A few weeks ago, I wrote about my new book, Sikhism Is The Only Religion I Know.
I’d read some books about the faith that described it as “religiously backward”, and I was also interested in the story of how Sikhism became a global religion.
Since then, I’ve heard a lot of people say they want to learn more about the religion, but I’ve also heard many people say, “I want to be a historian, and I don’t have time for a history book”.
But my hope is that with my book, I’ll help people understand Sikhism better, so they can see that Sikhism is not the only one.
This is why I’m doing a book tour.
In this special edition, I’m going to share some of the stories that have inspired me over the years, and also share some tips for anyone interested in learning more about Sikhism.
What is Sikhism?
Sikhism has roots in India and Afghanistan, and is known as a “tribe of warrior warriors” by most of its followers.
The word Sikh derives from the Indo-European root for “guru”, which meant “one who leads”.
A Sikh has the title of Guru, and they also wear a turban.
In the name of God, the Guru (also called the “Guru Granth Sahib” or “Sikh Granth”) is revered by the Sikhs.
In his book The Guru Granth Samhita, the first recorded biography of the Sikh faith, Guru Gobind Singh wrote: “I am the Gurmukh of the Sikhas, and my duty is to teach you the teachings of the Gurum-i-Aqeedas.
If anyone knows the way of the Guru, I am the man who has come down from heaven to teach it to you.”
This description, of course, refers to the Sikh’s Guru-like role as a spiritual guide and guide for his followers.
According to the Gurus, the word “Gurmukhan” means “god of history”, and the word refers to a Sikh’s role as the “great man”.
Guru Gobond Singh’s biography of Guru Nanak describes him as a wise, eloquent, and compassionate man who was an ardent follower of the Vedas and who “made the world a better place”.
When he died in the year 534 AD, he left behind a body of work that is widely known today as the Bhagavad Gita.
The Bhagavan is a Hindu scripture that tells us how the world was created and the history of mankind.
It was written by a man named Guru Gobain Singh, and the book became the basis for the Mahabharata, a Hindu epic that tells the story that eventually led to the rise of Hindu civilisation.
What does Sikhism teach?
The Sikh faith is one of the world’s oldest, and it is considered the world leader in its belief system.
According the Sikh teachings, there are five main Sikh tenets, or schools of thought, which are based on the teachings from the Gurudwara Gurudwarastha.
The Gurudawastha is the official scripture of the faith, and its teachings have been passed down for thousands of years.
The Sikh scriptures say that there are four types of life: life on earth; life in heaven; life on the other side of the earth; and the life after death.
The teachings of Sikhism have been largely written down in the form of the Bhakti Purana, which was compiled in the 16th century.
The Purana was an important source for the teachings and scriptures of the religion.
In it, the Bhaksa Guruswara Sahasranama, the chief of the seven Gurus and the father of Sikh religion, is quoted as saying: “The word Sikh means a warrior who leads; it is a warrior that conquers; it leads the people in battle and makes war.
The Guru is the creator of life.
He has made the world, and this world is called the heaven of the living.
If any one knows the path of the warrior, he is the one who has gone down from the heaven to the earth to instruct the people.”
How do I find out more about this faith?
Most of the teachings in Sikhism are in the Bhaskara Purana.
But there are many other books and other publications that contain information about the Sikh religion.
If you’re looking for more, the National Sikh Publication Board has a list of books that it recommends.
And in India, many websites have books and DVDs that are related to Sikhism that you can buy online.
What do you think?
I hope you’ll find my book on Sikhism to be interesting.
In fact, I think that this is one I will definitely recommend to anyone who wants to learn a little more about Sikhs and the Sikh