Sikh Philosophy
Sikh Philosophy
Sikh Philosophy
Sikh Philosophy

"Realization of Truth is higher than all else, Higher still is Truthful living"
- Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, Sri Raag

Three pillars of Sikh beliefs:

Naam Japna

The Guru’s led the Sikhs directly to practice Simran and Naam Japna – meditation on God through reciting, chanting, singing and constant remembrance of God’s name and virtues. The inner voice of the Sikhs thus stays immersed in praises and appreciation of the Creator and the one eternal God, Wahuguru and his will. The Sikhs is to intuitively practice and stay focused on the True Path through every breath throughout his/her life. 

Kirat Karni

It is expected that Sikhs live as honorable householders and practice Kirat Karni – Honestly earn by ones physical and mental effort while accepting both pains and pleasures as gift of God’s blessing. One is to stay truthful at all times and fear none but the Eternal Super Soul. Live a life founded on decency immersed in Dharam – life controlled by spiritual, moral and social values

Vand Chakna

Guru’s Sikhs are requested to share their wealth to support those in need by practicing in ‘Vand Chakna’ – “Share and Consume together”. Sadh Sangat is an important part of Sikhism. One must be part of a community that is pursing flawless objective values set out by the Sikh Gurus and every Sikh has to contribute in whatever way possible to support others. The spirit of Sharing and Giving is an important message from Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji