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Sikhism

Guru (1469 – c. 1539) who founded Sikhism Click to show or hide the answer
The word Sikh means Click to show or hide the answer
State of India in which Sikhism is concentrated Click to show or hide the answer
Sacred city of Sikhism – location of the Golden Temple (twinned with Sandwell, West Midlands, England) Click to show or hide the answer
Place of worship (a Punjabi word, meaning 'door to the Guru') Click to show or hide the answer
Holy book of Sikhism Click to show or hide the answer
The grace of God, which enables Sikhs to find God Click to show or hide the answer
The Sikh initiation ceremony (equivalent of baptism) Click to show or hide the answer
The collective body of all initiated (baptised) Sikhs - sometimes referred to as 'the Company of the Faithful' - founded by Guru Gobind Singh (1666 – 1708); name means 'pure', 'genuine', 'sovereign' or 'free' Click to show or hide the answer

The five K's, worn by the Khalsa

Kes Click to show or hide the answer
Kangha Click to show or hide the answer
Kirpan Click to show or hide the answer
Kachh Click to show or hide the answer
Kara Click to show or hide the answer

Last name taken by all Sikh men
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meaning Click to show or hide the answer
Last name taken by all Sikh women
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Sikh Wars, in which Sikh rebellions were defeated by the British Click to show or hide the answer
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