Sikh events

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This is a list of events related to Sikhism.

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Msg event.pngThe Sikh Faith


[Root.GetName] is situated on the border between adherents of Hinduism and Islam. In this area marked by religious tension and differences, a man named Nanak has started to preach that there is no Hindu or Muslim, but that the truth is with God, who is neither.

Although his rejection of ancient customs has outraged devoted [Root.Religion.GetName] believers, Nanak's disregard for caste and creed has allowed his teachings to take root among the population. His disciples are known as Sikhs and are spreading this new faith rapidly throughout [Root.GetName].


 
Trigger conditions
  • Year is 1480 or later
  • The Sikhism Sikh religion is not enabled
  • Province religion is Hinduism Hindu and a neighbouring province's religion is in Muslim group, or vice versa
Mean time to happen

260 months
Modifiers

  • Province is Doaba: ×0.4
  • Culture is Panjabi: ×0.6

Event button 547.png
We'll need to talk to this Nanak about the [Root.Owner.Religion.GetName] faith.
  • The Sikhism Sikh religion is enabled
  • Change religion to Sikhism Sikh
  • Gain permanent province modifier “Religious Center”, giving:
    • Local missionary strength.png −5% Local missionary strength
  • Gain province modifier “Religious Zeal” for 4500 days, giving:
    • Missionary strength.png −100% Missionary strength
  • Two random neighbouring non-Sikh provinces other than the country's capital:
    • Change religion to Sikhism Sikh
    • Gain province modifier “Religious Zeal” for 4500 days, giving:
      • Missionary strength.png −100% Missionary strength
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Msg event.pngGuru Angad


'Death would not be called bad, O people, if one knew how to truly die.'

The founder of our faith has passed away. Guru Nanak's body is dead, but the spirit of the Guru lives on in his successor, Guru Angad. Angad was one of Nanak's most loyal followers and carries on his legacy in establishing the Sikh community, spreading the use of a new alphabet to promote education of the young.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Religion is Sikhism Sikh
  • Year is 1539 or later but before 1552
  • Month is September or later
  • Does not have country modifier “Guru Angad”
Mean time to happen

7 days


Event button 547.png
The light of the Guru shines on.
  • Gain country modifier “Guru Angad” until the end of the game, giving:
    • Technology cost.png −5% Technology cost
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Msg event.pngGuru Amar Das


Guru Angad has passed on and left the guruship in the care of his loyal servant Amar Das. A man of great humility, Guru Amar Das nevertheless has ambitions for the teachings of Sikhism, strengthening the doctrine of equality that has gained popularity among the common people and establishing religious representatives called the Masand, spreading the word of our faith further than the Guru alone ever could.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Religion is Sikhism Sikh
  • Year is 1552 or later but before 1574
  • Month is March or later
  • Does not have country modifier “Guru Amar Das”
Mean time to happen

26 days


Event button 547.png
Our Guru is the strength of the weak and the emancipation of the slave!
  • Gain country modifier “Guru Amar Das” until the end of the game, giving:
    • Missionary strength.png +2% Missionary strength
    • National unrest.png −2 National unrest
  • Remove country modifier "Guru Angad"
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Msg event.pngGuru Ram Das


Guru Amar Das has left this world and passed the guruship to his disciple and son-in-law Jetha, now known as Ram Das. He will oversee the continued construction of our holy city and encourages followers to attain enlightenment not only through solitary meditation, but from actively engaging with the community and their fellow Sikhs.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Religion is Sikhism Sikh
  • Year is 1574 or later but before 1581
  • Month is September or later
    • Does not have country modifier “Guru Ram Das”
Mean time to happen

1 day


Event button 547.png
Our Guru is a servant of God and we serve our Guru.
  • Gain country modifier “Guru Ram Das” until the end of the game, giving:
    • Stability cost modifier.png −10% Stability cost
  • Remove country modifier "Guru Amar Das"
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Msg event.pngGuru Arjan


