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  1. Exploring Sikhism: Aspects of Sikh Identity, Culture, and Thought by W. H. McLeod, 2003-10-30
  2. Simple Guides Sikhism by Sewa Singh Kalsi, 2008-11-04
  3. This Is My Faith: Sikhism by Holly Wallace, David Dalton, 2006-10-01
  4. Sikhism by Gurinder Singh Mann, 2004-02-01
  5. Sikhs and Sikhism: comprising Gur-u N-anak and the Sikh Religion, Early Sikh Tradition, The Evolution of the Sikh Community, and Who Is a Sikh? by W. H. McLeod, 2004-04-15
  6. Japji Sahib: Way to God in Sikhism (Any Time Temptations Series) by Maneshwar S. Chahal, 2007-01-30
  7. Textual Sources for the Study of Sikhism (Textual Sources for the Study of Religion)
  8. Teach Me About Sikhism by Jay Singh, 2003-03-20
  9. Sikhism in India (Families and Their Faiths) by Frances Hawker, Mohini Kaur Bhatia, 2009-08
  10. Guru Nanak and Sikhism (Religious Lives) by Ruth Nason, 2006-01-12
  11. Guru Nanak and Sikhism (Great Religious Leaders) by Rajinder Singh Panesar, 2002-08
  12. The Facts About Sikhism (Facts About Religions) by Alison Cooper, 2004-10-14
  13. Sikhism and Women by Doris Jakobsh, 2010-04-01
  14. Sikhism (World Beliefs & Cultures) by Sue Penney, 2008-08-07

21. - A Study In Diversity
The site covers Hinduism, Mysticism, sikhism, Spiritualism, Buddhism, Poetry,India, Social Ethos, Recipes, Concepts, Family Matters, stories. Exclusive coverage is on Kabir The Mystic Poet,Ramayan Philosophy and Guru Nanak's Jap ji Sahib.
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22. Punjab123
A collection of categorised and annotated links for Punjab and sikhism.

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Top Newspapers Net Jaal Punjabi Yugantar Punjab Sanjh Savera Sikhnet News ... Punjabi page More online Links Maps of Punjab Punjab Online Punjab Punjab Yellow Pages ... Punjab Urban Planning Punjab news by city Yahoo chandigarh Chandigarh Jalandhar Amritsar ... Punjab Gov. Punjab Links Just Punjab Web Punjab Punjab Online ... BBC - Sikhism Sikh links around the world View the Daily Hukamnama from Golden Temple, Amrtisar Listen to Daily Hukamnama with Real Audio Listen to Daily Hukamnama with Explaination using Real Audio Top Newspapers Fateh Times Times of India Indian Express Deccan Herald ... Tribune India More links Punjab Trauma

23. Sikhnet Chat
Chat on sikhism. Requires registration on the site.
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Login to SikhNet Chat If this is your first time in the chat area make sure you read the following information. By entering the chat room you state that you have read the following information and the chat policy.
The live chat area of SikhNet is designed as an open forum for constructive and inspiring discussion. It is a moderated chat area and is subject to certain guiding principles. It is important that chats on SikhNet remain constructive, positive and open. SikhNet chat was formed with the interests of the general community in mind, particularly our youth. The aim is to free individuals from the clutches of ignorance by bringing information on Sikhi in this Aquarian age to the masses, and by encouraging open, friendly chat. When we first started this forum it was totally unmoderated and open to all, in hopes that people would use this medium wisely and without abuse. But over time many people abused it. Some participants in the chat repeatedly did not comply with the publicly posted chat guidelines, and the chat area to a large degree become a platform for fighting, shouting vulgarities, "picking up chicks", political contention, arguments and personal grandstanding. Since the chat area (to a large degree) was no longer a positive, constructive or inspiring place and it did not contribute to the sacred space we hold for SikhNet on the Web, we had to shut it down and make some changes.
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24. Sikhnet: SIKHISM
Cybercommunity for Sikhs around the world. Explores the history and evolutionof sikhism and its culture. Offers gurbani Golden Temple.
membership March 30, 2003 my e-mail live chat discussion current news ...

