Sikh Theocracy

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Sikh Theocracy is a culturally center and authoritarian center ideology. Sikh Theocracy is supportive of the Khalistan movement, which is a movement to create sovereign and separated state from India. Sikh Theocracy isn't for coercing Sikhism onto individuals, but rather gathering the existing Sikhs to put under a country of one religion voluntarily.

Sikhs believe in good and bad karma, and reincarnation over various creatures. Essentially, if you find the true purpose of life, your soul is carried away from Earth. If you do not, you are reincarnated back into a human. If you do bad deeds, you will be reincarnated into something that is not a human, e.g. elephant, ant, jaguar, etc. Sikhs often adopt a lacto-vegetarian diet for their lifestyle, though it is often debated by Sikhs whether you can or can't eat meat. Sikh Theocracy is not anti-LGBTQ+ either, as Sikhism has no scriptures about sexuality. Sikhism is a monotheistic religion, believing in a singular God (Waheguru), and Sikhs themselves pray/worship at gurudwaras.


Sikhism was created by Guru Nanak in 1500 founded a religious movement that fought superstition and avoided the elaborate rituals, idol worship, and asceticism that marked much of Hindu practice at the time. He preached of a God that resembled that of deism. His followers focused on meditation, cleanliness, and straight-dealing. Though officially they did not recognize caste, they drew mainly from the higher castes.

Sikhs began to intermarry and set up a counterculture. By the time of the fifth Guru, they had become well-established in economic niches (like horse trading) and started building their fortress Temple Amritsar. When the fifth Guru was tortured until he died by the Mughal Emperor Jahangir, the sixth Guru created a secret military order and eventually fought the Mughals. He also encouraged hunting and martial arts as hobbies.


Sikhism has 5 main things they must have: uncut hair, a comb, daggers, a steel bracelet, and underwear that is not conducive to rape.

All of the men have the last name, Singh, meaning lion, to remove their caste origin and focus on their warrior nature. All women adopt the last name of Kaur, meaning Lioness.

Sikhs must also avoid the Five Thieves: kam (lust), krodh (wrath), lobh (greed), moh (attachment), and ahankar (pride).


Sikh Theocracy is very kind, especially in comparison to other theocratic ideologies. He enjoys cooking and loves giving langar (free food) to other ideologies. Like his older brother on his mother's side and his mother, he enjoys meditation and yoga. However, he has minor daddy issues regarding his father.

How to Draw

Flag of Sikh Theocracy

The flag is based on the Khanda (Sikh symbol)

  1. Draw a circle
  2. Fill it with a yellow-orange base
  3. Draw two curved knives that cross at their handles (the blades are on the outside)
  4. Draw a vertical broadsword that is wider at the start and end of the blade in the middle
  5. Around the broadsword, draw a ring
  6. Add eyes and you're done
  7. (Optional) Add a turban
Color Name HEX RGB
Orange #FC9032 252, 144, 50
Dark gray #202020 32, 32, 32


ਦੋਸਤ (Friends)

ਮਿਕਸਡ (Mixed)

  • Islamic Theocracy - We share ideas, but you're too misogynistic for my tastes, and we used to kill each other a lot. Also, Guru Nanak was not a Muslim!
  • Christian Theocracy - We're both strikingly similar to one another, being monotheistic religions that emphasize kindness towards all, but you're also kinda misogynistic. Not as bad as him, but still...
  • Jihadism - People often think I am you! At least we both hate him, right?
  • Ethnonationalism - Based if done by me, cringe if done by anybody else.
  • National Agrarianism - My opinion on this is similar to my opinion above.
  • Agrarian Socialism - Farming based, socialism....kinda not good.
  • Agrarian Capitalism - I don't know what to say...
  • Agrarian Anarchism - Keep up the farming, BUT STOP BEING ANARCHIST!
  • Alt-Right - Some of you like me, but others try to kill me.[1]
  • LGBT - We accept the first three letters, but I'm not so sure about that fourth one... Also, like with her, ignore the fact a lot of my followers see you as inherently sinful.

ਦੁਸ਼ਮਣ (Enemies)

  • Marxism-Leninism - Way too atheist for my liking.
  • Maoism - Why would somebody want to share their farmland? NO FARMERS, NO FOOD! You can't get more weird than this guy!
  • INC and Hindutva - FREE KHALISTAN!
  • State Atheism - Stop murdering my followers or else you'll learn the hard way that our kirpans aren't just for show.
  • Nazism - Fascist maniac who indulges in krodh and ahankar, and betrayed me by cutting my kesh! I may not believe in hell, but I sure wish there was one so you could rot in it!

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