After the death of Amar Das, his younger son Arjan has been chosen as the next Guru, despite contention from his older brother. To preserve the knowledge and hymns of past gurus, Arjan has begun to compile a volume known as the Adi Granth. The spiritual writing collected within come from many great teachers and the Guru has instructed that anyone may partake of it. He has also founded a great temple, the Harmandir Sahib, giving all Sikhs a place to meet and worship.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Religion is Sikhism Sikh
  • Year is 1581 or later but before 1606
  • Month is September or later
  • Does not have country modifier “Guru Arjan”
Mean time to happen

1 day


Event button 547.png
We shall keep the knowledge safe and build upon it.
  • If an owned province has a free building slot and no Latin temple.png Temple, then build one, in Doaba if possible
  • Otherwise, gain Administrative power.png 50 administrative power
  • Gain country modifier “Guru Arjan” until the end of the game, giving:
    • Diplomatic technology cost −5% Diplomatic technology cost
  • Remove country modifier "Guru Ram Das"
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Msg event.pngGuru Hargobind


'As I crush these onions you have brought to me, so shall your son crush the heads of his enemies, and be at once a great warrior and exalted Guru.'

So spoke seer Baba Buddha of Arjan's successor, Guru Hargobind. The world has changed and the Sikhs can no longer trust their potential enemies to be merciful, but have taken up arms against those who seek to make martyrs out of the Guru and his disciples.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Religion is Sikhism Sikh
  • Year is 1606 or later but before 1644
  • Month is May or later
  • Does not have country modifier “Guru Hargobind”
Mean time to happen

25 days


Event button 547.png
Swords shall replace the crown of the Guru.
  • Gain country modifier “Guru Hargobind” until the end of the game, giving:
    • Discipline.png +5% Discipline
  • Remove country modifier "Guru Arjan"
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Msg event.pngGuru Har Rai


Guru Hargobind's grandson, Har Rai, has been trained by his grandfather in preparation for taking over the guruship, and now that time has come. Although instructed in the ways of combat and maintaining the army built by his predecessor, Har Rai is of a more sensitive disposition and his love for all living things compels him to seek diplomatic solutions.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Religion is Sikhism Sikh
  • Year is 1644 or later but before 1661
  • Month is March or later
  • Does not have country modifier “Guru Har Rai”
Mean time to happen

3 days


Event button 547.png
Enough of battle; now is the time for healing.
  • Gain country modifier “Guru Har Rai” until the end of the game, giving:
    • Diplomatic reputation.png +1 Diplomatic reputation
  • Remove country modifier "Guru Hargobind"
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Msg event.pngGuru Har Krishan


The body of Guru Har Rai passed on, leaving a very young successor to assume the mantle. Har Krishan was deemed a better candidate than his older brother, who put diplomatic pragmatism before adherence to the faith. While our new Guru does not lack piety or kindness, his young age of only 4 years limits our diplomatic options.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Religion is Sikhism Sikh
  • Year is 1661 or later but before 1665
  • Month is October or later
  • Does not have country modifier “Guru Har Krishan”
Mean time to happen

6 days


Event button 547.png
Our Guru is still our blessing.
  • Gain country modifier “Guru Har Krishan” until the end of the game, giving:
    • Tolerance own.png +1 Tolerance of the true faith
    • Diplomatic reputation.png −1 Diplomatic reputation
  • Remove country modifier "Guru Har Rai"
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Msg event.pngGuru Tegh Bahadur


The young Guru Har Krishan has tragically passed away. After some confusion about who his successor might be, Tegh Bahadur has been chosen as the new Guru. Initially a reclusive man, he has risen to the occasion and proven to be a determined leader. Despite his own rejection of rituals and ceremonial practices, he has taken on the task of safeguarding not only the religion of his own followers, but of Hindus who flee to our lands from persecution.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Religion is Sikhism Sikh
  • Year is 1665 or later but before 1675
  • Month is March or later
  • Does not have country modifier “Guru Tegh Bahadur”
Mean time to happen

20 days


Event button 547.png
Our Guru is the True King and the shield of the oppressed.
  • Every neighbouring Hinduism Hindu country gains opinion modifier “Offered Friendliness” towards this country, worth +50
  • Gain country modifier “Guru Tegh Bahadur” until the end of the game, giving:
    • Tolerance heretic.png +4 Tolerance of heretics
  • Remove country modifier "Guru Har Krishan"
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Msg event.pngGuru Gobind Singh


