Sikhism – Lesson 1 Year 6

This week in SMSC, we will be looking at Sikhism. I would like you to think about the following questions: 

  • What do Sikhs believe in?
  • What are the 5Ks? (Kara, Kesh, Kanga, Kachera and Kirpan)

  • I would like you to answer these questions in your pairs. Please make sure you answer in full sentences and using the correct grammar!Good luck. 

    65 thoughts on “Sikhism – Lesson 1 Year 6

    1. 1) What do Sikhs believe in ?
      *They believe there is only one god
      * Guru Nanak created Sikhism over 500 years ago.
      *Sikhs believe everyone should work hard for everything even when a baby

      2)
      What are the 5 k’s?

      Kesh/Hair-Hair is very important as it is Gods gift this is why they don’t cut their hair.

      Kara/Steel bracelet-The circular shape symbolises that God has no beginnings and no ends

      Isa and Sana

    2. 1)Sikhs believe in:
      *1 God
      *They believe in letting anyone visit their Gudwara
      *They believe that God loves them all the same

      2)The 5Ks are:
      *kesh means that they can’t cut their hair.
      *Kanga is a comb they use to keep their hair tidy and clean.
      *Kara is a silver bangle that is made out of iron and Sikhs don’t take it of
      *kaccha is cotton shorts
      *Kirpan is a sword
      By Ryan Malaikah

    3. What do Sikhs believe in?
      Sikhs believe in riencarnation and karma concepts found in Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism.

      What are the 5ks? (Kara, Kesh, Kanga, Kachera and Kirpan)
      The Kesh (uncut hair)- The kesh is for keeping there hair safe because it’s a gift from god.
      Kara (steel bracelet)-The Kara represents that god has no beginning and no end.

      Kanga (wooden comb)

      By Michelle and Harvey.

    4. *Sikhs believe in one god.
      *There are over 30 million Sihks worldwide.
      *Sikhism is the fifth largest religion in the world.
      5 K’s
      Kesh: Never cut or shave their hair.Because it’s God’s gift.
      Kanghash:It’s a comb that the keep because it has to be tidy.
      Hani

    5. Sikhs believe that every religion takes the same path to 1 god.
      They are equal to all people even when they are a different religion.
      They should always work hard no matter what and even when you’re a baby.

      A Kara is a braselet to remember that we’re strong.
      Kesh is whene you don’t cut your hair or beerd because God gave them hair.
      Kanda is a comb to make it tidy

    6. Sikhs beleive in the phrase Ik Onkar which means One God.
      .Sikhs have a special thing called the 5 Ks .
      .The first K is called a Kara it is a steel or iron bracelet which is never taken off.
      .The second K is called a Kanga which is a wooden comb used to comb their hair and beard.
      . The fourth k is called a Kesh it is when Sikhs don’t cut their hair and beard.They believe it is a gift from god

      Sahkib and Bethany

    7. 1)sheikhs believe in that there is only one god
      2)The five ks are Kara ,Kesh,Kanga,kirpan and kashera
      3)The Kara is a special bracelet
      4)The Kesh is a mans beard and hair. Which means you will not be able to cut it

    8. Q* What do Sikhs believe in?
      A* Sikhs believe in the 5 K’s,they believe in one god and should share with others.
      Q*What are the 5 K’s?
      A*Kirpan:A small sword carried around.
      Kesh:A promise to never cut their hair or beard.
      Kara:A small bracelet made from iron to symbolise good deeds.
      Kanga:A small comb to brush a beard.

      Murtaza and Farhaad

    9. Kesh
      The Kesh meaning is men and women can not cut or shave their hair no matter what as it is there way off saying tank you to their god.No matter what age you are you have to work hard.

      Sikhs celebrate bandi chorr which is on the same day as Diwali.
      Everyone is welcome to the guduwara even if they are not Sikhs.
      The Kara symbolises good deeds.

