The same one God that is worshiped by all monotheistic religions, They call him Waheguru.
They view all, or at least these major, religions as differing in worship, but describing the same inherent God. They regard the differences between the various religions akin to looking at the same thing from different viewpoints since all the major religions agree to this deity's inherent nature (compassionate, all-knowing, all-seeing, etc.). Sikhs believe that there is only one god that created all of us, that created everything.AnswerSikh people worship in a place called a "Gurdwara."
The word gurdwara means "the door of the Guru" (Guru means Teacher and Dwara means door.) It houses the book that Sikhs venerate, the Guru Granth Sahib. In the gurdwara any type of person can come into the gurdwara, no matter the colour, religon.
The Sikh people worship at a place called Diwaan. It's purpose is to praise God and the spirituality of the community.
This Sikh symbol means there is only one god. This means that the Sikh people must believe and worship this one god.
The people of the Sikh religion worship in the Gurdwara
yes they do
They Pray And Worship Their God.
Sikhs go to pray and worship their god
Sikh place of worship is called "Gurudwara"
The Confucian house of worship is called a Gurdwara. This is the Sikh house of worship and there is no god regarded in Confucianism.
Sikh people worship and pray at what is called a gurdwara. People of all faiths are welcomed. The worldwide Sikh population is estimated to be 23.8 million.
The Gurdwara in the Sikh religion is a place of worship for the Skihs. However, all different types of people are allowed into the Gurdwara to worship.
God in Sikh is called "Waheguru" pronounced as "WAA-HAY-GUROO" . But Sikh scripture has names of God from almost all religions. Sikh place of worship is called "Gurdwara" means "house of you spiritual teacher".
There is no such thing in Sikhism, that it is to be worshiped on a specific day. every day is a day to worship for a Sikh. a Sikh is ordered by his gurus to remember the god every time of every day
Its Sikh and not Seik. Sikhs worship One God they refer to Him/Her as Wahiguru.For Sikhs God has no form,color,shape but God is present everywhere and can been seen by spiritually awakened.
The Sikh place of worship at a Gurdwara. Translated it means Gurus House.
Sikh Temples are knows as "Gurdwaras". As per Sikhism, any one can worship at any time and any place. Gurdwaras are the places where Sikhs unite and worship / praise God together.
People don't worship the Golden Temple. The Golden Temple is a place of worship, just like other Sikh Temples.
A Godwara. Also known as a Sikh Temple.
Its at a Sikh Temple, also known as, the Gurdwara.
Sikh place of Worship is called Gurudwara.
Jewish people worship one God
People worship god in church or they can worship him anywhere.There are many names for various places of worship depending on your religion. But most would allow that you can worship anywhere.
Jews worship God.
There is no necessary place for worship as Sikhs believe that god in within one and within all. However, an example for a "worship centre" for Sikhs could be the gurdawara. The gurdawara is the Sikh temple.
God is God, so worship God, don't worry about what people think of it. It is a basic human right to love and worship God.