Sikhism (Punjabi for “disciple”) — is a monotheistic religion founded by Guru Nanak Devi Ji at the end of XV century in Penjab, India. The sacred scripture of Sikhism is Guru Granth Sahib Ji. According to their beliefs, God is timeless, sightless, shapeless and omnipresent. All human beings are equal and free, they should aspire to love and respect each other. Enforcement, violence and discrimination are dreadful sins. Sikhs revere God through meditation.