      By lataya and Mia 😀😀

    10. Sikhs believe in only one god and the gods name is Guru Nanak. He also found Sikhism in Punjab. They also believe that anyone can go into the gudwara.
      5ks
      .kesh The kesh is about being clean and not to cut there hair.
      .kara The Kara is a Iron bracelet that symbolises strength.
      .kangha The kangha is a special comb to comb your beard or hair.
      .kirpan The Kirpan is a special sword that Sikhs have.

      Fathiya and Ahmed

    11. Sikhs believe that there is only one God and that everyone is equal.
      They also believe that anyone from any where can come into the Gurdwara.
      The kesh means you can’t cut your hair because it is gods gift.
      The Kara is made out of iron and you can never take it off it gives you strength and reminds you that you need to do good in everything.
      The kangha is the cone to keep your hair tidy and keep your body in shape.

      By Murran and Aleem 😋🤩

    12. What do Sikhs believe in?
      Sikhs believe in only one god.

      What are the 5 K’s?
      Kesh- The Kesh is where Sikhs can not cut their hair or beard.
      Kara- The Kara is an iron bracelet.It symbolises good deeds and being strong.

      By Martyna and Osman

    13. Sikhs believe that there is only one god.
      The Kara is a bracelet which is made of iron to remind the Sikhs that they have to remain strong al the time.
      The Kesh is the hair which you can’t cut because it is a gift from god.
      The Khanga is a comb which Sikhs use to come their hair.

    14. What do Sikhs believe in?
      Sikhs believe in one god.They also believe that everyone is equal and men and woman have the same responsibilities.They give to the needy however do not believe in fasting,alcoholic,smoking and drugs.

      The five k’s
      Kesh means you can’t cut your hair or beard because it is a blessing from god.
      Kangha means that you have to keep your hair tidy and clean and you carry the comb every where.
      Kara is a bracelet that Sikhs carry everywhere because it reminds them that god has no beginning or end.
      From Zaynab Bibi and Dennis.

    15. 1)What do Sikhs Believe in?

      They only believe in one god.

      What are the five K’s?

      Kesh-Uncut hair you wear it to respect gods creation.

      Kara-It’s when you wear a round silver bracelet to show that god is always around from the beginning to end.

      kanga- always wear them to do their hair and leave them in their turban.

      Kachara – It’s worn as a underwear.

      Kirpan- It’s a sword to keep with them if people are getting hurt badly to make them go away with a kirpan.

      By Miral And Rayhaan.

    16. 1) Sikh beliefs
      *Sikhs believe in only one God
      *They believe that God has no gender or form and everyone is equal
      *Every Sikh has expectations to live honestly and not be greedy
      *Another of their beliefs is that it is a virtue to share their belongings and respect one another, no matter about gender, race or religion .
      Sikh 5 ks
      1) Kesh- The Kesh is a Sikh words for turban. They believe that hair is a gift from God so they don’t cut it but to keep it tidy by wearing a Kesh .
      2) Kara- Kara is a metal bracelet worn by Sikhs to symbolise their belief in God. It is circle to show God has no end and is infinite.

      Rebeca & Aryan.

    17. 1) Sikhs believe in one God only and believe everyone is equal and God loves everyone the same. However, Sikhs also are believed to be living honestly and to work hard.

      2) Kara, Kesh, Kanga, Kanchera and Kirpan, all symbolise that the Sikh who wears them has a dedicated life of devotion and submission.

      By Zeinab K and Andreea.

    18. The 5ks are Kara,kesh,kanga,kachera and kirpan. Kesh means that they don’t cut there hair because they now that god created there hair and it is a message from god. Kirpan is a sword that when you pray you get a kirpan because your respecting god and your praying so they give you a kirpan. Kara is something that you wear it’s a steel bracelet that reminds Sikhs that not to be angry.

      By Abdur-Rahim and Hargun

    19. What do Sikhs believe in ?

      Sikhs believe that there is only one god. They also believe that all religions are a pathway to the same god.

      What are the 5k’s ?

      The 5k’s are
      Kesh:which means that Sikhs promise to never cut there hair.
      Kirpan: The Kirpan is a small sword carried around to simblise protection.
      Kara: A steel bracelet to remember god is always is with them.

