Sikhism Revision
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  • Question 1
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    Q.

    What do Sikhs believe about their God?

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    Almighty, creator, satnam (eternal reality) Waheguru (wonderful Lord)

    Almighty, observer, satnam (blessed reality) Waheguru (wonderful Lord)

    Transcendent, creator, satnam (eternal reality) Waheguru (overlord)

    Transcendent, observer, satnam (eternal reality) Waheguru (wonderful Lord)

  • Question 2
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    What is the meaning of the Ik Onkar?

    answer choices

    God watches over us all

    There is one and only One God

    God is almighty

    God is all-knowing

  • Question 3
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    What do the three parts of the Khanda represent?

    answer choices

    Double-edged Sword – Power of God

    Circle – Eternal love

    2 Swords on outside – Sikhs are willing to fight for what’s right

    Circle – One eternal God- no beginning and no end

    Double-edged Sword – Fighting for victory

  • Question 4
    10 seconds
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    What did Guru Nanak teach about how people should live their lives?

    answer choices

    Earn it yourself by any means.

    Take whatever you want from other people.

    Things must be earned by your own honest, hard work.

    Just wait around for good things to happen.

  • Question 5
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    Q.

    What story illustrated this point?

    answer choices

    The poor and rich man's bread.

    The poor man and thief's gold.

    The poor and rich man's clothes.

    The rich man's goat.

  • Question 6
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    What was Guru Nanak's main teaching about the path to God?

    answer choices

    Only the Sikh path leads to God.

    There is neither Hindu nor Muslim, all paths lead to God.

    There is neither Hindu nor Buddhist, all paths lead to God.

    The Hindu and Muslim paths are completely incompatible.

  • Question 7
    10 seconds
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    What are the names of the most important Guru's in Sikhism (1st and 10th)?

    answer choices

    Guru Nanak and Guru Angad

    Guru Nanak and Guru Amar Das

    Guru Amar Das and Guru Gobind Singh

    Guru Nanak and Guru Gobind Singh

  • Question 8
    10 seconds
    Q.

    What is the Guru Granth Sahib?

    answer choices

    The Sikh holy book and final guru

    The altar

    The Sikh holy book

    The diary of Guru Nanak

  • Question 9
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    Q.

    What are two ways Sikhs show respect to the Guru Granth Sahib?

    answer choices

    Parade it through the streets and wave a fan (chauri) over it

    Put it to bed at night and bow before it

    Bow before it and sing a lullaby

    Always keep it covered and never read it

  • Question 10
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    Q.

    What are the 5K's and their meanings?

    answer choices

    Kesh- Uncut Hair- Symbol of dedication to God

    Kachera- Shorts- Symbol of modesty and readiness for action

    Kirpan- Sword- Symbol of willingness to defend truth and justice

    Kara- Bangle- Symbol of God's eternity

    Kangha- Comb- Symbol of cleanliness and discipline

    Kesh- Uncut Hair- Symbol of laziness

    Kachera- Shorts- Symbol of sleeping

    Kirpan- Sword- Symbol of death

    Kara- Bangle- Symbol of accessories

    Kangha- Comb- Hair maintenance

    Kesh- Uncut Hair- Symbol of dedication to God

    Kachera- Shorts- Symbol of cleanliness and discipline

    Kirpan- Sword- Symbol of war

    Kara- Bangle- Symbol of God's power

    Kangha- Comb- Symbol of modesty and readiness for action

  • Question 11
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    Q.

    What features can help you identify a Gurdwara from the outside?

    answer choices

    Nishan Sahib (Flag)

    Symbols- Khanda

    Dome on top

    Symbols- Ik Onkar and Khanda

    Blue door

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