The Anandpur Sahib Yatra Photo Journal - The incredible photo journal of our recent Yatra to the 1999 Tercentenial Bhaisakhi celebrations at Anandpur Sahib. Whether you were there with us in body or in spirit, come join us now in the virtual world of SikhNet and relive that joyous week through the Anandpur Sahib Yatra Photo Journal.

1999 Sikh Dharma Art Exhibit - Featuring the art of the western Sikhs and commemorating the 300th year Bhaiaskhi celebration at Anandpur Sahib 1999. A collection of 108 pieces of western Sikh Art.

Read from the Siri Guru Granth Sahib in either Gurmukhi, English translation, Hindi or romanized by downloading the complete Siri Guru Granth Sahib to your computer (in various formats). You can read and listen to the daily Hukamnama from the Golden Temple (Amritsar, India), take a cyber-hukamnama, and Learn about the history of the Living Guru of the Sikhs. Start your day with the words of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib and feel the vibration stay with you as you work and sleep.

We invite you to the web site celebrating the 300th Anniversary of the Khalsa. The official Anandpur Sahib web site contains up to date information about Baisakhi events around the world. If you are organizing a Baisakhi event in your local community please post the information (on the site) so that others will know about it, and can participate with you. We welcome your comments, suggestions....and willingness to come and take part in the organization of the largest Sikh event in the last 100 years!

25. Mind, Body, Spirit Empowered. Sikh Men And Sikh Women.
The principles of sikhism and how they affect women.
Harnessing the principles of Sikhism , we are about Women and Men who truly care about building an equitable society and are willing to forgo prejudices that define what we can or are allowed to do. We welcome all those who realize that we are created equal irrespective of any discriminating factors, without exception Health The healing power of faith Benefits of Daily Bani. ... Volunteer Serving humanity. Numerous ways to help and share with communities and individuals. Wand Chako (share with the needy). Langar, Das Vandh. Community US UK Canada ... Australia and The Netherlands Birth, Death and The Life Cycle Kids Youth ...
Sikh women in History Military Academics What Women Want ... Legal Hotlines, contacts, government, legislative and legal resources for spouse abuse, domestic violence, immigration, civil rights, hate crime and organizations that can help. Free Stuff What's new Newsletter in : Français Italiano Español Português ... Newsletter © 1999-2002 SikhWomen

You are FREE to download and publish any or all of these Articles. Remember that Sikhism is the continuation of Christianity.
You can obtain my Book in English titled "FIRST GNOSTIC PRINCIPLES OF ONE GOD ONE FAITH" by sending £5 note in the post for U.K. delivery and $20 bill for Overseas deliveries to Author at:-
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27. Religion For Schools
Resources for pupils and teachers, including lesson plans for Years 8, 9, and GCSE (ages 1216). Covers Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and sikhism.


Welcome to this web site which is devoted to providing information on the various religions of the world for Secondary School pupils.
Each of the religions listed above has its own set of pages. There is a basic introduction on each religion plus more in-depth material at lower levels within the site. You can also use the 'search this site' tool below to try and locate any specific information you are interested in.
In addition to the main part of the site which is devoted to the religions listed in the top left hand column of this page, there are also resources for teachers. To access these click on the link for Teachers resources.
Your comments are welcome -just click on the feedback link below. All efforts have been made to ensure that details are correct, but if you come across aspects you do not think are right please let us know what you would like to see added -or changed!
We hope that you find your visit interesting. The site is regularly updated.....check out the following new items..... Yr8 Christianity comes to Britain Buddhist clip art Christian Symbols Yr8 Click here to see the latest pages we have added to the site

