KS3 RE Quiz
Sikhism 01
Singh (lion) is added to a baby boy's surname.

Sikhism 01

Most followers of Sikhism live in Punjab, India. Sikhism advocates the pursuit of salvation through disciplined, personal meditation on the name and message of God. It is an important minority religion in the UK.

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  1. The 5Ks symbolise that a Sikh has dedicated himself to a life of devotion. Four of them are Kesh (uncut hair), Kara (a steel bracelet), Kanga (a wooden comb), Kaccha (cotton underwear). The fifth is Kirpan but what is this?
  2. Who was the founder of Sikhism?
    The others were all Sikh leaders
  3. Which of these is NOT of fundamental importance to a Sikh?
  4. Singh (lion) is added to a baby boy's surname and Kaur is added to a girl's surname. What is the translation of Kaur?
  5. The Sikh place of worship is called a what?
  6. What is the name of a Sikh priest?
  7. When was Sikhism founded?
    It originated in the Punjab district of what is now India and Pakistan
  8. Sikhs believe that if a war is just then .....
    At the same time, Sikhs will only become involved in a 'Just' war and there are very strict guidelines
  9. Sikhism is said to be a monotheistic religion but what does that mean?
  10. The Sikh community are collectively known as .....

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