      By Sophia and Faheem

    20. 1)Sikhs believe in reincarnation and karma concepts found in Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism but they only believe in god.

      2)Kesh -Uncut hair
      Kara-Steel Braclet
      Kanga -Wooden Comb
      Kaccha-Special Underwear
      Kirpan-A ceremonial sword

      Kesh:The uncut hair and beard worn as one of the 5 distinguishing signs if the Sikh Khalsa.

      Kara:a steel bangle worn on the right wrist as one of the five
      distinguishing signs of the Sikh Khalsa.

      Kanga: Kanga is a comb that Sikhs use to brush their hair.

      By Ismail Ali Aisha K 6B

    21. What do Sikhs believe in ? They believe in All religion are a pathway to the Same God !The 5ks is the kesh,kirpan,kara,Kanga and kachera
      Atopting these common symbols would identify members of the khens.
      The kirpan is a small sword carried around by Sikhs.

      Ilhan and Ridwan

    22. 1) Sikhs believe that:
      * There is only one God and that every religion are a pathway to the same God.
      *Everyone is equal and God loves everyone the same!
      * Everyone is expected to live honestly, and Sikhs are expected to work hard
      * Sikhs should share with others especially with those less fortunate
      2) Kesh is a Punjabi word for hair. Sikhs should never cut their hair, as they believe hair is a gift from God. It reminds the Sikhs of purity, strength and willingness. The second K is the Kangha which is a Punjabi word for comb. At all times it should be worn. It reminds them to keep their lives tidy.
      By Matthew and Esa.K

    23. Sikhs believe that there is only one god and all religions are a pathway to the same god. The five k’s are:
      Kesh- Sikhs believe that hair is a gift from god and to never cut or shave there hair.

      Khanga- The khanga symbolises a clean mind and body.

      Kara- The Kara symbolises that god is never ending.

      Kercha – The kercha reminds Sikhs to be sacred.

      Kirpan- it encourages Sikhs to help the weak.
      By David and Saniya.

    24. Sikhs believe that they should not cut their hair and that there is only one God.
      The 5 k’s
      Kesh means you don’t cut your hair because they believe that hair is a gift from God.
      Kara is a steel bracelet that Sikhs wear to remind them not to do anything bad.
      Kanga is a wooden comb which Sikhs use to comb their hair.
      Kirpan is a small sword which some Sikhs have to show protection.
      By Aliyah and Uthmaan

    25. What do Sikhs believe in?
      Sikhs believe in riencarnation and karma concepts found in Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism.

      What are the 5ks? (Kara, Kesh, Kanga, Kachera and Kirpan)
      The Kesh (uncut hair)- The kesh is for keeping there hair safe because it’s a gift from god.
      Kara (steel bracelet)-The Kara represents that god has no beginning and no end.

      Kanga (wooden comb)

      By Michelle and Harvey.

    26. 1)They believe in the Guru Nanak their only god and reincarnation ( a second life )
      and karma(when you do something good or bad it will come back).

      1)Kesh – They don’t cut their hair because they believe it’s a gift from God.
      2)Kara is a steel bracelet that symbolises immortal God because it is round and that God is always with them.
      Marcel and Leila😀

    27. *kesh is we’re Sikhs believe that hair is a gift from got so they won’t cut their hair.
      *kirpan is a dagger which is a sign of protection to make them feel safe.
      *kara is a a steel bracket which reminds Sikhs not do anything that guru will disapprove with.
      *kercha is a pair of breeches that must not come below the knee.
      *kangha is a wooden come which represents that they look tidy and neat.
      The guardwara is a place of worship for Sikhs.

