 2.What name is given to their Holy Book? Guru Granth Sahib 3.Who was the Guru who wrote.

does the word Sikh mean? Disciple 2.What name is given to their Holy Book? Guru Granth Sahib 3.Who was the Guru who wrote this book? Guru Nanak 5.Give 6 facts about Guru Nanaks life 4.Name one Key Belief of Sikhs given in the Mool Mantar (the first/as a result of their religious beliefs. They face torture, imprisonment and even death. Khalsa Sikh- The Background Guru Gobind Singh (1675- 1708) became the tenth Guru at the age of 9 years old. He began the Khalsa of Sikhs or the “brotherhood”. A fighting force/


Sikhs follow the teaching of Gurus. The word Guru is a title which is often used in India for religious teachers.

the teacher of the Sikhs would be their holy book. This is why their holy book is called Guru Granth Sahib. Granth is a word which means a large book. Sahib is a title which shows respect. The Gurdwara is the Sikh place of worship. Gurdwara means ‘ Guru’s door’ or God’s house. It need not be a special building – it can be an ordinary/


MESSAGE OF SUKHMANI. The Sukhmani Sahib is also regarded as the second expansion of "The Mul Mantra" (the basic Sikh belief), the first expansion being.

(the basic Sikh belief), the first expansion being Japji Sahib and the third the entire Guru Granth Sahib. There is a gradual development of thought in the twenty- four cantos of the Sukhmani. In the first three cantos, Guru Arjan mentions the advantages of the practice "Nam", the/The Name" gives man spiritual solace and inner peace. In the end, the Guru enumerates the rewards which the reading of the Sukhmani Sahib may bring to the reader. They are beauty, humility, wisdom, equanimity and God- realization.


Why do we need a Guru? WALT:  Consolidate our knowledge of why we need a Guru  Evaluate the concept of liberation through removing darkness Greeting.

We cannot let material ‘happiness’ destroy us We must stand tall and proud like the Nishan Sahib, always in chardi kala!!!!! Yes there is darkness but where is the Guru during this darkness????? Heads down on the table as we listen to this audio by Bhai/skeleton, but also shattered my will to live. The blessings of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee not only triggered and accelerated the processes of complete and total cure in my body, but the Guru also enabled me to experience God. This also inspired me to pursue /


FUNDAMENTALS OF SIKHISM. CONCEPT OF GURU IN SIKHISM: The Word is Guru." God anointed Guru Nanak with His Word, His Wisdom (Logos), and the Gurus whole.

cycle of birth and rebirth. CONCEPT OF GOD IN SIKHISM: The definition of God is given in the very opening sentence of Guru Granth Sahib, which is called Mool-Mantar (Preamble of Japji): There is but One God He is the Eternal Truth The Creator, All-/The poor fellows consider it to be lucky to have a chance to sing His praises standing at His door. Guru Granth P463 ARDAS Praying to Him One can attain Comfort, peace and Tranquility, wealth and the nine treasures Beauty, intelligence, Wisdom, knowledge, and/


There are about 20 million Sikhs in the world They found the religion in the 1600’s It was found by Guru Nanak in Pakistan and India The title of the.

They found the religion in the 1600’s It was found by Guru Nanak in Pakistan and India The title of the holy book is Guru Granth Sahib They pray at the Gudhwara and at home There are 11 Guru’s but, the last one is the holy book which has all the Guru’s speech in it They believe in the 5K’s which lots/


1 What is a True Guru?. 2 What is a Guru? General definitions Somebody from the ‘East’ Spiritual teacher Holy person Enlightened person Master/Ustad/expert.

permeating and pervading among all. ||13|| 5 Sat + Guru = Satguru Waheguru Akal Purakh Shabad Guru, Satgur (infinite lord)  Guru Nanak  8 Gurus  Guru Gobind Singh Ji  Guru Granth Sahib Ji embodiment of true guru  Panj piaray – authority of true guru 6 BYrau mhlw 5 ] Guru Arjan on Satiguru siqguru myrw bymuhqwju ] My True Guru is totally independent. siqgur myry scw swju ] My True Guru is adorned with Truth. siqguru myrw sBs kw/


Any building where the Guru Granth Sahib is kept is a Sikh place of worship. Followers of Sikhism believe in one God who guides and protects them.

