Sikh Experience, 2nd edition
Seeking Religion

By Philip Emmett
November 2000
Hodder Education
ISBN: 9780340747728
Distributed by Trans-Atlantic Publications
64 pages, Illustrated
$32.50 Paper original

The Seeking Religion series at KS3 offers a colourful, imaginative and easy-to-read resource for Religious Education.
It has been designed to provide a balanced, factual and culturally sensitive approach to the major world religions, along with opportunities for students to explore and reflect on their own beliefs and values.
This new edition has been reviesed and enlarged to reflect the necessary balance between the 'learning about' and 'learning from' approaches to Religious Education, and to offer a wider range of imaginative and challenging questions and activities for students.

Table of Contents:
1 Guru Nanak
2 After Guru Nanak
3 Guru Gobind Rai and the First Vaisakhi
4 The Khalsa
5 Guru Granth Sahib
6 Rahit Maryada
7 What Sikhs believe
8 Being a Sikh - Bith and Initiation
9 Daily Life
10 Worship and the Gurdwara
11 Sikhs celebrating
12 Festivals
13 Being a Sikh - Marriage and Funerals
14 Places
15 Heroes, Heoines and Martyrs
16 People
17 Equality and the Place of Women
18 Past, Present and Future
19 Sikh Culture in a new Millenium
20 Conclusion - Sikh Feelings and Thoughts



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