Sikhism Prayers

A collection of prayers and religious scriptures from the Sikhism Religion.

Sikhism is a religion that has a main goal to build a loving and beneficial, close relationship with the Creator. Sikhism was started based upon the teachings of Guru Nanak, and were followed by 9 other Gurus. The tenth Guru, Gobind Singhm named the religions scripture “Guru Granth Sahib” to be the Sikh’s final Guru. The religion teaches to lead an active life and to be creative. They believe in truthfulness and purity, with a goal to control oneself. A desire of the religion is to be companion with the creator in friendship and to follow in our creators will. The religions main prayer root is the “Mul Mantar” which is a prayer that has fundaments based upon a “One Creator”. The main belief of Sikhism is based upon faith and belief in the name of the One Creator. In Sikhism they refer to the creator as “Waheguru” which translated is “Wonderful Lord”.

There are an estimated 26 million Sikh’s world wide. (2021)

Regardless of what we nickname our Oldest Ancestors, one thing all Religions have in common, We Love Our Oldest Parents.

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