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What is sangat tradition in Sikhism?

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A form of community kitchen which serves free food to those in need irrespective of caste, creed, religion or sex.
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A religious congregation of devotees regardless of caste, class, creed, sex or religion.
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A congregation of Sikh devotees.
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A congregation of young devotees.
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The correct option is B A religious congregation of devotees regardless of caste, class, creed, sex or religion.
Early in the morning Guru Angad Dev would hold a religious meeting at Khadoor Sahib. This tradition was called ‘Sangat’. Sangat was a congregation of devotees regardless of caste, class, creed, sex or religion. In these meetings, the Guruji would ask his followers to recite ‘Nam’. He urged them to practice moral values, earn honest livelihood and nurture their families.

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