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Khalsa

Khalsa is the community of the 'pure ones'

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Amrit

Amrit is a mixture of water and sugar crystals prepared by the Panj Piare, used:
1. In the ceremony of initiation
2. Sometimes in a birth ceremony

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After Guru Nanak died, the Sikhs were led by who?

After Guru Nanak died, the Sikhs were led by 9 other Gurus in human form

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After Guru Nanak died, the Sikhs were led by 9 other Gurus in human form, who all did what?

After Guru Nanak died, the Sikhs were led by 9 other Gurus in human form, who all contributed to Sikh:
1. History
2. Beliefs
in different ways

5

Guru Gobind Singh was how old when he became the 10th Guru?

Guru Gobind Singh was 9 years old when he became the 10th Guru

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Guru Gobind Singh was 9 years old when he became the 10th Guru.
He was influenced by who?

Guru Gobind Singh was influenced by his father, Guru Tegh Bahadur

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Guru Gobind Singh was 9 years old when he became the 10th Guru.
He was influenced by his father, Guru Tegh Bahadur, who had done what?

Guru Gobind Singh was influenced by his father, Guru Tegh Bahadur, who had:
1. Supported equality and freedom of belief
2. Been martyred for refusing to become a Muslim

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Guru Gobind Singh was 9 years old when he became the 10th Guru.
He was influenced by his father, Guru Tegh Bahadur, who had supported equality and freedom of belief and had been martyred for refusing to become a Muslim.
His death was seen to support what?

Guru Tegh Bahadur's death was seen to support the rights of Hindus as well as Sikhs to follow the faith they chose

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Guru Gobind Singh was 9 years old when he became the 10th Guru.
He was influenced by his father, Guru Tegh Bahadur, who had supported equality and freedom of belief and had been martyred for refusing to become a Muslim.
His death was seen to support the rights of Hindus as well as Sikhs to follow the faith they chose and Guru Gobind Singh did what?

Guru Tegh Bahadur's death was seen to support the rights of Hindus as well as Sikhs to follow the faith they chose and Guru Gobind Singh continued his work

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Guru Gobind Singh was 9 years old when he became the 10th Guru.
He was influenced by his father, Guru Tegh Bahadur, who had supported equality and freedom of belief and had been martyred for refusing to become a Muslim.
His death was seen to support the rights of Hindus as well as Sikhs to follow the faith they chose and Guru Gobind Singh continued his work.
During Guru Gobind Singh's rule, the Sikh community what?

During Guru Gobind Singh's rule, the Sikh community:
1. Developed
2. Was strengthened
by his leadership

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During Guru Gobind Singh's rule, the Sikh community developed and was strengthened by his leadership.
Guru Gobind Singh was a great what?

Guru Gobind Singh was a great poet

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During Guru Gobind Singh's rule, the Sikh community developed and was strengthened by his leadership.
Guru Gobind Singh was a great poet and wrote much what?

Guru Gobind Singh:
1. Was a great poet
2. Wrote much poetry

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During Guru Gobind Singh's rule, the Sikh community developed and was strengthened by his leadership.
Guru Gobind Singh was a great poet and wrote much poetry.
After his death, a follower, Bhai Mani Singh, did what?

After Guru Gobind Singh's death, a follower, Bhai Mani Singh, collected the poems together in a book

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During Guru Gobind Singh's rule, the Sikh community developed and was strengthened by his leadership.
Guru Gobind Singh was a great poet and wrote much poetry.
After his death, a follower, Bhai Mani Singh, collected the poems together in a book, which became known as what?

After his death, a follower, Bhai Mani Singh, collected the poems together in a book, which became known as the Dasam Granth, the book of the 10th Guru

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Guru Gobind Singh knew he would not recover from a wound he had received in what year?

Guru Gobind Singh knew he would not recover from a wound he had received in 1708

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In 1708, when Guru Gobind Singh knew he would not recover from a wound he had received, he declared what?