28. Gurpal Samra's Sikhism Page
Click on the picture to enter the world of sikhism Please click on picture toenter the world of sikhism Translate my site to another language click here.
My name is Gurpal Singh Samra , I live in Livingston , California, in the county of Merced . I work at J.R. Wood Inc. I started this site in order to provide information on Sikh History Sikh Culture , and the Sikh People . It is not intended to place my political views. However I will provide access to newsgroups so the visitors may place their views. Please enjoy your visit. Please click on picture to enter the world of Sikhism Translate my site to another language click here
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29. Sikh Matrimonials On SikhNet
A matrimonial service for Sikhs looking for marriage partners who want to do so in the spiritual context of the sikhism faith.
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30. BBC Religion & Ethics - Sikhism
sikhism Overview of sikhism sikhism is the youngest of the great world faiths.There are 20 million Sikhs in the world, most living in India.






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Religions Sikhism ... Help Like this page? Send it to a friend! Sikhism History Beliefs Worship Holy Days Customs Overview of Sikhism - Sikhism is the youngest of the great world faiths. There are 20 million Sikhs in the world, most living in India. Sikhism is Britain’s third most popular religion, with about half a million Sikhs living in the UK. Sikh men are easily identified by their beards and turbans, which are an outward sign of their religious identity. Belief and Life The most important thing in Sikhism is the internal religious state of the individual. Sikhs avoid superstitious behaviour, and pilgrimages, statues, buildings, and "blind" rituals. Sikhs think religion should be practiced by living in the world and coping with life's everyday problems. They don't approve of retreating from the world to be a monk or a hermit. The Bare Essentials of Sikhism
  • Founded in the 15th century CE Founded in the Punjab district of what is now India and Pakistan
    • Most of the world's 20 million Sikhs still live in the Punjab
    Founded by Guru Nanak
    • Present day Sikhism is still based on Guru Nanak's teachings and those of the 9 Sikh gurus who followed him
    Key Beliefs
    • Sikhism is a monotheistic religion (which means a religion with only one God) Sikhism emphasises social and sexual equality

31. Click To Enter
History of sikhism and operation blue star. Includes a picture gallery.

32. Welcome To
Features the tradition and teaching of honorable Guru Nanak and goals to provide accurate, reliable and complete religious, social and cultural teachings and understanding of sikhism.





Select Matrimonials Sikh Media Point Cyber Gurudwara Hukamnama Radio Careers Event Calendar E-Mail Sikhpoint Forums Religion Sikh Calendar DownLoads Gurbani CD Sikhism News Indian News Dictionary
ur mission, in following the tradition and teaching of our honorable Guru Nanak Dev Ji, is to provide accurate, reliable and complete religious, social and cultural teachings and understanding of Sikhism and the people who practice it." focuses on promoting the messages of the 10 Guru's, starting from Guru Nanak Dev Ji to Guru Gobind Singh, and the Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, our living Guru. Through the use of digital communication, via the internet, is designed to enrich the lives of practicing Sikh's around the world, by providing accurate, reliable, and complete religious, social and cultural teachings and understanding of Sikhism."
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33. UNDERSTANDING SIKHISM (Devinder Singh Chahal, Ph.D.)
The sikhism is being represented as a mythic and ritualistic religion.Participate in discussions through this Homepage for a new
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34. Gurdwara Sahib El Sobrante California
Includes history of the Gurdwara, translation of common terms, an introduction to sikhism, worship and class schedule, and directions.
Welcome To El Sobrante Gurdwara Sahib! Sikh Center of San Francisco Bay Area Gurdwara Sahib El Sobrante, 3550 Hill Crest Road, El Sobrante, CA 94803,USA. (510) 223-9987 Sikhism 101 (new) Weekly Programs Directions Kirtan! Contemporary Sikhism ... E-mail About twenty five miles north of San Francisco, El Sobrante Gurdwara is located at the hilltop of the El Sobrante Valley hills. It is serving the Sikh community in the Bay Area and given the name Sikh Center of San Francisco Bay Area. It is known that Gurdwara came into existence in late 1970s. Previously local Sikhs usually carried out the religious ceremonies in their homes; however, as more and more Sikhs immigrated to the Bay Area, Sikh community decided that a Sikh Temple was necessary to serve local Sikhs in terms of carrying out general ceremonies such as weddings and Akhand Path ceremonies, etc. Initially the Gurdwara building used to be the current Langar Hall building. With many generous financial contributions of local and "remote" Sikh Sangat of California, the new building was completed in 1993 after 3-4 years of construction. Gurdwara Sahib is equipped to accommodate seven to eight hundred people. Situated at the hilltop, its architecture and uniqueness attracts many people to come and see the site. At the northeast wing of Second floor, a huge deck offers a breath taking view of the El Sobrante valley and San Pablo Bay.

