This video from Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly covers the origins of Sikhism back to its founding guru, Guru Nanak, who believed in the oneness of God and the equality of all castes and creeds. It also focuses on the Khalsa, a military brotherhood of Sikh "saint-soldiers," created by Gobind Singh, the tenth and final guru. In the video, Manjit Singh describes the Khalsa's code of belief and conduct, and how it reflects the sacred teachings of the Sikh faith.
Learn more about the Religion & Ethics segment "Belief and Practice: Sikh Saint-Soldier."
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