Sikhism Lesson 1 - EKK-OUNG-KAAR

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Study of Sikhism and Meaning of EKK-OUNG-KAAR

Today I want share my knowledge of Sikhism with my fellow steemians. I am doing it to spread the information about my religion and it is not about imposing my religion on to others or downgrading other religions. Sikhism believes in "ONE CREATOR" and whole humanity is created equal.

Hope that you have enjoyed the information, in my next post I will try to open it further based on the small information blessed to me

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I like to learn about new religions, and this was a good intro. Thanks @mathworksheets :)

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Thanks a lot for your support @cryptodan :))

Nice work Bhaji ..... keep it up

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Thanks a lot @cookgraphy :)

Thank you for sharing your religion I found this post very informative. Also appreciate the clarification that you are not trying to impose your religion on others.

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Thats what every religion teaches us! We misinterpret the teachings sometime :(
Nice post @mathworksheets

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Thanks for the appreciation @rishi2184 :))

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You are welcome @rootsoflife. I appreciate your kind remarks.

Good Job Singh! Follow me

I spent the night in a Gurdwara in Punjab once a long time ago. It was a really big temple, and there was a special room they took us to where several men with head coverings were sitting staring at a very large but don't think they we reading it rather praying or meditating. very interesting peaceful place.

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That very large book is our Holy Book and Sikhs read it with respect and use the information in daily lives. EKK-OUNG-KAAR is the first word in the Holy Book!

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There we go. I was waiting for this.

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Thanks a lot @nicnas. There is your part too to motivate me to write about Sikhism!!

Bless you.

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Thanks a lot my friend @rainbowsky.