      Rhys and khadija 👍

    28. 1) Sihk believe
      * Sikh believe there is only one god
      * Everyone is equal and god loves everyone the same
      * God is without form or gender
      2) what are the 5 k’s
      Kara is worn as a steel bracelet and symbolises the good deeds.This also represents that god has no end.
      Kesh is when Sikhs don’t cut their hair as it was a gift from god.
      Kirpan is a sword and is used for protection and to protect the weak.
      Kangha represents cleansiness
      Aisha.C and Sania.Z

    29. Sikhs belive in reiconation and karma concepts found in Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism.
      Kesh (uncut hair)
      Kara (a steel bracelet)
      Kanga (a wooden comb)
      Kaccha – also spelt, Kachh, Kachera (cotton underwear)
      Kirpan (steel sword)
      Nadal and Sediqa

    30. 1.) sikhs believe that there is only one god .
      : they believe everyone is the same .
      : they are supposed to work hard
      : sikhs are expected to share with others

      2.) The five Ks are:
      Kara, steel bracelet to show good deeds
      kesh ,uncut hair
      kanga A wooden combo show cleanliness
      Kachera, ( cotton underwear )
      Kirpan ( steel sword ) .

      By rumaysa and Ahmad.

    31. What they believe in?

      1)Sikhs believe in reincarnation and karma.
      2)Sikhs are expected to work hard.

      What are the 5k’s?

      Kara= A steel bangle that is worn on their wrist. It shows people good deeds.

      Kesh= They are not allowed to cut their hair as a belief.

      Kanga= They have a comb with them to make them have pure thoughts.

      Kercha =is the appropriate uniform for a normal Sikhs.

      Kirpan=Is a small sword encourage to save the needy.

      Hafsa

      Abdi

    32. .Sikhs believe in reincarnation and karma.

      Kesh
      .Sikhs do not cut their hair
      .Hair is a symbol of their faith
      .Sikh women either wear a turban or a scarf
      .Because hair grows long,Sikh men use a turban to keep it tidy

      Kanga
      .The Kanga is a comb which shows cleanliness
      Sikh use the Kanga

      Kara
      .The Kara symbolises good deeds
      It is worn round like a bracelet

      Kirpan
      .The Kirpan is a small sword carried around by Sikhs
      .It symbolises protection.

      By Haleema and Boss Ilyas

    33. .sikhs only believe in one God.
      .They believe all religions are a pathway to the same god.
      .They believe everyone is equal and god loves everyone the same.

      The five k’s are
      Kesh-Throughough hair(kesh)has been regarded of both holiness and strength.kepping ones hair uncut is a sign of being willing to accept gods gift.

      Kara- is a steel bracelet and is a symbol that a Sikh is connected to the Guru.The circular shape represents god has no beginning or end.

      Kanga-it is a wooden comb and symbolises a clean mind and body since it keeps the uncut hair neat and tidy
      kaccha-special underwear these may not come below their knees
      kirpan- ceremonial sword this symbolises spirituality

      LEVI AND ALICIA

    34. Sikhs believe in
      .the sikhs believe that they shouldnt cut there hair.
      .They also believe in a a steel bracelet that is a symbol of restraint

      The 5Ks are:
      Kara
      The Kara is a steel bracelet that is a symbol of restraint.It is also linked to guru and it’s made out of steel.it symbols good deeds
      Kesh
      The kesh is uncut hair.sikhs don’t cut there hair because it is a symbol of sprituality.cause there grows too long the men use a turban to keep it tidy and woman use either a scarve or a turban.
      Kanga
      The kanga is is a comb which is symbolises the clean mind and body and its means to keep clean the body that god has gave you

      Sariyyah and Theo

    35. .Sikhs believe that everyone is equal and God loves everyone the same.
      .Sikhs are expected to work hard in everything .
      .The first ks is Kesh Sikhs should never cut their hair or beard.It is a symbol of their faith.
      .The second ks is Kangha they should keeps comb in their hair which shows cleanliness.
      The third K is Kara it shows that God has no beginning or ending.
      The 4 K is Kirkpan is a small sword carried by Sikhs.
      By Muhammad and hanna

    36. What do Sikhs believe in?
      Sikhs believe reincenation and karma concepts found in budaism,Hinduism and Judaism.
      However,in Sikhism both karma and libertion is modified by the concept of God’s grace.

