Persona, Disciplines and Nature of the Sikhs

The cherished discipline of the Sikhs is to make an honest living, share the boons with the needy, and to keep God in minds.

As a rule, Sikhs do not practice discrimination of any domination – faith, caste, color, place, country, and social status etc. They believe in protecting the weak and selflessly serving others. They keep above prejudices of every kind, understanding, accommodating and adjusting. Mostly, they are well educated.

Sikhs are sincere, honest, hard working, law abiding, and value their duties, rights and liberty. Sikhs strongly stands for equality and oppose every type of terrorism. Throughout their history of the Sikhs, they kept struggling with determination to eliminate cruelty and torture.

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