OK for days now there is a question that's been bothering me. Is Sikhism a religion? here is my reasoning for that. In Sikh faith it is said to believe that there is no caste, creeds, "religion". All are equal correct,? So than why is it that Sikhism is considers a religion". Some may argue that Sikhism is a way of life, Ok but that's what religion is, it has certain rules or teachings (for that matter) and sins you should not commit there for telling u "the way u should persue life". OK than can we conclude that Sikhism is all and everything is Sikhism? Since we are all equal and therefore all religion's thru out the world are hence forth a part of Sikhism as well in a sense. (Willing to alberate just wanted the idea out) Now a common observation is understood and that is, religion is man made, creed and caste as well. So what is Sikhism? (Not beliefs) but category and its placement in this earth or universe for that matter. Please help me organize this in my head. I wanna know your opinion and perspective.