Sikhism Explain how Sikhism is like a blending (or compromise) between  Islam and Hinduism. Refer specifically to their beliefs, ritual actions and orientation towards God/Allah.

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#5 is correct; Sikhism deviates from the multi-theist tendencies of strict Hindu beliefs to gather all gods into one; while the connections to Islam and Hindu are significant, Sikhism also collects belief structures from other major religions.

Properly, Sikhism is an example of Syncretism, incorporating beliefs, traditions, and ideals from many religions into a whole.

Sikhism as a religion that was borne out of the interplay between Hindu and Muslim belief, and as a result we can definitely say that there are links between it and these two major religions. The distinct difference is that...

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