Sikhism: An Introduction
Sikhism is a religion of action and human freedom. It is a religion original, distinct and revealed. It is the youngest religion of the world founded by Guru Nanak Dev Ji in 1469 AD. It is a practical religion – a faith of hope and optimism. Its ideals forms a large part of the more progressive elements in humanity today. It shows mankind how to lead a worthy and useful life in the world, which elevates it to the status of Universal World Faith.