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DSST World Religions

Guru Granth Sahib or Adi Granth Sikh's holiest scripture (the first book), it is the final guru (not in the form of a person, but a book)
Khalsa The community of the pure Sikhs who are prepared to die for their faith, as inspired by Guru Gobind Singh.
Kirtan Devotional singing of hymns from the Guru Granth Sahib in Sikhism.
Jap Ji The first morning prayer of Sikhs, written by Guru Nanak
Sangat A Sikh congregation, in which all are ideally considered equal. No caste system exists.
Nam The holy Name of God reverberating throughout all of Creation, as repeated by Sikhs.
Sikh ‘Student’ especially one who practices the teachings of the ten gurus.
Guru Nanak founder of Sikhism in the 1400s in Pakistan & Punjab (NW India). The first of 10 gurus or holy teachers. Decided to follow neither Hinduism or Islam.
Satguru Sikhs believe in this one god whose name means "true teacher."
The Golden Temple Sikhism's holiest shrine, this temple devoted to worship, by day it houses the Guru Granth Sahib (the holy scripture)
Langara As a mark of equality, Sikhs often eat communally in this shared dining room attached to the temple
Gurdwara A community center and base for charitable work in the community, this building is attached to the temple
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