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Q:

With whom is the Golden Temple related?

  • 1
    Buddhism
  • 2
    Sikhism
  • 3
    Hinduism
  • 4
    none of these
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Answer : 2. "Sikhism"
Explanation :

1. Golden Temple is located in Punjab.

2. The Golden Temple was established by the fourth Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Ram Das in 1577 AD.

3. It was built on a plot of land where three different rivers met, which is why the names of the holy rivers are part of the name Amritsar.

4. Buildings have been added to over the years and now cover an area of 28 acres.

5. Harmandir Sahib, also known as the Golden Temple, is built in the form of a pool (sarovar), with the Guru Granth Sahib seated on a raised platform or throne.

6. Sarovar represents the body of the Supreme Creator Lord, who is situated at the origin of all existence.

7. It is said that Guru Gobind Ji created "Khalsa Panth".

8. Guru Nanak had predicted that the day would come when his people would be tested by their faith in God.

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