In 1708, when Guru Gobind Singh knew he would not recover from a wound he had received, he declared that, after his death, the Guru Granth Sahib would be the final Guru

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In 1708, when Guru Gobind Singh knew he would not recover from a wound he had received, he declared that, after his death, the Guru Granth Sahib would be the final Guru.
He believed that the 'living Guru' would do what?

Guru Gobind Singh believed that the 'living Guru' would:
1. Teach
2. Lead
the Sikh community

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In 1708, when Guru Gobind Singh knew he would not recover from a wound he had received, he declared that, after his death, the Guru Granth Sahib would be the final Guru.
He believed that the 'living Guru' would teach and lead the Sikh community.
Sikhs now use what?

Sikhs now use exact copies of the Guru Granth Sahib as he had established it

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One of the most important actions Guru Gobind Singh took was to do what?

One of the most important actions Guru Gobind Singh took was to establish the Khalsa

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One of the most important actions Guru Gobind Singh took was to establish the Khalsa.
He established the Khalsa where?

Guru Gobind Singh established the Khalsa at the festival of Vaisakhi

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One of the most important actions Guru Gobind Singh took was to establish the Khalsa.
Guru Gobind Singh established the Khalsa at the festival of Vaisakhi when?

Guru Gobind Singh established the Khalsa at the festival of Vaisakhi in 1699

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One of the most important actions Guru Gobind Singh took was to establish the Khalsa.
Guru Gobind Singh established the Khalsa at the festival of Vaisakhi in 1699 how?

Guru Gobind Singh established the Khalsa at the festival of Vaisakhi in 1699 in a very dramatic way that people would remember

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The Panj Piare:
Guru Gobind Singh explained to the Sikhs, who had come to celebrate Vaisakhi, that what?

Guru Gobind Singh explained to the Sikhs, who had come to celebrate Vaisakhi, that:
1. They were living in a dangerous time
2. It was important that the weakness of the community was replaced with unity and strength

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The Panj Piare:
Guru Gobind Singh explained to the Sikhs, who had come to celebrate Vaisakhi, that they were living in a dangerous time and that it was important that the weakness of the community was replaced with unity and strength.
He drew his sword and asked the crowd what?

Guru Gobind Singh:
1. Drew his sword
2. Asked the crowd, ''Who will die for God and his Guru?''

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The Panj Piare:
Guru Gobind Singh explained to the Sikhs, who had come to celebrate Vaisakhi, that they were living in a dangerous time and that it was important that the weakness of the community was replaced with unity and strength.
He drew his sword and asked the crowd, ''Who will die for God and his Guru?''
At last, one Sikh came forward and was led into the Guru's tent.
There was a swish of the sword followed by a thud and the Guru emerged from the tent with blood on his sword.
He asked the same question again and another Sikh came forward.
The also went into the tent.
The same noise was heart and the Guru came out again with blood on his sword.
This happened 3 more times and some people began to leave, feeling what?

This happened 3 more times and some people began to leave, feeling:
1. Confused
2. Frightened

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The Panj Piare:
Guru Gobind Singh explained to the Sikhs, who had come to celebrate Vaisakhi, that they were living in a dangerous time and that it was important that the weakness of the community was replaced with unity and strength.
He drew his sword and asked the crowd, ''Who will die for God and his Guru?''
At last, one Sikh came forward and was led into the Guru's tent.
There was a swish of the sword followed by a thud and the Guru emerged from the tent with blood on his sword.
He asked the same question again and another Sikh came forward.
The also went into the tent.
The same noise was heart and the Guru came out again with blood on his sword.
This happened 3 more times and some people began to leave, feeling confused and frightened.
Then the Guru came out of the tent with the 5 men, dressed how?

