The name of which religion comes from the Sanskrit root word ‘Shishya’ meaning ‘Disciple’?

A: Hinduism
B: Sikhism
C: Jainism
D: Buddhism
The name Sikhism has its origin in a Sanskrit word ‘disciple’, which means ‘follower’?

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Correct Answer : Sikhism
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The name of Sikhism religion comes from the Sanskrit root word 'Shishya' meaning 'Disciple'. Sikhs are the disciples of God who follow the writings and teachings of the ten Sikh Gurus. Sikh is a monotheistic religion. He believes that he should remember God in each of his works. It is called Simran (Sumiran). Born in Punjab in 1469 AD, Nanak Dev discovered and spread Gurmat. The main principles of Sikh philosophy are renunciation, faith in God, love for humans and obedience to gurus. Today, there are more than 25 million Sikh populations worldwide, most of which reside in the Indian state of Punjab.

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