Sikhism

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The khaṇḍā, a modern symbol of Sikhism.

Sikhism is a releegion at began in Northren Indie in the 16t Century wi the teachins o a Guru kent as Nanak, an the nine Gurus at follaed oan fae him.

The releegious beliefs o the Sikhs are deep-rootit in North Indie, an hae similarities tae baith Islam an Hinduism. Houanever, Sikhs insist that their releegion cam direct fae God himsel.