The Fiji Museum - Virtual Museum

Sikh man

Sikhism is not a religion based on image worship, but places the ultimate reverence on their sacred, holy book the Granth Sahib. Most Sikhs came to Fiji as free immigrants after 1904, with only a very small number coming as indentured labourers. They established themselves as farmers, policemen, teachers and preachers.

The audio is of a religious song in a Sikh temple. (Audio by CasaAsiaSons is licensed under CC BY 3.0)

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