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18 November 2017

  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 10:09 . . (+11). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Historical influences: The development of Sikhism is set by Guru Nanak´s teaching and nine successors)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 10:08 . . (-9). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Ceremonies and customs: removed orthodox, Khalsa are not orthodox,)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 10:06 . . (-58). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Sikh festivals/events)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 10:04 . . (+288). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Sikh festivals/events)
  • (diff | hist) . . Sikhism‎; 10:03 . . (-5). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Sikh festivals/events)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 10:02 . . (+86). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Sikh festivals/events: to show martial arts - Gatka. innocent 52 kings, but has been a different meaning for Sikhs, the release of the sixth Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind with 52 Raja Kings from jail.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:56 . . (-212). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Sikh festivals/events: absolute incorrect, Sikhs never celebrate Mahashivaratri, Sikhs does not celebrate Shiva, removed this passage)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:54 . . (+34). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Janamsakhis: The Dasam Granth is the embodiment of Bir Ras, the spirit of righteousness against evil and unrighteousness.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:51 . . (+7). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Dasam Granth: The Dasam Granth is the embodiment of Bir Ras, the spirit of righteousness against evil and unrighteousness.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:48 . . (-295). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Dasam Granth: removed incorrect statement of 5 versions)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:47 . . (+6). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Dasam Granth: is the embodiment of Bir Ras, the spirit of the righteous warfare. The Dasam Granth consists the biography of Guru Gobind Singh and protect careless men from doing unrighteousness acts)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:43 . . (-10). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Relation to Hinduism and Islam: removed names which does not appear in the guru granth sahib)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:41 . . (+26). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Relation to Hinduism and Islam: Vishnu, Shiva, Brahma, but rejects the concepts of polytheism, all theses gods are created to serve the one creator lord)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:39 . . (-370). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(As Eternal Guru: living, religious, incorrect practice of burning guru granth sahib quote removed, Sikhs do not burn old Guru Granth sahib versions, t)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:35 . . (-87). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(As Guru: removed Rama and Krishna, corrected The Guru Granth Sahib is installed in the Sikh ''Gurdwara''; Sikhs bow and prostrate before the Guru Granth Sahib. The Guru Granth Sahib is installed every morning and put to bed at night in the ''Gurdwara)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:32 . . (+81). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(As Guru: which reveals the holy Gurbani, religious guide for Sikhs. Guru Granth Sahib represents the highest authority in sikh religion.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:30 . . (-35). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(As Guru: holy scripture the eternal living Guru, the manifestation and of Gurbani, Gurus/God´s word which serves as the spiritual guide for Sikhs.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:27 . . (+40). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(As Guru: holy scripture the literal embodiment of the eternal living Guru, the manifestion of the ten sikh gurus, where the Gurus/God´s word)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:26 . . (-15). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Teachings: iso translation removed)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:25 . . (+280). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Teachings: complete Mool Mantar)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:19 . . (-167). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Language and script: Gurmukhi, invented by the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak and taught by Guru Angad, shares)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:16 . . (-1). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Compilation: incorrect year removed, almost)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:15 . . (-20). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Adi Granth: were included into the Guru Granth Sahib, sant tradition)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:12 . . (-9). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Adi Granth: Bhai Gurdas under the supervision of Guru Arjan between the years 1603 and 1604 was the scribe of the Adi Granth)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:11 . . (+85). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Scripture: holy, formerly known, collected and compiled ,While the Guru Granth Sahib is the Eternal living Guru, the holy scripture in Sikhism, another important religious text, the Dasam Granth, is considered as the secondary important holy scr)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:07 . . (+194). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Ten gurus and authority: Guru Angad taught Gurmukhi to the masses, he built schools, collected the hymns of the first Sikh Guru and spread the teachings of Guru Nanak, faith, building, Guru and God are inseperable from each other)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 09:00 . . (-154). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Ten gurus and authority: removed incorrect terminology)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 08:56 . . (+84). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Ten gurus and authority: manji and piri system. He appointed Manjis as men and Piris as women to spread the message of Sikhism.Before his persecution and martyrom he gave the order, that his son Guru Hargobind had to establish a military and politic)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 08:51 . . (+3). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Ten gurus and authority: in the Guru Granth Sahib Guru Nanak states, that God and he are one, but remained always in humbleness.Guru Nanak stated that the human Guru is mortal, and should be respected and loved but worshipped should be the universal)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 08:44 . . (-26). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Justice and equality: God in Sikhism has no gender, all manifestation of God are equal -)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 08:40 . . (+24). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Service and action: overcomes the maya, the five thieves, which egoism is part of it)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 08:37 . . (+324). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Remembrance of the divine name: Guru Nanak Dev was blessed by God with the Gurmantra Waheguru, the Naam of God. Naam is the foundation of the universe, Naam is the reality and existence of the one almightey universal eternal God. Sikhism stresses the)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 08:30 . . (-32). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Power and devotion (Shakti and Bhakti): brahmanic, gurdwaras,Other Gurdwaras do not use,)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 08:22 . . (-9). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Power and devotion (Shakti and Bhakti): distinct was double - removed one distinct)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 08:21 . . (+140). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Power and devotion (Shakti and Bhakti): revolutionary faith during a time, where the caste system, surpression of women, superstitions and rituals, social and political upheavels prevailed)
  • (diff | hist) . . Haverford College‎; 02:07 . . (+49). .TommyBoy (talk | contribs)(Add category relevant to establishment date)

17 November 2017

  • (diff | hist) . . India‎; 21:45 . . (+25). .PlutoniumBackToTheFuture (talk | contribs)
  • (diff | hist) . . Hinduism‎; 21:11 . . (+134). .Jonathansammy (talk | contribs)(Pilgrimage: please provided references for cremation ashes being dispersed in mountains or forest)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Banaras Hindu University‎; 20:45 . . (+19). .Sanyogchourasia (talk | contribs)(Rankings)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 15:02 . . (+159). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Power and devotion (Shakti and Bhakti): loving devotion towards God, and reciting his name, Almighty divine, Gianis and leading sikh institutions,Leading Sikh scholars, Gianis and Sikh institutions disagree and state that Sikhism has its own distinc)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 14:51 . . (+19). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Power and devotion (Shakti and Bhakti): Western scholars stating, created a new Panth, a new faith.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 14:46 . . (+58). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Liberation: on unison with God, vices, to reduce the influnces of maya. Guru Nanak Dev taught, that liberation from the cycles of reincarnation is reached through Naam Simran by the grace of the Almighty)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 14:41 . . (-1). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Timeless truth)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 14:41 . . (+49). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Timeless truth: referred as, holy scriptures of all religions and the mechanism of God´s creation)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 14:38 . . (+189). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Timeless truth: leads to transform the five thieves and to overcome the Maya to reunite with Akal Purakh. (gu means darkness and ru means light, Guru is the one, who destroys the darkness of ignorance and brings the Light of knowledge. The word Guru)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 14:30 . . (+45). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Timeless truth: binding influences of maya and the five thieves are)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 14:28 . . (-2). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Concept of God)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 14:27 . . (-1). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Concept of God: hosee)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 14:25 . . (+222). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Concept of God: recite, He existed from the beginning, He existed before His creation and in the four ages, He is now true and Guru Nanak says, he will be forever true and existent.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Sikhism‎; 14:20 . . (+289). .Harwele (talk | contribs)(Philosophy and teachings: into two aspects the nirgun aspect and the sargun aspect. Nirgun describes the creator as abstract, unmanifest, non visible, without attributes and qualities. Sargun describes the creator as visible, with attributes and qual)