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Sikhism in India

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on 20 December 2012

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Sikhism Sikhism is a monotheistic religion founded during the 15th century in the Punjab region, by

Guru Nanak Dev. Here is the Sikhism symbol Religions in India Hinduism diwali Hinduisms Diwali. Diwali is the festival of light. Diwali is celebrated by hindus all over india this is the hinduism sign. Aum is the main symbol of Hinduism. It is the sound heard in deepest meditation and is said to be the name most suited for God The word "Hindu" comes from the name of the river Indus, which flows 1800 miles from Tibet through Kashmir and Pakistan to the sea. The Khanda is the symbol of the Sikh faith.

The central sword represents divine strength, truth, freedom, justice and God's creative power.

The inner circle represents the Oneness of God and of humanity.

The two crossed swords symbolize the balance. The meaning
of the symbol Who is the founder of Sikhism? The Sikh faith was founded
by Guru Nanak (1469-1539).
It was shaped by
his nine successors
in the sixteenth
and seventeenth
centuries in South Asia. The morning and evening prayers take about two hours a day, starting in the very early morning hours. The first morning prayer refers to the use of sound, as the best way of approaching God. Combing hair is used as a way to comb all negative thoughts out of the mind.

The comb they use to comb their hair with is called kanga. The kanga is tucked neatly in a Sikh's uncut hair. Customs and traditions As a Sikh tradition they never cut their hair. BUDDHISM what is buddhism? Buddhism is different from many other faiths because it is not centred on the relationship between humanity and God. Buddhists do not believe in a personal creator God. They also carry a Kirpan around.

The kirpan resembles a sword and symbolises the protection of the weak by Sikhs. It is hung near a Sikh's waist with a shoulder strap. By Thomas, Fia, Kim-Li and Shivon In diwali they trade gifts and sweets. celebrate this is a rongoli rongoli is a tradition that hindus do on diwali. ISLAM What does Islam mean? The Arabic word Islam means submission and obedience and derives from a word meaning peace. Who was the founder of Islam? The prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him) is often regarded as the founder of Islam. He was born in 570 A.D in Mecca,in Saudi Arabia. the buddhism sign What does the sign represent???

The Buddhist symbol of the wheel means reincarnation the belief that when you die your spirit will go on into another form and it will be stuck in this cycle until you reach Nirvana (The enlightend one) The other symbol is a Lotus flower used to represent pure and good. Feasts and traditions for buddhists

Genuine and sincere Buddhists do not observe Buddhist festivals by enjoying themselves under the influence of liquor and merry-making or holding feasts by the slaughtering of animals. The true Buddhists observe festival days in an entirely different manner. On the particular festival day, they would devote their time to abstaining from all evil. They would practise charity and help others to relieve themselves from their suffering. They may entertain friends and relatives in a respectable way. Buddha Shakyamuni, the founder of Buddhism in this world, was born as a prince in 624 BC in a place called Lumbini, which was originally in northern India but is now part of Nepal.

'Shakya' is the name of the royal family into which he was born, and 'Muni' means 'Able One'. His parents gave him the name Siddhartha and there were many auspicious predictions about his future.
In his early years he lived as a prince in the royal palace but when he was 29 years old he retired to the forest where he followed a life of meditation. After six years he attained enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree in Bodh Gaya, India. Who is the founder of buddhism? Buddhists often worship in their own at home or join other Buddhists to meditate and worship in a group. At home or in the temple a shrine or a place to meditate will have an image of Buddha, candles and incense. The butter lamps or candles which are lit are said to represent turning the light on in the mind, which Buddha says is achieved through meditation.
The very first Buddhist shrines were called stupas. When the Buddha died his body was cremated and taken to eight different places where stupas were built over them. Other stupas hold relics of important monks and sacred texts. Where do buddhists worship? This is a buddhist chant
its really cool!!! Festivals Holla Mohalla is celebrated on March 17th. Here we see a young Sikh performer at Holla Mohalla.

It started as a gathering of Sikhs for military exercises and mock battles. The mock battles were followed by poetry competitions. Today the sikhs carry on the tradition with mock battles and displays of swordsmanship and horse riding. Islam what does Islam mean? The Arabic word 'Islam' means submission and abedience and derives from a word meaning 'peace'. the islam sign. Islam is the second most popular religion in the world with over a thousand million followers. It is more often thought of as a complete way of life rather than a religion this is the sign. Who is the founder of Islam. The prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him ), who was born in A.D. 570 at Mecca, in Saudi Arabia, is often regarded as the founder of Islam. He was the last prophet to be sent by Allah. However the first prophet was Adam. the holy book. The Muslim scripture is the Holy Qur'an. Muslims believe it is 'the word of God'. Muslim beliefs and practices are rooted in the Qur'an.

Muslims treat the Qur'an with great respect because they believe that the Qur'an is from Allah, and every word and every letter is sacred. It is usually placed on a special wooden stand to be read.

Muslims regard the Qur'an as the unaltered word of God. What is Islam based on? Islam is based on the ministry of a man named Muhammad (peace be upon him), and on the words that Allah gave to the world through Muhammad.
(NB. Muhammad is so esteemed by Muslims that it is usual to utter the blessing "peace be upon him" after his name.) Feast and traditions for muslims RAMADAAN

Ramadaan may be seen as a festive month of compulsory fasting (Sawm). During this month "nothing must enter the body", i.e. food, drink (including saliva), smoke (of tobacco), even an injection. All this is, however, only between the hours of sunrise and sunset. The Ramadaan fast has definitely a pre-Islamic history.

It is believed that fasting during Ramadaan is thirty times better than at any other time. According to tradition, during this month the gates of heaven are open and the gates of hell closed, and the devils are in chains. Where do muslims worship???
Regarding prayers, Muslims go for ritual prayers to mosque (or called Masjid). However, ritual prayers can be done at home, office, open air, during flying, on a ship, or any dry clean place on the ground. Ritual prayers are to be performed as a gathering with one leading the prayer. However, if praying in a gathering is not available then it can be done individually. In addition, Muslim are required to attend Friday prayers and holiday (Eid) prayers at the mosque; they theoretically can do the rest at home. A dedicated mosque is not even required to do those prayers. this is a great video of muslims chanting Who is the founder of hinduism? For many Hindus, religion is a matter of practice rather than of beliefs. It's more what you do, than what you believe. Hindus believe in a universal soul or God called Brahman. Hindus believe that there is a part of Brahman in everyone and this is called the Atman.

Hindus believe in reincarnation - a belief that the soul is eternal and lives many lifetimes, in one body after another. The soul is sometimes born in a human body, sometimes in an animal body and sometimes in a plant body etc.. Hindus believe that all forms of life contain a soul, and all souls have the chance to experience life in different forms. What do Hindus believe? Hinduism has no founder, it developed out of Brahminism. Brahma - known as the Creator. The End Thank you for watching and listening pattern Hinduism is the oldest religion, it is found to be dated up to be the prehistoric times. It is the fifth-largest organized religion in the world, with approximately 30 million Sikhs. This religion has been traditionally known as the Gurmat (mostly known as Guru). India is the only region in the world with a majority Sikh population.
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