My Sikh Year
The traditions, symbols, and figures associated with the Sikh religion are explored in this engaging book. An insightful diary feature chronicles, from a child's perspective, the Sikh festivals celebrated over the course of a year.
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6uru Adi Granth Akhand Path Amor's Amrit April Vaisakhi August/September bhangra birthday 3 days Cath Senker cloth cool drinks cotton dancing December/January dessert Divali divas festival of light fifth Guru flagpole follow the teachings freed from prison Gobind Singh's Birthday gurdwara gurpurb Guru Gobind Singh Guru Granth Sahib Guru Nanak's Birthday Guru Tegh Bahadur Hola Mohalla holy teacher important mela India Indian sweets karah Khalsa Khanda kheer Kids kirtan lamps langar mark the Sikh martial arts martyrdom of Guru May/June ninth Guru Nishan Sahib October/November Omar's diary Sunday pray procession Punjab Pyjamas remember Guru Arjan Sahib The Sikh show respect Sikh community Sikh festivals Sikh flag Sikh Gurus Sikh holy book Sikh religion Sikhs believe Sikhs celebrate Sikhs in England Sikhs remember Guru Sikhs take turns sing and play Singing hymns sixth Guru sports competitions started the Sikh sugar tabla tenth Guru World Religions worship Young Sikhs