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Lecture 4

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Lecture 04 / pg.1
Shiu, Henry October 6th, 2009
RLGA01, Lec. 02
Sikhism
- Developed in an area called Punjab
- A region with a history of increasing religious conflicts between Hindus and Muslims
- Since the 10th century CE, much of North India came under the rule of the Muslims
- The conquest was the most devastating to Buddhists
- The Muslims ruled over 500 hundred years
- The Mughal Empire controlled northern and central India from 1526 ± 1707
- Seen as the second era of Muslim rule
- In the first century, the Mughal rule was peaceful, giving rise to Indo ± Islamic culture in
architecture and fine arts
- E.g. The Taj Mahal
Religious Background:
- Both Hinduism and Islam existed through sometimes with conflicts
- Both religions share an appreciation for religious devotion and the attainment of mystical
states
- In Hinduism, there were the devotees of bhakt yoga
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(some scholars maintain that Sufism derived much early inspiration from Hinduism)
- Both religions recognize the important role of a spiritual master
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- Three elements contributed to the rise of the Sant tradition:
1. Bhakti or devotional practice
2. Tantric yoga
3. Sufism
- There were many influential Sant poets, including Namdev, Ravidas, Kabir
- The first teacher: Nanak (1469 ± 1539)
- Composed more than 900 hymns, complied as the Adi Granth
- He said he had experienced God directly, and the experience revealed to him was that:
there is only one God, beyond all names and conceptions
- 5HIHUUHGWRWKHIXQGDPHQWDOGLYLQHUHDOLW\DVWKH³6DW*XU7UXH
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- Insisted that God should be experienced, rather than talked about
- There is no Hindu and there is no Muslim. (note that the movement did
not bring into consideration Jainism and Buddhism)
- Nanak and his friend Mardana visited the holy sites throughout northern India
- Nanak preacheGVRXJKWGLVFLSOHV³6LNK´DQGVDQJGHYRWLRQDOVRQJVZKLOH0DUGDQD
played musical accompaniment
- Note: Nanak was raised in a Hindu family, while Mardana was a Muslim
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Lecture 04 pg.1 th Shiu, Henry October 6 , 2009 RLGA01, Lec. 02 Sikhism - Developed in an area called Punjab - A region with thhistory of increasing religious conflicts between Hindus and Muslims - Since the 10 century CE, much of North India came under the rule of the Muslims - The conquest was the most devastating to Buddhists - The Muslims ruled over 500 hundred years - The Mughal Empire controlled northern and central India from 1526 1707 - Seen as the second era of Muslim rule - In the first century, the Mughal rule was peaceful, giving rise to Indo Islamic culture in architecture and fine arts - E.g. The Taj Mahal Religious Background: - Both Hinduism and Islam existed through sometimes with conflicts - Both religions share an appreciation for religious devotion and the attainment of mystical states - In Hinduism, there were the devotees of bhakt yoga - ,3,8O,29K070Z,8$:1L829K0,8O,2L.289L.,O97,L9L43 (some scholars maintain that Sufism derived much early inspiration from Hinduism) - Both relig
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