"Sikh Rituals and Practices" Please respond to the following

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What are the key beliefs and practices in Sikhism? From the religions we  studied so far, identify the religion that you believe has the most in common with Sikhism. Explain your choice by discuss at least 3 comparative aspects of these 2 religions

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Sikhs believe in one formless God who has many names and can only be known through meditating. They too believe inn samsara, karma, and rebirth after death.  Sikhs also believe that everyone has equal status before the eyes of the God.  Some of their practices include prayers which are done in multiple times per day, worship which prohibits the worship of icons, images and idols, and visiting the temple.

This religion is very similar to Islam. This is because of various common beliefs and practices. For example, they both believe in one God, practice prayers which is done in multiple times in a day just as it is done in Islam religion. They also have a sacred place for prayer and worship just there is a mosque in the Islam religion.


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