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 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.
It is the sacred book at the Sikh Religion.
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.
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.
The Guru Granth Sahib.
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 nihongi and the kojiki
A Sikh temple is called a Gurdwara.
The Church Fathers.
the sacred writing is called the BIBLE all other writings and belief's must!! harmonize with the BIBLE no matter who the author is!
They have many writings. Among them are the Vedas, the Bhagad Gita, etc.
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.
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.
I they are Agamas, or "precepts" or Siddhantas or "treatises."
The body of sacred writings of the Zoroastrian religion
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