In a Gurdwara
In Sikhism you can pray anytime and any place.Though Sikhs can also and usually pray when they go to Gurudwara (Sikh place of worship).
Sikhs believe in the 10 gurus. They learn the scriptures and pray from the holy book Guru Granth Sahib.
Sikhism is followed by people who agree with the beliefs of Sikhism as well as to help them become a better person.
Sikhs can pray as often as they want. However, it's required that we pray at least three times a day. Once before dawn, once at sunset, and once before sleep.
Sikhism has around 25.8million follows 75% of this religion is from India : ^ )
Sikhs are the followers of Sikhism.ANS#2: People who follow Shri Guru Granth Sahib and the ten Gurus are the followers of Sikhism.
Punjabi people are mainly sikhs or hindus but mainly sikhs they pray to god like most people if you want to know more just go on google and search Sikhism Have a great day -Mysterious Helper
The person who created Sikhism was Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
Yes they do. Sikhism is actually a monotheist religion, an infusion of Hinduism and Islam.
yes they so pray they pray for everything that they can pray for
they are called sikhs.
1,500 people follow Sikhism worldwide.ANS#2:Sikhism is one of the world's youngest religions, but is the fifth largest religion in the World with over 25 million followers.
People pray with just about anybody. Many times people will pray in their place of worship with other worshipers. Also people pray at home with friends and family (think saying a prayer before a meal). And many times people pray by themselves.
Sikhism is practiced by anyone from anywhere willing to follow the rules and conventions of the religion.
they pray in a mosque
People pray to have communication with God.
They pray because they are religious, spiritual people and Almost all religious, spiritual people pray.
They wish and pray for the exact same things straight people wish and pray for.