Important Questions and their Answers.
Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism had spread a simple message of 'EK ONG KAR' - there is only one immortal GOD, the Creator also called the AKAL PURAKH. Guru Ji also preached the Sikhs to be away from social evils like casteism , sectarianism, fanaticism but respect all religions. Guru Ji taught the following to lead a fruitful and happy life:
Naam Japna - Praying. It is the duty of a true Sikh to accept the Ten Gurus and Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji as his/her spiritual teachers. He should regularly read the Sri Guru Granth Sahib, meditate and act upon its preaching and have faith in God (Waheguru).
Kirat Karna - Working. A devout Sikh leads an honest, truthful, simple and family oriented life. That is believing in the dignity of work and labour and knowing one's responsibilities.
Wand Chakna - Sharing. It is the duty of a true Sikh to contribute towards the welfare of society by offering selfless service without expecting any rewards. He should also contribute ten percent of his income to charity (Daswand).
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