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What are the five virtues of Sikhism?

What are the five virtues of Sikhism?

Sikhs must develop the virtues, which are:

  • truth and truthful living.
  • compassion and patience.
  • contentment.
  • humility and self-control.
  • love.
  • wisdom and courage.

What are the five main vices?

According to the Sikh lifestyle instructed by Sikh Gurus, one should control and get rid of five vices. The Vices are Kaam (Lust), Krodth (Anger), Lobh (Greed), Moh (Emotional Attachment), and Ahankaar (Ego).

What is the Panj Kakaar?

They are: Kesh (uncut hair), Kangha (a wooden comb for the hair), Kara (an iron bracelet), Kachera (a 100% cotton tieable undergarment, must not be elastic), and Kirpan (an iron dagger large enough to defend oneself with).

What is the source of the five thieves Sikhism?

In Sikhism, Five Thieves are the five major weaknesses of the human personality at variance with its spiritual essence, and are known as “thieves” because they steal a person’s inherent common sense. These five thieves are kama (lust), krodh (wrath), lobh (greed), moh (attachment) and ahankar (ego or excessive pride).

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