Sikhism

Celebration

Most popular holiday is Visakhi, which is on April 14. It is a cultural and spiritual celebration. It is celebrated as a harvest festival in Punjab. It also marks the day of Guru Gobind Singh. The celebration includes parades, music, and dancing.
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Articles of Faith

Kesh- uncut hair, which is kept covered by a distinctive turban

Kirpan- a religious sword, which represents readiness to protect the weak and fight against injustice

Kara- a metal bracelet, which represents strength

Kanga- a wooden comb, which represents cleanliness

Kachera- cotton undergarments, which represents self-disipline

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The Guru Granth Sahib

This is a collection of hymns, and poems and is unique among holy scriptures. It also contains the words of saints and prophets of other religions.
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Gurdwaras

The Gurdwaras, or Golden temple, is the most popular gurdwaras in the world. It was built in the 1580s by Guru Arjan Dev, the fifth Guru, who wanted Sikhs to have a central place of worship. It has four doors and they are open to anyone, regardless of religion.
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