Any building where the Guru Granth Sahib is kept is a Sikh place of worship. Followers of Sikhism believe in one God who guides and protects them. They believe that everyone is equal before God. Sikhs aim to work honestly, share with others and lead a truthful life as part of their community. It is called the Gurdwara (Gateway to the Guru). Sikhism is the/


Sikh Influenced by Hindu and Islam,founded by Guru Nanak (born in 1469 AD), advocating active service. No smoking/alcohol, No caste system/image worship/priesthood/pilgrimage,

accept any groundless rituals,superstitions,etc. Nine other Gurus. The last Gurus started Baptism ceremony “Guru Granth Sahib” -the only scripture complied by the founders of a faith during their own lifetime, compiled y the Fifth Guru- Guru Arjan Guru Arjan built the world famous Gurdwara (sikh’s temple) - Darbar Sahib Darbar Sahib - a reflection of clarity, simplicity and logic of the new movement, and the location in/


Sri Guru Angad Dev Jee ਸ਼੍ਰੀ ਗੁਰੂ ਅੰਗਦ dyv ਜੀ WALT: 1.Understand how and why Sri Guru Angad Dev Jee preached and practised obedience. 2.Work in groups.

and practised obedience. 2.Work in groups to understand the 4 main contributions of Sri Guru Angad Dev Jee. Greeting Task: Can you remember the 10 qualities of the Guru Sahibs without looking at your sheet? Try it; look, cover, say it out loud until/ of the community and the visitors. Her devotion to this institution finds mention in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee. 3. Serving Langar to the Sangat Physical Fitness Sri Guru Angad Dev Jee took a keen interest in physical fitness, and encouraged his devotees to /


Any building where the Guru Granth Sahib is kept is a Sikh place of worship. Followers of Sikhism believe in one God who guides and protects them.

Any building where the Guru Granth Sahib is kept is a Sikh place of worship. Followers of Sikhism believe in one God who guides and protects them. They believe that everyone is equal before God. Sikhs aim to work honestly, share with others and lead a truthful life as part of their community. It is called the Gurdwara (Gateway to the Guru). Sikhism is the/


JpjI swihb Japji Sahib. ik ounkaar satnaam kartaa purakh nirbhau nirvair akaal moorat ajoonee saibhun(g) gur prasaad <> siqnwmu krqw purKu inrBau inrvYru.

jpjI swihb Japji Sahib ik ounkaar satnaam kartaa purakh nirbhau /Vaheguru is all-pervading. gur eesar gur gorakh barmaa gur paarbatee maaee guru eIsru guru gorKu brmw guru pwrbqI mweI ] For a true follower of the Guru, his Guru is like Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu and their spouses. Therefore, /AsMK qp qwau ] Ways of worshipping Vaheguru are countless and those who practice penance are countless. asankh granth mukh ved paath AsMK grMQ muiK vyd pwT ] Scriptures are countless and those who can ritually recite the/


The advent of Guru Nanak Dev Ji in 1469 came at a time of socio-political necessity. India had fallen on evil days. There was no security of life and.

kh ciVAw ] In the dark night of falsehood, I can nowhere see the rising of the moon of Truth. Guru Granth Sahib, Majh 145 OPPRESSIONOPPRESSION Guru Nanak Dev Ji rang the alarm-bell and saved masses from fake religions. Religion then was either by form of / that lasted for a period of nearly 230 years till the creation of the Khalsa SIKH, the ideal man of Tenth Guru. Guru Nanak Dev Ji opposed political tyranny and subjugation. He raised his voice against Babars invasion and the tyrannical deeds perpetrated by/


What are the doctrines of Sikhs?. Guru: Teacher Sikh: Learner Began about 500 years ago in Punjab (India) About 30 million Sikhs Started by Guru Nanak.