Then the Guru came out of the tent with the 5 men, dressed in special clothes

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The Panj Piare:
Guru Gobind Singh explained to the Sikhs, who had come to celebrate Vaisakhi, that they were living in a dangerous time and that it was important that the weakness of the community was replaced with unity and strength.
He drew his sword and asked the crowd, ''Who will die for God and his Guru?''
At last, one Sikh came forward and was led into the Guru's tent.
There was a swish of the sword followed by a thud and the Guru emerged from the tent with blood on his sword.
He asked the same question again and another Sikh came forward.
The also went into the tent.
The same noise was heart and the Guru came out again with blood on his sword.
This happened 3 more times and some people began to leave, feeling confused and frightened.
Then the Guru came out of the tent with the 5 men, dressed in special clothes.
They had shown what?

They had shown absolute loyalty to:
1. The Guru
2. His beliefs

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The Panj Piare:
Guru Gobind Singh explained to the Sikhs, who had come to celebrate Vaisakhi, that they were living in a dangerous time and that it was important that the weakness of the community was replaced with unity and strength.
He drew his sword and asked the crowd, ''Who will die for God and his Guru?''
At last, one Sikh came forward and was led into the Guru's tent.
There was a swish of the sword followed by a thud and the Guru emerged from the tent with blood on his sword.
He asked the same question again and another Sikh came forward.
The also went into the tent.
The same noise was heart and the Guru came out again with blood on his sword.
This happened 3 more times and some people began to leave, feeling confused and frightened.
Then the Guru came out of the tent with the 5 men, dressed in special clothes.
They had shown absolute loyalty to the Guru and his beliefs.
They were then given amrit, a mixture of water and sugar crystals, prepared by who?

They were then given amrit, a mixture of water and sugar crystals, prepared by:
1. The Guru
2. His wife

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The Panj Piare:
Guru Gobind Singh explained to the Sikhs, who had come to celebrate Vaisakhi, that they were living in a dangerous time and that it was important that the weakness of the community was replaced with unity and strength.
He drew his sword and asked the crowd, ''Who will die for God and his Guru?''
At last, one Sikh came forward and was led into the Guru's tent.
There was a swish of the sword followed by a thud and the Guru emerged from the tent with blood on his sword.
He asked the same question again and another Sikh came forward.
The also went into the tent.
The same noise was heart and the Guru came out again with blood on his sword.
This happened 3 more times and some people began to leave, feeling confused and frightened.
Then the Guru came out of the tent with the 5 men, dressed in special clothes.
They had shown absolute loyalty to the Guru and his beliefs.
They were then given amrit, a mixture of water and sugar crystals, prepared by the Guru and his wife, in what?

They were then given amrit, a mixture of water and sugar crystals, prepared by:
1. The Guru
2. His wife
,in an iron bowl

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The Panj Piare:
Guru Gobind Singh explained to the Sikhs, who had come to celebrate Vaisakhi, that they were living in a dangerous time and that it was important that the weakness of the community was replaced with unity and strength.
He drew his sword and asked the crowd, ''Who will die for God and his Guru?''
At last, one Sikh came forward and was led into the Guru's tent.
There was a swish of the sword followed by a thud and the Guru emerged from the tent with blood on his sword.
He asked the same question again and another Sikh came forward.
The also went into the tent.
The same noise was heart and the Guru came out again with blood on his sword.
This happened 3 more times and some people began to leave, feeling confused and frightened.
Then the Guru came out of the tent with the 5 men, dressed in special clothes.
They had shown absolute loyalty to the Guru and his beliefs.
They were then given amrit, a mixture of water and sugar crystals, prepared by the Guru and his wife, in an iron bowl, stirred by a what?

They were then given amrit, a mixture of water and sugar crystals, prepared by:
1. The Guru
2. His wife
,in an iron bowl, stirred by a 2-edged sword

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The 5 men, the Panj Piare, who had shown such commitment were from where?

The 5 men, the Panj Piare, who had shown such commitment were from different backgrounds

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The 5 men, the Panj Piare, who had shown such commitment were from different backgrounds.
However, as they emerged from the tent, dressed identically how, Sikhs understood that this represented their equality?

As the 5 men, the Panj Piare, emerged from the tent, dressed identically in the new uniform of the Khalsa, Sikhs understood that this represented their equality

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The 5 men, the Panj Piare, who had shown such commitment were from different backgrounds.
However, as they emerged from the tent, dressed identically in the new uniform of the Khalsa, Sikhs understood that this represented their equality.
The 5 men, the Panj Piare, gave up what?