35. Home Page (Sentence By Sentence Panjabi And English Translation Of Japjee Sahib
Paath dii panjaabii ate angrejii vich Vayaakhayaa.
What is japjee Sahib?
Key To Pronunciation symbols for romanized text.
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36. Sikhism In UK
sikhism in the United Kingdom. Initial Menu. India. An overview sikhismin Manchester sikhism in the United Kingdom. A directory
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38. Sikhism In India
Learn about Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh faith.
History Since independence Religions Caste System ... Religions in India Sikhism About 2% of India's population are Sikhs. Even so they because of their unique appearance, sometimes stand for India. Traditionally the men keep their hair and do not shave their beard or moustache. They gather their head hair in a turban. Sikhism is comparatively a new religion in India. This religion was established by Guru Nanak. Guru Nanak was born in 1469 in the Punjab region of north India. Guru Nanak was a Hindu and he loved to travel and learn. He developed a new religion and included in it what he thought were the good beliefs of the two dominant religions in the Punjab region, Hinduism and Islam . And Sikhism indeed has beliefs from these two religions. From Islam it adopted the belief in the existence of one invisible God. From Hinduism it adopted the belief in Karma and reincarnation, meaning your actions in this life will decide your fate in the next incarnation. The Sikhs also cremate their dead ones as is done in Hinduism. The creators of Sikhism tried to abolish some of the Indian customs such as the caste system and Sati - burning of the widow. In Sikhism everyone has equal rights irrespective of caste, creed, color, race, sex or religion. Sikhism rejects pilgrimage, fasting, superstitions and other such rituals. Sikhism does not have a clergy class as it considers this as a gateway to corruption. However they have readers and singers in their temples.

39. Sikh Texts
Sacredtexts home OCRT sikhism Buy CD-ROM Buy books about sikhism,sikhism. However sikhism is distinct from Hinduism and Islam.
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The Sikh Religion by Max Arthur MacAuliffe [1909], Volume 1.
This book has detailed information on the historical and philosophical background of Sikhism. Shri Guru Granth Sahib The Granth is the central text of Sikhism, a religion that emerged in the Punjab region of India in the 15th Century. Sikhism is a unique faith which has aspects of Islam: monotheism and iconoclasm, and Hinduism: reincarnation, karma and nirvana. However Sikhism is distinct from Hinduism and Islam. The Sikh Gurus (teachers), contemporaries of Luther and Calvin, were reformers who rejected the caste system and much of the apparatus of Hindu ritual and legalism. They promoted religious tolerance and the equality of women. The founding Guru, Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, (1469-1538), is noted for the saying "There is no Hindu, there is no Muslim." The Granth, compiled by the tenth Guru Gobind Singh, contains compositions of the ten Gurus including Guru Nanak, Guru Angad, Guru Amar Das, Guru Ram Das, Guru Arjan, and Guru Teg Bahadur. The hymns are arranged by the thirty one

40. Singh, Munjeet
Curriculum vitae, some history of sikhism, soccer and forum.

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