Sikh: Learner Began about 500 years ago in Punjab (India) About 30 million Sikhs Started by Guru Nanak Shaped by his 9 successors  Preached tolerance of other faiths  Co-existence of Muslims & Hindus / society The 10 th Guru did not appoint a successor He transferred authority to two institutions: 1) Guru Granth Sahib A collection of hymns/writings by Guru Nanak and other Gurus AND Sikh, Hindu, Muslim saints Added to the Adi Granth Serves as the perpetual Guru of the Sikhs 2) Guru Khalsa Panth (The Sikh/


Prayer Time..... Baba Nand Singh Jee On further questioning by Sant Baba Nand Singh Ji the udasi sadhu said, ‘Young lion of Guru Ji, you seem to have.

If you want answers to all your questions then you should go to Sachkhand Sri Hazoor Sahib Ji where the spiritual power of the tenth master, Satguru Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj the king of kings and the saint of saints resides’. These words/ of the sadhu got engraved on Sant Ji’s heart. “Sab Sikhan ko hokam hai Guru Manyo Granth” meaning “All Sikhs are commanded to take the Granth as Guru” Living Guru....... /


Sustainable Development of Environment: Evidence from Sikh Religion – Celebrating Guru Har Rai Ji Source of Material sikhfoundation.org/people-events/sustainable-development-of-environment-evidence-from-sikh-religion/

sikh-religion/ Presentation Prepared by Harbinder Kaur – harbinder.kaur1968@gmail.com Introduction According to the Sri Guru Granth Ji (SGGJ), word-Guru (spiritual teacher) of the Sikhs, God Resides in Creation. Sarbat da Bhalla meaning ‘prosperity and /Ceremony of Light (SGGJ, p. 13). New Cities by Sikh Gurus Amritsar - 1577, Anandpur Sahib – 1665, Goindwal - 1559, Kartarpur -1594, Kiratpur - 1626, Paonta Sahib -1685, and Tarn Taran - 1596. In all these cities, environment concerns like adequate development/


STRUCTURE KIRPAN IN GURDWARAS

legged on the floor symbolizing obedience and submission Women sit on one side; with men on the opposing side of Guru Granth Sahib. An equal distance from the scriptures, exemplifying equality Everyone stands during the Ardas (prayer) ***Source: Sikhs.org /all members in the community which is a basic principle of Sikhism ***Source: Sikhs.org Gurudwara Paonta Sahib, Sirmour, Himachal Pradesh *Photo Courtesy of www.AllAboutSikhs.com Sikh Challenges of Discrimination STRUGGLES Significant Events Members/


Guru Puja An inspiring festival celebrated in the Hindu tradition

emblem of this sublime philosophy. And, worship of this holy flag on this Guru Poornima Day is intended to instil in us this positive Hindu attitude towards life./Guru. Yes. In fact, Bhagawa Dhwaja inspires swayamsevaks to search for an individual guru. Sri Paramhansa Ramakrishna had 3 gurus Bhagwan Dattatreya had many( 23 or 24) gurus Sri Akhandnandji was the guru of PP Sri Guruji Golwalkar Questions Q. Should Guru always be in Human form Sri Guru Govind Singh established Guru Granth Sahib as guru/


Ideas: 1.You could write down and define nishkam seva 2.Draw and write down the 3 main types of seva 3.List some of the messages of Sri Guru Nanak Dev.

some speech bubbles. 4.Maybe write down or draw some examples of pentee 5.Why is learning Gurmukhi important? 6.Why did Sri Guru Angad Dev Jee want us to learn? 2. The Gurmukhi Script This was a far-reaching step, it gave the Sikhs a/kitchen. She also served food to the members of the community and the visitors. Her devotion to this institution finds mention in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee. 3. Serving Langar to the Sangat Ideas 1.Why is physical exercise important? 2.How does physical exercise help with Sikhi? /


