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Guru Nanak (dextra cum penna pavonis) et Guru Gobind Singh (laeva cum avi). Imago saeculo duodevicensimo picta, congressum fictum monstrans.

Sichismus, vulgo usitate Sichi (Punjabi ਸਿੱਖੀ sikkhī < sikh < radice Sanscrita śiṣya 'discipulus' vel śikṣa 'institutio'[1][2]), est religio monotheistica, monista, pantheistica saeculo quinto decimo in regione Punjab a Guru Nanak condita,[3] et deinde a decem guru Sicis continuis promota, ultima doctrina Guru Granth Sahib scriptura sancta. Sichismus inter religiones ordinatas est quinta a maxima in orbe terrarum, circa 30 milliones adsectatorum habens.[4][5][6] Haec formula philosophiae et actionis religiosae usitate Gurmat 'Sapientia Guru' appellatur. Punjab, civitas Indica, est sola orbis terrarum regio ubi plerique incolae sunt Sici.[7]

Omni Sico opus est in se proprietates sancti-militis (sant-sipāhī) habere, sua vitia intestina temperans, et sibi virtutes in Guru Granth Sahib explanatas constanter iniciens.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Singh, Khushwant (2006). The Illustrated History of the Sikhs. India: Oxford University Press. p. 15. ISBN 978-0-19-567747-8 .
  2. Nabha, Kahan. Sahib Singh (1930). Gur Shabad Ratnakar Mahan Kosh/ਗੁਰ ਸ਼ਬਦ ਰਤਨਾਕਰ ਮਹਾਨ ਕੋਸ਼. p. 720 .
  3. Patwant Singh, The Sikhs (Alfred A. Knopf Publishing, 2000), 17. ISBN 0-375-40728-6.
  4. Adherents.com. "Religions by adherents" (PHP) .
  5. "Sikhism: What do you know about it?" .
  6. Zepps, Josh. "Sikhs in America: What You Need To Know About The World's Fifth-Largest Religion" .
  7. Res apud adherents.com.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Chopra, R. M. 2001. Glory of Sikhism. Novi Dellii: Sanbun.
  • Dilgeer, Harjinder Singh. 1997. The Sikh Reference Book. Amritsar: Sikh University Press & Singh Brothers.
  • Dilgeer, Harjinder Singh. 2005. Dictionary of Sikh Philosophy. Amritsar: Sikh University Press & Singh Brothers.
  • Dilgeer, Harjinder Singh. 2008. Sikh Twareekh. Amritsar: Sikh University Press & Singh Brothers.
  • Dilgeer, Harjinder Singh. 2012. Sikh History. 10 voll. Amritsar: Sikh University Press & Singh Brothers.
  • Duggal, Kartar Singh. 1988. Philosophy and Faith of Sikhism. Himalayan Institute Press. ISBN 978-0-89389-109-1.
  • Kaur, Surjit. 2003. Amongst the Sikhs: Reaching for the Stars. Novi Dellii: Roli Books. ISBN 81-7436-267-3.
  • Khalsa, Guru Fatha Singh. 2010. Five Paragons of Peace: Magic and Magnificence in the Guru's Way. Toronti: Monkey Minds Press.
  • Khalsa, Shanti Kaur. 1995. The History of Sikh Dharma of the Western Hemisphere. Espanola, Novi Mexici: Sikh Dharma. ISBN 0-9639847-4-8.
  • Singh, Khushwant. 2006. The Illustrated History of the Sikhs. India: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-567747-8.
  • Singh, Patwant. 1999. The Sikhs. India: Random House. ISBN 978-0-385-50206-1.
  • Takhar, Opinderjit Kaur. 2005. Sikh Identity: An Exploration of Groups Among Sikhs. Burlington Montis Viridis: Ashgate Publishing Company. ISBN 0-7546-5202-5.
  • Teece, Geoff. 2004. Sikhism: Religion in focus. Black Rabbit Books. ISBN 978-1-58340-469-0.

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