The faith of many religions is centred on a god or gods. Sikhs believe God is ever-present in the universe.
What is an atheist?
Someone who believes there is a God
Someone who believes there is not a God
Some one who holds that the existence of God can never be proved either way
What does panentheistic mean?
God is present in creation
God is not present in creation
God does not exist
What does sargun mean?
God is all-powerful
God is all-knowing
God is present in everything and has a form
What is the name of the Sikh scripture?
Guru Granth Sahib
Where is the Mool Mantar found in the Guru Granth Sahib?
At the beginning of the Guru Granth Sahib
At the beginning and throughout the Guru Granth Sahib
At the end of the Guru Granth Sahib
What are the Five Ks?
Turban, cotton undergarment, sword, comb and bracelet
Uncut hair, cotton undergarment, sword, comb and bracelet
Uncut hair, cotton undergarment, sword, watch and bracelet
When was the Rahit Maryada published?
What are the four rites of passage that a Sikh may take part in during their life?
Birth, amrit initiation, marriage and death
Birth, turban tying, marriage and death
Birth, amrit initiation, engagement and death
How do Sikhs worship in the gurdwara?
Bow before the scripture and bring gifts (including money, milk or flowers)
Enter the gurdwara wearing shoes
What is the Sikh perspective on equality and justice?
It does not matter, prayer is more important
Some people should be treated better than others
Everyone is equal as God is inside of them and so treating them justly is part of worship