sikh key terms

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yatra
a procession or pilgrimage,
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hukam
means, decree, order, command, or sanction gods intensions
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ik onkar
means "one with everything" only having one god
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Karma
A belief that if you do harm to someone, you will suffer because of your actions.
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samsara
"the cycle of life and death" or transmigration of the soul" a jonery taken in oder to reunite with god
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amrit ceromony
a baptism that amits a person into the khalsa
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kangha
a woodern comb used to comb and hold the hair in place under the turban
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kara
a steel braclet worn on the right writst as a symbol od true sikhism
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kesh
uncut hair
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mukti
liberation though god becoming free of pain and misery
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kaccha
traditinal white shorts that were used in battle during the time of guru gobind singh
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daya
compasion or murcy. To have pity on the suffering
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prem
unconditinol love the most god like charicteristic
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nimrata
"humility" or "humbless" not being prospond to think ypou are better than others
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gurbani
the teachings of the gurus
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sewa\seva
"selfless service"
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nam
meditating in rememberance of god
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harimandir
the golden temple
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langar
a communal free kitchen.
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pilgrimage
a journey taken to help a person develop spiritually
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Kaur
Princess. All female members of the Sikh community adopted Kaur as their last name to abolish the caste system and establish human equality.
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Kirpan
A short sword or knife carried by Amritdhari Sikhs as a reminder to fight for justice and against oppression
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Kirtan
Singing the praises of God. Kirtan is usually conducting with the aid of musical instruments such as Harmonium and Tabla
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Maya
Materialistic things. For example money, gold, real estate and other worldly possesions
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Sikh
A follower of Sikhism. the learner
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Singh
Lion. All male members of the Sikh community adopted Singh as their last name to abolish the caste system and establish human equality.
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Sangat
Company of the people who are close to God and will help you get close to God.
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Saint
A saint in Sikhism means a person who is a true devotee of God and spends most of his time in meditation of God.
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Punjabi
The language spoken by the Punjabi people. Most Sikhs speak Punjabi language.m
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marty
a personm who is killed because of there religon or belifes
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