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Siikizim

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Guru Nanak ena di founda a di rilijan a Siikizim ah di fos a ilebm Siik Guuru, di ilebmt wan biin di libm Guuru, Guuru Grant Sahib

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Taip Monotiyizim
Founda Guru Nanak Dev
Liida
Gad
Siekrid buk Guuru Grant Sahib
Niem a di memba Siik
Nomba a memba 25 000 000

Siikizim (ˈsɪkɨzəm), ar Sikhi,Sikhism (indijinosli nuo az Sikhī) arijiniet frah di wod Sikh, we koh frah di Sanskrit ruut śiṣya miinin "disaipl", ar śikṣa miinin "inschrokshan".[1][2]) (ਸਿੱਖੀ Sikkhī, ˈsɪkːʰiː, frah Sikh, miinin "disaipl", ar "laana"), a monotiyistik rilijan we arijiniet ina di Punjab riijan a Sout Ieja (sobkantinental India) juurin di 15t senchri.[3][4] Di fondamental biliif a Siikizim, aatikiuliet ina di siekrid skripcha Guuru Grant Sahib, ingkluud fiet ah meditieshan pah di niem a di wan krieata, yuuniti ah ikualiti a aal yuumankain, fi ingiej ina selfles saabis, fi schraiv fi suoshal jostis fi di Sarbat da bhala (benifit ah prasperiti fi aal), ah anis kandok ah laivliud wails smadi a-lib ousuolda laif.[5][6][7] Alduo wan a di yonggis mongx di mieja wol rilijan, wid uoba 25 milian adierent wolwaid, Siikizim a di fif-laajis rilijan ina di wol.[8]

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  1. Singh, Khushwant. 2006. The Illustrated History of the Sikhs. Oxford University Press, India. ISBN 978-0-19-567747-8. p. 15
  2. Nabha, Kahan Sahib Singh. 1930. (Punjabi) Gur Shabad Ratnakar Mahan Kosh. [1] axes 29 May 2006, p. 720
  3. W.Owen Cole, Piara Singh Sambhi. 1993.Sikhism and Christianity: A Comparative Study (Themes in Comparative Religion). Palgrave Macmillan, United Kingdom, p. 117. ISBN 0333541073
  4. Christopher Partridge. 2013. Introduction to World Religions. Fortress Press. ISBN 978-0-8006-9970-3, pp. 429–
  5. Sewa Singh Kalsi. Sikhism. Chelsea House, Philadelphia. pp. 41–50
  6. William Owen Cole, Piara Singh Sambhi. 1995. The Sikhs: Their Religious Beliefs and Practices. Sussex Academic Press. p. 200
  7. Teece, Geoff. 2004. Sikhism:Religion in focus. Black Rabbit Books. ISBN 978-1-58340-469-0. p. 4
  8. Michael McDowell, Nathan Robert Brown. 2009. World Religions at Your Fingertips Alpha Books. ISBN 978-1-59257-846-7. p. 232