In a Sikh's life, there are only four ceremonies: birth ceremony, marriage ceremony (anand karaj), initiation ceremony (receiving amrit), and death ceremony. Quite simple. Two of these, you have no choice over (birth and death). The other two, you might have some choice or at least influence over.Hello everybody
I have a simply question to ask
it is necessary to take amrit for a sikh
and what is the rapport of non baptism sikh and god
thanks for your answer
That hits the nail on the head andI should have said that and then added the rest.Here's another context to put this in:
When you get that feeling inside that you want to give your life to the Guru, that is when you consider taking Amrit. If you are considering taking Amrit so that you can receive Naam, or get salvation, or follow the rules, or get to wear the bana, etc. etc. etc. then reconsider your motivations in light of how the original Panj Pyare stood up.