00 BL1055 The main problem Raj (1952-2008) had with existing textbooks introducing religion in South Asia was their lack of attention to the minority religions Islam and Christianity, which have many more followers than do Sikhism and Jainism, which tend to be covered extensively.
What does SIKH stand for?
SIKH stands for Sikhism (religion)
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- Stichting Intermediar Kerkomroep Nederland (Dutch: Netherlands Intermediate Church Broadcasting)
- School for Information and Knowledge Systems (The Netherlands)
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- Skolen for Informasjon, Kommunikasjon og Teknologi
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- Safety Integrity Level
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Samples in periodicals archive:
When it was founded, it was a revolutionary concept in the caste-ordered society of 16thcentury India where Sikhism began.
Vice President Ansari in his message said that 'Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism, showed us the path of peace, harmony and righteousness'.
The wider publication of Parry's overview is a welcome addition to the still very limited literature on the interaction between Sikhism and Christianity.
Diwali has also been significant in Sikhism since the illumination of the town of Amritsar, commemorating the return of Guru Har Gobind Ji (1595-1644), the sixth Guru of Sikhism, who along with 52 other Hindu kings was imprisoned by Emperor Jahangir.
He became an expert in Sikhism and so respected--thus the use of the appellation "Sahib"--that he contributed to the Encyclopedia of Sikhism.
Mr Singh's son and daughter were well versed in the teachings of Sikhism at a young age but are as involved as they want to be in his reciting of prayers.