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Vad är Sikhism? | Sikh Lektionsplan

Vad är Sikhism?

Lektionsplaner av Liane Hicks

Sikhism utövas av cirka 26 miljoner människor och är den femte största religionen i världen. Det är också en av världens yngsta religioner eftersom det grundades omkring 1500 CE i Punjab -regionen i norra Indien och Pakistan av religiösa läraren Guru Nanak. Ordet Sikh i Punjabi betyder Guds lärjunge. En anhängare av sikhismen dyrkar en Gud och strävar efter att leva ett fredligt liv med ärlighet, välgörenhet, jämlikhet och tro.


Sikhism

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Låt eleverna organisera viktiga fakta om sikhismen i en spindelkarta! Från grundare till tro och ursprung.

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  • Hindus actually only believe in one God, Brahman, the eternal origin who is the cause and foundation of all existence. The gods of the Hindu faith represent different forms of Brahman. These gods are sent to help people find the universal God (Brahman). Most Hindus have a personal god or godess such as Shiva, Krishna or Lakshmi to whom they pray regularly. The three most important Hindu gods (forms of Brahman) are: Brahma - known as the Creator. Vishnu - Known as the Preserver Shiva (Siva)- known as the Destroyer. Other Hindu gods include: Saraswathi - Goddess of Wisdom - Wife of Lord Brahma. Saraswathi is the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music and all the creative arts. Lakshmi - Goddess of Wealth - Wife of Lord Vishnu. Lakshmi is the goddess of light, beauty, good fortune and wealth. Parvati - regarded as a representation of Shakti. Parvati is the wife of Lord Shiva and the Godess of household and motherhood. (Shakti is by literal definition sacred force, power, or energy. Shakti is the personnification of Brahman as feminine) Ganesha - Son of Shiva and Parvati. The Hindu god in a human form but with the head of an elephant.Click To EditHindus actually only believe in one God, Brahman, the eternal origin who is the cause and foundation of all existence. The gods of the Hindu faith represent different forms of Brahman. These gods are sent to help people find the universal God (Brahman). Most Hindus have a personal god or godess such as Shiva, Krishna or Lakshmi to whom they pray regularly. The three most important Hindu gods (forms of Brahman) are: Brahma - known as the Creator. Vishnu - Known as the Preserver Shiva (Siva)- known as the Destroyer. Other Hindu gods include: Saraswathi - Goddess of Wisdom - Wife of Lord Brahma. Saraswathi is the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music and all the creative arts. Lakshmi - Goddess of Wealth - Wife of Lord Vishnu. Lakshmi is the goddess of light, beauty, good fortune and wealth. Parvati - regarded as a representation of Shakti. Parvati is the wife of Lord Shiva and the Godess of household and motherhood. (Shakti is by literal definition sacred force, power, or energy. Shakti is the personnification of Brahman as feminine) Ganesha - Son of Shiva and Parvati. The Hindu god in a human form but with the head of an elephant.HelpEscapeInsert ParagraphUndo the last commandRedo the last commandTabUntabSet a bold styleSet a italic styleSet a underline styleSet a strikethrough styleClean a styleSet left alignSet center alignSet right alignSet full alignToggle unordered listToggle ordered listOutdent on current paragraphIndent on current paragraphChange current block's format as a paragraph(P tag)Change current block's format as H1Change current block's format as H2Change current block's format as H3Change current block's format as H4Change current block's format as H5Change current block's format as H6Insert horizontal ruleShow Link DialogSummernote 0.8.18 · Project · Issues
  • Guru Granth Sahib
  • Guru Granth Sahib
  • POPULATION TODAY
  • 26 million Sikhs Worldwide!
  • PLACE OF ORIGIN
  • YEARS IT BEGAN
  • 1500C.E.
  • SPIRITUAL LEADERS
  • “Accept all humans as your equals, and let them be your only sect.”-Guru Nanak
  • There are about 26 million Sikhs worldwide which is 0.3% of the population. About 20 million live in India and across with globe with roughly 850,000 in the United Kingdom, 470,000 in Canada, 700,000 in the United States, 100,000 in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania, 125,000 in Australia, and 100,000 in Malaysia.
  • .3% of the World's Population are Sikh!
  • Sikhism began in the Punjab region in today's northern India and eastern Pakistan. Other words for Sikhism are Sikhi, Gursikhi, and Gurmat.
  • The Sikh faith began around 1500 CE, when Guru Nanak had a revelation and began teaching a faith that was separate from Hinduism and Islam, the dominant religions of the time period.
  • ORIGINS
  • A Guru is Sikh religious teacher and messenger from God, literally one who removes the darkness of ignorance by giving the light of knowledge. Sikhs follow the teaching of 10 Gurus and the "Eternal Guru”, which is the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy text. A granthi is a person responsible for reading the Sikh holy book during public worship in the gurdwara. A granthi is not a priest as Sikhism does not have hierarchy or priesthood and can be a man or a woman.
  • HOUSES OF WORSHIP
  • FACTS ABOUT SIKHISM
  • SYMBOLS & SACRED OBJECTS
  • BELIEFS
  • Belief in One God,Waheguru (Wonderful Lord)
  • Follow teachings of 10 Sikh Gurus&Guru Granth Sahib
  • Guru Nanak had a revelation from God. He believed that there is only one God that created all and exists within all. He was against rituals and praying to idols. He believed that all were equal. The teachings of Guru Nanak, his nine successors, and the Guru Granth Sahib are the basis of the Sikh faith.
  • Sikh temples are called Gurdwaras or "The Door that Leads to the Guru". They have the Guru Granth Sahib; four doors open to all; a Nishan Sahib flag. People cover heads, take off shoes, wash hands and feet, and sit on the floor as equals. There are Kirtan (singing of hyms from the Guru Granth Sahib); Katha (reading the scriptures); and Langar (a free community kitchen for all regardless of background or religion); and libraries and schools.
  • The Khanda is the main symbol of Sikhism with a central sword for the belief in one God, the Chakkar for the unity and continuity of God and the two crossed kirpans representing both spiritual and political/societal obligations. Sikhs that are baptized are obliged to have the 5Ks. The flag "Nishan Sahib" flies outside most Gurdwaras. Many Sikhs use a japamala for prayers.
  • 5 Ks:Kesh (uncut hair) Kangha (wooden comb) Kara (iron bracelet) Kachera (cotton shorts)Kirpan (iron dagger)
  • Sikhism is a monotheistic religion with only one God, Waheguru (Wondrous Lord). Sikhs learn about God through the teachings of Guru Nanak and the nine successive Sikh Gurus or "Enlightened Leaders". To be a full member of the Sikh community you must be baptized at the Amrit ceremony. Sikhs believe in the importance of prayer, charity, the duty to care for others, and the equality of all.
  • Prayer, Peace, Equality, Charity
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