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Sikh's have one god
Hindus have many and one god
Buddhists don't see the need for a god for salvation
they are all classed in the diatomic religions grouping and all have teachers of their drama (truth) but you could say their is no Major similarity in them apart from country of origin and the similarities all religions have
All the above listed religions and the ones not listed, teach and talk of peaceful and mutual co-existence amongst all living things. To have respect for each other. To be humble and to work towards the upliftedNTf the society. Apart from this anything else that one understands is from a religion is one's own interpretation to suit one's own needs.
All were born in India, then spread & prospered throughout the world.
None R included in the so called 'Faiths of the Book.
Propagate peace , tolerance & non-violence.
Do not believe in or encourage Conversion from other faiths.
Have survived & thrived despite repeated onslaughts from preachers of other religions.
have the best philosophy to back them.
Here are the common similarities shared by Hinduism Sikhism , Buddhism and Jainism.
1.All these religions see Om or Omar as a sacred word and is commonly used in the beginning of their mantras or sacred invocations. In Sikhism Om is called as Ik Onkaar .
2.All these religions believe in the existence of the soul and its rebirth in different bodies.
3. The ends or aim of all these religions is the liberation of the soul from the bondage of matter or Moksha. The Hindu Moksha and the Jain Nibbana and the Buddhist Nirvana is one and the same thing.
4.All these religions believe in the law of karma , or the law of cause and effect.
5. Vegetarianism is considered a virtue in all these religions.