اسلام اور سکھ مت کے عقائد اور ان کے اثرات-تحقیقی و تقابلی مطالعہ

The Beliefs of Islam and Sikhism and their Implications-An Exploratory and Comparative Study

  • Naveeda Khanam PhD Scholar, Department of Islamic Culture, Govt. Sadique Collage Women University Bahawalpur
  • Sobia Khan Assistant Professor. Department of Islamic Culture, Govt. Sadique Collage Women University Bahawalpur https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8769-3238
Keywords: Beliefs, Islam, Sikhism, Implications, Exploratory, Comparative

Abstract

Aqeedah refers to those firm and unshakable ideas without accepting which a person cannot be called a Muslim. All Islamic beliefs must be confessed with the tongue and acknowledged with the heart. There are two sides to human life. One side is related to beliefs while the other side is related to actions. According to the words of the Holy Prophet, the name of the first thing is "intention" and the name of the second thing is "action". An intention is a thought that arises in the mind. Whereas action is the action that takes place as a result of that thought. The basic principles laid down by the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) to correct the intention and intention are called the basic beliefs of Islam. Baba Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, was blessed by the love of scholars and dervishes and benefited from their thoughts. Due to the influence of Sikhism from Islam, the beliefs of Sikhism are quite similar to the beliefs of Islam, but partially similar to Hinduism. Therefore, in the article under review, the beliefs, effects and comparison of both religions. There will be a discussion.

Published
2024-01-27