Why is Sikhism so important?
Sikhism is a religion so of course it is not importent to those of other religeon.
Sikhs think that Guru Nanak's teaching is extremely important. This is because he saw God and created Sikhism, he must have known all about Sikhism (because he created it). Most Sikhs look up to him and admire him. I think that Guru Nanak must have been very inspirational! Also all Sikhs should look up to him as he seems like he will have been an exceptional leader/teacher.
it is important because it includes a lot of ceremonies not to forget the main part the wedding which includes the bhajii reciting the the guru granth sahib (the holy book). Overall, it really is important as there are certain parts and features. Plus, Guru's teach Sikh's that family life is important, so that make marriage even more important!
there were no religion combined to make Sikhism but it was the Hindu religion turned into Sikhism as there was no one to protect hindus from Muslim emperor in India. so guru gobind singh ji made a new religion who will fight against the injustice by anyone on anyone and will protect other reigious communities. Sikhs were given different identity so that they can't neglect themselves from bring a soldier of guru gobind singh ji…
Well, every religion has something for somebody so Sikhism may have something for somebody too. Please follow the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sikhism But one thing could be sure interesting in Sikhism as you asked, since Sikhism happens to be the one of the youngest religion of the world only little more than 500 years old as compared to Judaism, Christianity, Islam,Hinduism,Jainism and Buddhism which goes more than thousand years old, any one who follows Sikhism remains young…
Sikhism believes in one and only God. Sikhism believe that to reach the Almighty the true Guru is MUST who can lead us on the way to God. Sikhs have 11 Guru Sahibs, from Guru Nanak Dev Ji to Guru Granth Sahib Ji. So in Sikhism, only Almighty is the Supreme who creates, nurture and destroy all beings.
Sikhism as a religion believes in the followings: 1.Sikhism believes in One GOD. 2.Sikhism believes Guru Granth Sahib as the last and eternal Gurus of Sikhs. 3.Sikhism believes in Karma- the law of cause and effect. 4.Sikhism believes in Reincarnation. 5.Sikhism believes in Multiple paths to salvation. 6.Sikhism opposes Pilgrimage,rituals practices.
it is very important to Sikhism people because they believe that deforestation is a very bad thing because it is destroying god creation and they don't want to see gods world being cut down and even more thing like that. They believe that the animals should keep their home and not have it taken away by a bunch of stupid people that are just so selfish.
The effect's that Guru Nanak had on Sikhism is Huge. He was the one who created the religion of Sikhism. He travelled allot with his friends and told stories to the villages and what you should do. He would not eat with the higher cast because he only ate food of honest, hard work (The wealthy banker story). So basically the affects are big. He change what people think and do. So that's the answer…