Visiting a Gurdwara
A visit to a gurdwara is an excellent introduction to the Sikh religion. Practices at the gurdwara show the key Sikh beliefs that all people are equal before the one God and that it is every Sikh's duty to serve others. Children find out about the Guru Granth Sahib and how Sikhs respect it as their teacher.
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