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  1. Sikhism Today (Religions Today) by Jon Mayled, 2002-09-23
  2. Religion and the Specter of the West: Sikhism, India, Postcoloniality, and the Politics of Translation (Insurrections: Critical Studies in Religion, Politics, and Culture) by Arvind-Pal S. Mandair, 2009-10-05
  3. The Spiritual Gems of Judaism & Sikhism: A Comparative Study of the Oldest to the Youngest Religion by Harsimran Singh, 2009-04-29
  4. Philosophy and Faith of Sikhism by K. S. Duggal, 1985-01-25
  5. Guru Nanak. Founder of Sikhism. A Biography. by Trilochan Singh, 1969-01-01
  6. Sikhism Beliefs & Practies by W.Owen Cole, 2000-12-31
  7. Perspectives on Sikhism: Papers presented at the International Seminar on Sikhism: a Religion for the Third Millenium held at Punjabi University, Patiala on 27-29 March 2000
  8. Sikhism in Its Relation to Muhammadanism by Frederic Pincott, 2010-07-24
  9. Sikhism, its ideals and institutions by Teja Singh, 1964
  10. Sikhism and civilisation by Daljeet Singh, 1999
  11. Sikhism and Its Indian Context, 1469-1708 by W.Owen Cole, 1984-01-01
  12. The Doctrine and Dynamics of Sikhism by Jasbir Singh Ahluwalia, 2001
  13. Stories from Faiths: Stories from Sikhism
  14. Sikhs and Sikhism (Beliefs & believers) by S.S. Kapoor, 1999-08-25

61. Kamat's Potpourri: Topics On Sikh History And Culture
Topics on Sikh history and culture; includes a number of pictures and a timeline
Sikhism Potpourri Introduction The history and suffering of Sikhs is one of the most important episodes in the history of India. Guru Nanak Dev founded Sikhism in the fifteen century and he was followed by nine Gurus (divine teachers or prophets). Guru Angad developed the Gurumukhi script. Guru Ram Das laid the foundation for the city of Amritsar. Guru Arjun Dev compiled the Adi Grinth, the sacred text of Sikhs. But it was Guru Gobind Singh who gave Sikhism a renewed vigor and mass following in the seventeenth century. The principle of Sikhism was that there was but one God, and all men who were servants of God and Guru, and were bound together in a holy brotherhood known as the Khalsa. Guru Gobind Singh also built the institution of Akalis. The Akalis were fiercely religious devotees soldiers of God. Late in the twentieth century (1970s and 1980s), the Akalis were to wage a bloody fight against the Indian Government that led to massive armed offensive against them. Today, people of Sikh religion can be found all over the world, due to years of persecution in their homeland (in 1738 by Nadir Shah, in 1748 to 1751 by Ahmed Shah Abdadi, by British in 1849, and in 1984 by Government militia) as well as due to their entrepreneur spirit. The Sikhs (or Sardarjis as they are popularly known) have been great patrons of art, religion and scholarhood. Along with Rajputs, they are the known as the bravest people in India, and their women, among India's most beautiful. The Sikhs have participated in India's nation building for hundreds of years, fighting the British, serving in the military (the Sikh regiment is the most decorated regiment of the Indian army) and excelling in sports, and one even served as the President of India (Gianni Zail Singh). The Sikhs are a light-hearted, humorous (and hence targets of Sardarji jokes?), and religious people who love music and dance.

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64. Sikhism
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Founded in the 15th century by Guru Nanak (1469-1539 in northern India, in the Punjab... he tried to unite Hindus and Muslims.
- "Sikh" means "disciple", and they are the disciples of 10 gurus (religious teachers, little less than God).
- Guru Nanak started his revelations saying, "there is no Hindu and no Musulman (Muslim), and the path I shall follow is God's"...
- Like the "Muslims", he revealed God as the only One, the Truth, the Creator, immortal, and omnipresent... and forbade images in the temples, only the Book "Adi Granth" is the object of ceremonial reverence in the temples and the only repository of spiritual authority... because God never incarnated into a human beeing.
- Like the "Hindus", he believes in Reincarnation, the Law of Karma, celebrates the same Hindu festivals, but strongly opposes the caste system, and no Hindu gods.
The "Khalsa"
It started as religion of "love" and "peace"... but both the Hindus and Muslims fought them, and after 2 gurus were killed, they took to arms, and the religion developed from a pacifist to a new militant brotherhood called "Khalsa".

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67. Sikhism. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
2001. sikhism. By the late 1990s sikhism was the world’s fifth largestfaith and had some 175,000 US adherents and 225,000 in Canada.
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69. Sikhism
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Deep within the self is the Light of God. It radiates throughtoutthe expanse of His creation. Through the Guru's teachings, the
"Deep within the self is the Light of God. It radiates throughtout the expanse of His creation. Through the Guru's teachings, the darkness of spiritual ignorance is dispelled. The heart lotus blossoms forth and eternal peace is obtained, as one's light merges into the Supreme Light." Guru Amar Das Ji Picture Galley - Portraits of the Sikhs, Past and Present Home About S.A.H.O. Punjabi Culture Sikh American Community ... Contact Us

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