The 5 men, the Panj Piare, gave up:
1. Family ties to particular groups, or castes
2. Their previous jobs (which had shown their place in society)
3. Any rituals, or customs they had kept

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The 5 men, the Panj Piare, who had shown such commitment were from different backgrounds.
However, as they emerged from the tent, dressed identically in the new uniform of the Khalsa, Sikhs understood that this represented their equality.
They gave up family ties to particular groups, or castes, their previous jobs (which had shown their place in society) and any rituals, or customs they had kept.
They were now who?

The 5 men, the Panj Piare, were now 'saint-soldiers'

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The 5 men, the Panj Piare, who had shown such commitment were from different backgrounds.
However, as they emerged from the tent, dressed identically in the new uniform of the Khalsa, Sikhs understood that this represented their equality.
They gave up family ties to particular groups, or castes, their previous jobs (which had shown their place in society) and any rituals, or customs they had kept.
The 5 men, the Panj Piare, were now 'saint-soldiers,' who what?

The 5 men, the Panj Piare, were now 'saint-soldiers,' who:
1. Would defend the faith
2. Work for justice and equality
3. Were committed to God

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After the Panj Piare were initiated, who were both initiated?

After the Panj Piare were initiated:
1. Guru Gobind Singh
2. His wife, Mata Sahib Kaur
,were both initiated

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After the Panj Piare were initiated, Guru Gobind Singh and his wife, Mata Sahib Kaur, were both initiated.
The Guru stated that once initiated, a woman would take the name 'Kaur,' meaning princess, showing what?

The Guru stated that once initiated, a woman would take the name 'Kaur,' meaning princess, showing the value of women in Sikhism

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After the Panj Piare were initiated, Guru Gobind Singh and his wife, Mata Sahib Kaur, were both initiated.
The Guru stated that once initiated, a woman would take the name 'Kaur,' meaning princess, showing the value of women in Sikhism, and a man would take the name 'Singh,' meaning lion, representing what?

The Guru stated that once initiated, a:
1. Woman would take the name 'Kaur,' meaning princess, showing the value of women in Sikhism
2. Man would take the name 'Singh,' meaning lion, representing the strength and courage Sikhs would show in protecting and upholding the faith

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After the Panj Piare were initiated, Guru Gobind Singh and his wife, Mata Sahib Kaur, were both initiated.
The Guru stated that once initiated, a woman would take the name 'Kaur,' meaning princess, showing the value of women in Sikhism, and a man would take the name 'Singh,' meaning lion, representing the strength and courage Sikhs would show in protecting and upholding the faith.
The common last names were intended to do what?

The common last names were intended to:
1. Eliminate caste names
2. Emphasise the equality of all

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After the Panj Piare were initiated, Guru Gobind Singh and his wife, Mata Sahib Kaur, were both initiated.
The Guru stated that once initiated, a woman would take the name 'Kaur,' meaning princess, showing the value of women in Sikhism, and a man would take the name 'Singh,' meaning lion, representing the strength and courage Sikhs would show in protecting and upholding the faith.
The common last names were intended to eliminate caste names and emphasise the equality of all.
This ceremony of initiation is known as what?

This ceremony of initiation is known as Amrit Sanskar

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After the Panj Piare were initiated, Guru Gobind Singh and his wife, Mata Sahib Kaur, were both initiated.
The Guru stated that once initiated, a woman would take the name 'Kaur,' meaning princess, showing the value of women in Sikhism, and a man would take the name 'Singh,' meaning lion, representing the strength and courage Sikhs would show in protecting and upholding the faith.
The common last names were intended to eliminate caste names and emphasise the equality of all.
This ceremony of initiation is known as Amrit Sanskar.
Men and women are treated equally and all may be initiated, becoming known as what?

1. Men
2. Women
are treated equally and all may be initated, becoming known as amritdharis

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