What is the sacred writings of Sikh?
The Sikh Scripture is called 'Guru Granth Sahib'. It is a collection of teachings and writings by Guru Nanak and other Gurus as well as Sikh, Hindu and Muslim saints.
The two sacred writings of India are Vedas and puranas.
They are a collection of tributes to righteous thoughts and actions, guidance on how one should behave, the virtues of being a good person etc. Take a look for yourself: http://www.srigranth.org/
The sacred writings of Hindus are known as VEDAs. They are foue in number. Apart from these, Ramayana and Maha Bharatha are also known to be sacred.
It is the sacred book at the Sikh Religion.
There is not enough room to write a summary of all sacred writings. I suggest you try a search engine for sites devoted to each sacred writing.
Generally, religions prefer to their sacred writings as scriptures. The Christians have the Bible, the Muslims the Koran, and the Hindus the four Vedas
The Guru Granth Sahib.
the sacred writing is called the BIBLE all other writings and belief's must!! harmonize with the BIBLE no matter who the author is!
the nihongi and the kojiki
All 24 books of the Hebrew Bible are considered sacred to Judaism. The primary sacred books are the books of the Torah. Secondary would be the books of the Prophets, and lastly, the Holy Writings, such as the Psalms and Proverbs.
If by "sacred writings" you mean the Bible then, The Bible teaches: the non Christian how to put his relationship right with God and the Christian how to walk in fellowship with God.
A Sikh temple is called a Gurdwara.
They have many writings. Among them are the Vedas, the Bhagad Gita, etc.
The Church Fathers.
The body of sacred writings of the Zoroastrian religion
I they are Agamas, or "precepts" or Siddhantas or "treatises."
The sacred writings in a whole is called the TaNaKh which stands for Torah, Nevi'im and Ketuvim. It is written in the Jewish language called Hebrew, except for the books Ezra, Nehemiah, Daniel which are written in Aramaic.
The supposition in the question that there are three holy books in Judaism is incorrect. The Hebrew Bible or Tanakh is the only sacred text in Judaism. The Torah is part of the Hebrew Bible, specifically its first five books and is not a separate work. The question was likely thinking about the Talmud, which is incorrectly believed by many Non-Jews to be a sacred text in Judaism. The Talmud is considered a legal codification… Read More
Upanishads and Vedas are sacred writings of the Hindus
Just about every single one.
the gurudwara which ever sikh does not know this you seriously need some help
The Holy Bible that contains both the Old Testament and New Testament. There are 66 books of inspired writings.
Adi Granth or Guru Granth Sahib is sacred book of Sikhs, which is regarded as the final Guru of the Sikhs. It contains the hymns of Sikh gurus.
According to Hindu Vedas Mahabharata Ramayan Bhagwat Geeta are the most holy writings. These were written by Supreme God himself.
Vedas are the sacred writings of Hinduism. They are Rik Veda, Yajur Veda, Sama Veda and Atharvana Veda. Ramayana and Maha Bharatha are also known to be sacred.
Sikhs only believe in 1 god... there are 10 Teachers or Guru's which have indicated the path to God through their collective writings in the 11th Guru the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh Holy Book).
No, there is no thought in Sikhism about cows or any other living creature being more sacred than other. Every kind of life has its own uniqueness.
To answer that question you need to know: WHO DECIDES whether something is 'Sacred' or not? Do 'believers' get to decide that? Some 'believers' consider the Bible 'sacred'. Others do not. Or would 'the Writer' decide something is sacred, and then expect the readers to consider it 'sacred'? Actually, if Almighty God had the Bible written, then that's reason enough for 'believers' to consider the Bible as a 'sacred document' from the Creator of the… Read More
there arent any they dont have any written texts
The Bible, the Torah, the Quran, the Vedas, the Granth Sahib, etc.
Buddha did not consider any text to be sacred. His followers decided to write down what they remembered he said as they were getting old. They never claimed the writings to be exact or sacred. Theravada uses just the writings of these as a reference. Mahayana has expanded the reference sources. The Vijarana (Dalai Lama) have even more different ones.
As such there is no clergy in Sikhism. every Sikh have equal right to perform all practices in Sikh faith. they are called granthi singhs, giani ji, bhai ji. Ragi singhs perform gurbani kirtan ( kirtan- singing of sacred text/ gurbani)
The Jewish Bible is called the Tanach. The word Tanach is an acronym representing its three sections: Torah (Teachings), Nevi'im (Prophets), K'tuvim (Writings).
Your question needs to say what particular religion you are asking about, in order for anyone to answer it.
Believed to be about 3,700 years old, the Rigveda is PART of the sacred writings of the Hindu religion.
The Vedas are the sacred text of the Hindu religion. Religious writings answer from Novanet...
Muhammad's teachings were preserved in the Qur'an ad the Hadith as sacred writings.
Only the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) is sacred in Judaism. Other books such as the Talmud are important and are part of Judaism, but do not have the sanctity of the Tanakh.
Yes and no. Secularism implies the absence of discrimination or bias against any religious groups, and in this way can be inclusive of all religious groups (and include atheist and agnostic beliefs, for which there are no sacred writings). By being inclusive of all religious groups, secularism can be seen as accepting all sacred writings as equally valid, without necessarily accepting any to be true.
Guru Granth Sahib Ji is the 11th and eternal Guru of the Sikh religion. Though it can be seen as a scripture from an outside view but within is Sikhism, it is treated as the living embodiment of Guru and respected in that manner.
The Sikh sacred language is Gurmukhi and Sunskrit. They are the languages in which the Guru Granth Sahib (the holy book) is written in.
Christianity: New Testament, Old Testament (Old Testament=Torah) Judaism: Torah, N'viim (Prophets), Kituvim (Writings), Islam: Koran
Revelations from Allah through the angel Jibreel aka Gabriel
there are Vedas, Mahabharata and Ramayan. There is also purana and other scriptures.
The Holy scripture of Sikhs is called Guru Granth Sahib Ji. It contains the writings of seven Sikh Gurus along with the writings of fifteen Saints of different socio-economic and religious background who were Hindus and Muslims.
The Qura'n and the Hadith are the pre-eminent sacred texts. Muslims still, however believe in the holy books of the Jews and Christians; i.e, people of the book.
According to sacred Tradition and apocryphal writings, St. Joachim was the father of Mary.
John A. Abruzzese has written: 'The theology of hearts in the writings of St. Francis de Sales' -- subject(s): Devotion to Sacred Heart, Sacred Heart, Devotion to
The sacred text of Judaism is called the Tanach. The word Tanach is an acronym made from the names of its three parts: Torah (Teachings), Nevi'im (Prophets), K'tuvim (Writings).