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Summary of Question:Regarding Sikh
Category:Sikh Practices
Date Posted:Saturday, 6/17/2000 8:00 AM MDT

Respected Sir,

My Question is

I want to know the defination of a Guru sikh Person ...?


Waiting for reply

Jasdeep Singh


Dear Jasdeep Singhji;
Sat Siri Akal.
A Gursikh defines HIMSELF (or herself) as a Sikh of the True Guru, and bows to NONE other than the Siri Guru Granth Sahib. He is a fearless one who wears the form of Guru Gobind Singh ("bana": the turban and 5 Ks), remembers the Name of God daily ("banee" and "Simran") and serves others in his community without thought of reward ("Seva"). Banee, Bana, Simran, & Seva define the daily life of a Sikh.

Gursikhs believe that There is One Creator of the Creation (Ik Onkaar), and that all paths, faiths, and religions, though different on the surface, worship the same One Creator. This is stated in the very first words of the Siri Guru Granth Sahib, in the verse known as "Mool Mantr" (root mantra).

I hope this answers your question.
God bless you,
-Dharmatma Kaur

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