a member of a monotheistic religion, founded in the Punjab c1500 by the guru Nanak, that refuses to recognize the Hindu caste system or the Brahmanical priesthood and forbids magic, idolatry, and pilgrimages.
of or relating to the Sikhs or to Sikhism.
a member of an Indian religion that separated from Hinduism and was founded in the 16th century, that teaches monotheism and that has the Granth as its chief religious document, rejecting the authority of the Vedas
of or relating to the Sikhs or their religious beliefs and customs
noun, (in Indian architecture) 1. a convexly tapering tower, capped by an amalaka.
noun 1. the religion and practices of the Sikhs.
noun, Older Spelling. 1. Xi Jiang. noun, Pinyin. 1. a river in S China, flowing E from Yunnan province to the South China Sea near Canton. 1250 miles (2012 km) long. noun 1. See Xi
noun 1. a former name for Xi’an