      What are the five k’s in Sikhism?
      1)Kesh:uncut hair which some Sikhs do because hair is part of their faith.
      2)Kara:A full circle that never ends in Sikhism and also shows good deeds.
      3)Kieran:Dagger to shows protection of the weak.
      4)Kercha :Uniform shorts for a Sikh uniform (only some Sikhs were the uniform)
      5)Kanga:Hair comb to clean and brush all there hair.
      By Menahel and Abdulah.ss

    37. . They believe that there is only one god.
      . Everyone is equal and god loves everyone the same.
      . They believe they are expected to work hard.
      . They believe they should share with other especially with those who are less fortunate.
      . They believe in the 5ks

      . Kesh : is when you don’t ever cut your hair.
      . Kara: is a metal band they wear to remember always to do the right thing and symbols good deeds.
      . Kangha : a comb they use to brush their hair.
      . Kercha : are pants you wear to remind you to be modest.
      . Kirpan: it encourages sikhs to protect the weak.

      By Luci and Zabit

    38. What do Sikhs believe in ;
      . They believe in one god

      . They also believe that everyone equal.

      . They also believe that god loves everyone.

      . They also believe that they should believe in live honestly .

      . They also belive that they should never cut there hair and if you do it is bad for them .

      What are the 5ks :

      Kesh means you should never cut your hair and they think it shows respect for people around them .

      Kara is a steel bracelet that they should wear as there religion and it is a symbol that shows good deeds .

      Kanga is a wooden comb that they should wear and it also shows a sign that shows cleanses .

      Kaccha is cotton underwear that they should wear .

      Kirpan us a steel sword that shows protection to the weak .

      From Lacey & Yusuf .

    39. – They believe in one God.
      – They like Guru Nanak (founder of the religion).
      – They believe everyone is equal.
      – They go to the Gudwara (holy place for Sikhs).
      – In the Gudwara the people make food for the other people who have come to pray.
      – They don’t cut their hair.
      -They keep their hair in a turban.

      Kara- A steel bracelet. Means good deeds
      Kesh- Uncut hair
      Kanga- A wooden comb
      Kaccha- Cotton Underwear
      Kirpan- Steel Sword

      Sheza👻 & Alex😀

    40. . Sikhs believe in only one god .
      . Everyone is equal and loves god the same.
      . Sikhs believe to share with others.
      . They work hard and they care for there families.
      . They use Kirpan .

      The kesh is when they don’t cut their hair.
      The kanga is for hair.
      Kara is a metal bracelet that has no end.
      Kirpan is a small sword carried by Sikhs .

    41. They go to the gudwara and pray.

      * They believe in one god.

      * Every one is equal and god loves everyone the same.

      * Sikhs very good at most things because they work hard.

      * Sikhs should share with others-especially with those less fortunate.

      The 5K’s
      * Kesh means kJ do not cut their hair because they because believe that uncut hair is Important

      * Khanga

      * kercha

      * kirpan

      * Kara

      By,humair,Yuanxuan

      S

    42. Sikhism
      Sikhism is one of the religions in this world. Many people believe in this religion and only one god(Guru Nanak). In this religion, there are 5 important symbols called the 5 Ks.

      The 5 Ks
      These important symbols represent the being of a Sikh person. They are
      -Kesh: A short haircut.
      -Kirpan: A knife that Sikhs always keep with them.
      -Kara: Bangles that are always worn by them.
      -Kercha: Shorts
      -Kanga: A wooden comb

      Beliefs
      Here are some of the things that the Sikhs believe in.
      That,
      -Sikhs believe in reincarnation(the belief of rebirth).
      -They believe that they should always work hard
      -All religions are the same.
      Their most holy place of worship is the Golden Temple and they only have one god.

    43. 1- Sihks believe in reincarnation and karma concepts found in Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. They also believe that there is only one God.
      2- Kesh is uncut hair. They can’t cut their hair.
      Kara is a steel bracelet.
      Kanga is a wooden comb.
      Kaccha is cotton underwear.
      Kirpan is a steel sword.

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