Chapter 7 Level 2 - Sikhism
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Nanak and his wife, Sulakhani, moved to the religiously diverse community of
Sikh sacred texts in addition to the Adi Granth include
The Dasam Granth and the rahit-nama.
Which of the following characteristics are not among the five accompanying vices of haumai?
Spiritual liberation according to Sikh teachings implies
being in the presence of God
The regulatory code that spells out the correct belief and behavior for members of the Khalsa is the
Under the leadership of Ranjit Singh (1780-1839), the Sikh community
thrived as a sovereign kingdom in the Punjab
A nationalist movement of recent times that has involved Sikhs in conflict, both within and outside the Sikh community, is commonly called
An act symbolizing Sikh unity involves consumption of karah Prasad, which is
A special pudding made of wheat flour, sugar, and ghee.
One important Sikh ritual of the life cycle is Amrit sanchar, the
Khalsa initiation ceremony
Which of the following is not part of the traditional Sikh death ritual?
Burial of the body within one day of death.
Nanak was born in 1469 C.E. in a small village near Lahore (in present-day Pakistan) to Hindu parents of the ruling class (the kshatriyas).
Drawing from his revelation experience, Nanak continued proclaiming his own religious ideals, among them belief in the Hindu triad of gods, Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva.
Every copy of the Adi Granth is identical in both script and page number; there are 1,430 pages in every copy.
As revealer of the divine self to human beings God is referred to as Guru, for in this manner God delivers humans from darkness to enlightenment.
When the Golden Temple was being built, Mian Mir, a Muslim Sufi saint, laid the foundation stone.
Sikhism strictly advocates vegetarianism for all Sikhs.
All Sikh men are required to wear a turban as part of Sikh religious practice.
According to Sikh ideals as defined by the Khalsa, a Sikh woman is only to be married to a Sikh, but caste status is not to be taken into consideration.
On one occasion, while visiting a famous Hindu shrine, Nanak found himself among _________________ throwing water toward the rising sun as an offering to their dead ancestors.
Texts composed over the centuries that spell out the ideals of the Khalsa and of Sikhism itself are collectively referred to as the _______________.
The Janam-sakhi is a collection of stories about the life of _____________________.
In addition to being the Creator, the Sikh God is also the ___________________ and the Destroyer.
According to Sikh teachings, God is immanent in creation through __________________, the divine order.
Sikhism's doctrine of spiritual deliverance is not dependent in any way on one's __________________ status or gender.
Each place of Sikh worship typically has within it a community kitchen, called the __________.
When a daughter is born to Khalsa Sikhs, along with her first name she is given the name __________, which means "princess."
Explain how the Mul Mantra provides a concise summary of Sikh theology.
Identify the contributions of Guru Gobind Singh for the development of Sikhism, focusing on the origin and relevance of the Khalsa.
What sort of challenges are faced by Sikhs in the modern world who wish to follow traditional customs, and what sorts of accommodations have governments made?
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