What do Sikhs and Hindus have in common?
Both Sikhs and Hindus celebrate the festival Diwali .. (festival of lights)
Sikhs celebrate to mark the return of the sixth guru GURU HARGOBIND SINGH JI, after being freed from imprisonment.
Hindus celebrate to mark the return of Rama after 14 years in exile ....
A high proportion of Hindu people are vegetarians as their religion encourages compassion for animals. Those who do eat meat generally refrain from eating beef or pork. For Hindus, cows are sacred animals. Sikhs also are often vegetarian though meat is not prohibited. Many Sikhs will not eat pork or beef. Muslims are more specifically prohibited from eating pork.
The followers of Vaishno Hinduism are vegetarians. Many other Hindu's are not vegetarian. Sikhs are not compelled by their religion to be vegetarian, but those Sikhs who were converted from Vaishno Hindu's tend to be vegetarian. Both Hindu's and Sikhs eat Jhatka meat, or that which is killed with one blow. Sikhs cannot eat Kuttha meat or that which has been ritually killed Halal or Kosher. Hindu's too don't eat Halal or Kosher generally.
Sikhs mostly live in Punjab and harder worker than the rest of Indian's Punjab is the richest state in India. Most of the armed forces in India are Sikhs every year Sikhs spend billions of dollars a year investing in India world wide. The majority of the food production up to 90% comes from India. Hindus are extremists and run the government. They usually make Sikhs fight other Sikhs. Sikhs are only 2% of the…
No, they are fully different religions with different faiths. Buddhists and Muslims do not share the same religious views especially Theravada Buddhists who don't worship a "god" Buddhists share some common features with Hindus, Sikhs and Jains. however. Muslims have some common features with Jews and Christians.