Sunday, October 25, 2009

The Teachings of the Sikhism

Founder of Sikhism - Guru NanakThe teachings of the Sikhism are syncretism of the principle of Hinduism and Islam. Instead of borrowing from the Islamic and Hindu scriptures, the Sikhs wrote their individual scripture based on their interpretation of certain thoughts taught into Islam and Hinduism. The Sikhism really rejects several teachings of Islam and Hinduism. The effect is an appealing combination of both Moslem theology and Hindu.

Basic beliefs of Sikhism

  • God
  • Salvation
  • Sikh Baptism
  • Prayer
  • All other Scripture
  • monotheistic
  • reincarnation

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