Sri Guru Angad Dev Jee learnt the Sikh way of life, he memorised Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee’s words and took part in Kirtan, he served the sadh sangat (holy.

briefly describe two types of seva we can do (4 marks) 3.Identify and briefly describe two of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Jee’s messages that Sri Guru Angad Dev Jee also taught us. (4 marks) 4.Identify and briefly describe one reason why it is important/kitchen. She also served food to the members of the community and the visitors. Her devotion to this institution finds mention in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee. 3. Serving Langar to the Sangat TASK: Answer the below questions in full sentences. 1.What does pangat mean? (/


Learning Objective: To understand who Guru Gobind Singh was and why he formed the Khalsa Starter: How much responsibility did you have when you were 9.

willing to die for something you believe in? Is there anything you would be willing to die for? The Death of Guru Tegh Bahadur (The Ninth Guru) The ruler of India wanted the people of India to convert to Islam. To do this, he decided to instruct / are below. Watch the video about Sumeet Anand and her experience of being a Khalsa Sikh. Guru Gobind Singh declared the Sikh holy book as his successor instead of a human being. The Guru Granth Sahib would be the Sikhs guide forever. Why do you think he did this?


Sikhism³ ‘The good, the bad and the ugly …’. Icebreaking activity Individual scribble exercise Brief history of Guru Nanak Dev Ji Group task, followed.

of the Sikh religion  Born 15 April 1649  From a very young age was absorbed in religion  27 years of travelling Guru Nanak Dev Ji ‘There is no Hindu, There is no Muslim’  No need for rituals, superstitions and pilgrimages  Equality One /ones own mind Naam Jaap – loud and communal recitation of Naam Naam Japo – meditation, vocal singing of Shabads from the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji or the chanting of the word of Waheguru – Wonderful Lord. Kirtan – singing of hymns with musical accompaniment ‘With my /


UNIVERSALIZING RELIGIONS Sikhism Symbol & description: Khanda – A sword/bracelet/dagger Hearth: Amritsar, India Founder & Date: Guru Nanak in 1500 AD/CE.

UNIVERSALIZING RELIGIONS Sikhism Symbol & description: Khanda – A sword/bracelet/dagger Hearth: Amritsar, India Founder & Date: Guru Nanak in 1500 AD/CE Holy Book: Guru Granth Sahib Number of followers: 23 million Diffused to: NW India, SE Pakistan, USA, UK Main beliefs: 1 deity/monotheism, No Caste system, 5 Ks: uncut hair, comb, sword, bracelet, undergarment Sacred /


Explanation Of The Sikh Wedding Prepared for the marriage of:

the darbar revolve around the holy scripture of the Sikhs, the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. The Guru Granth Sahib is usually located at the front of the darbar on a raised platform. The Siri Guru Granth Sahib is the embodiment of the Word, and the Shabads which are the /Says Nanak, I have found my Husband Lord within my own home, and all my anxiety is forgotten. (Guru Granth Sahib Page 576) Shabad of Guru Arjan All things are received if the One is obtained. The precious gift of this human life becomes fruitful/


ONE GOD of entire humanity The fundamental fact missed by most of the representatives of religions The fundamental fact missed by most of the representatives.

One management is oneness - oneness is integration. One management is oneness - oneness is integration. Sri Guru Granth Sahib vows for the single management Sri Guru Granth Sahib vows for the single management qU Awpy krqw qyrw kIAw sBu hoie ] You are the Creator / by appointing them as organizational heads under Manjian-Pirian system. Gurbani in Sri Guru Granth Sahib vouches for equal rights for women. Gurbani in Sri Guru Granth Sahib vouches for equal rights for women. so ikau mMdw AwKIAY ijqu jMmih rwjwn /


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