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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY

Sikh Saint-Soldier

  • Aired: 06/03/2005
  • 03:14
  • Rating: NR
The word “Sikh” means student or disciple. Sikhs have three basic core beliefs — constant meditation and remembrance of the Creator, the importance of earning a living by honest and hard work, and the importance of justice and freedom for all. The Khalsa is a brotherhood of Sikhs, who publicly take a vow to follow a certain spiritual discipline along with a physical discipline.
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A Sikh ceremony celebrates the creation of a brotherhood called the Khalsa.
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