With the death of Tegh Bahadur, Sikhs have once again had to face hostility from their political and religious enemies. His son, Gobind Rai, is determined to unite the Sikhs and gather those who are willing to give their lives for their Guru. The coming decades will build up to the creation of the Khalsa, those initiated by the Guru's ceremonies into our faith, and Gobind Rai will be known to history as Guru Gobind Singh.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Religion is Sikhism Sikh
  • Year is 1675 or later but before 1708
  • Month is November or later
  • Does not have country modifier “Guru Gobind Singh”
Mean time to happen

11 days


Event button 547.png
The Khalsa belong to God, Victory belongs to God!
  • Gain country modifier “Guru Gobind Singh” until the end of the game, giving:
    • Discipline.png +5% Discipline
    • Religious unity.png +20% Religious unity
  • Remove country modifier "Guru Tegh Bahadur"
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Msg event.pngGuru Granth Sahib


Guru Gobind Singh is gone, but has passed on the guruship to one who shall never die. The collection of sacred texts known as the Adi Granth, once created by Guru Arjan and built upon by gurus after him, was designated by Gobind Singh as the final successor who will guide the Sikhs: The Guru Granth Sahib. Henceforth, whatever questions Sikhs may have for the Guru shall be answered by the knowledge contained within it.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Religion is Sikhism Sikh
  • Year is 1708 or later
  • Month is October or later
  • Has country modifier “Guru Gobind Singh”
Mean time to happen

7 days


Event button 547.png
Those who want to meet God can find Him in its hymns.
  • Gain country modifier “Guru Granth Sahib” until the end of the game, giving:
    • Missionaries.png +1 Missionary
    • State maintenance.png −15% State maintenance
  • Remove country modifier "Guru Gobind Singh"
Event button 547.png
The Guru is the Fulfiller of the desires of the mind.
  • Gain country modifier “Guru Granth Sahib” until the end of the game, giving:
    • Army drill gain modifier.png +50% Army drill gain modifier
    • Army drill decay modifier.png +50% Army drill decay modifier
  • Remove country modifier "Guru Gobind Singh"
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Msg event.pngNo More Gurus


[Root.GetName] is now a [Root.Religion.GetName] state. We no longer call ourselves Sikhs, and have accordingly cut off ties with the Sikh Guru.


 
Trigger conditions
  • Religion is not Sikhism Sikh
  • Has one of the guru country modifiers
Mean time to happen

1 day


Event button 547.png
The [Root.Religion.GetName] path will guide us from now on.
  • Remove the guru country modifier
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Msg event.pngGuru in [Root.GetName]


Event trigger.png This event has multiple descriptions available. The below is used if:

The following description is used before 1539:
A man who some call a guru has arrived in [Root.GetName]. He claims to have received a revelation, being called by Heaven to travel from his home to distant lands, spreading the message of the one true God.

His local disciples insist that this God is revealed through all religions, including [Root.Owner.Religion.GetName], and defends Nanak as simply revealing the truths in our own faith. However, there is no question that these teachings reject our rituals and traditions, making people stray from the true path of [Root.Owner.Religion.GetName].

The following description is used from 1539:

A man who some call a guru has arrived in [Root.GetName]. He claims to have received a revelation, being called by Heaven to travel from his home to distant lands, spreading the message of the one true God.

His local disciples insist that this God is revealed through all religions, including [Root.Owner.Religion.GetName], and defends him as simply revealing the truths in our own faith. However, there is no question that these teachings reject our rituals and traditions, making people stray from the true path of [Root.Owner.Religion.GetName].
 
Trigger conditions
  • The Sikhism Sikh religion is enabled
  • Year is before 1550
  • Province is not a religious center
  • Province does not have the modifier “Religious Center”
  • Religion is not Sikhism Sikh
  • At least one of:
    • Year is before 1515 and province is in Hindustan, Bengal or Western India region
    • Year is 1514 or later but before 1525 and province is in Kashmir or Himalayan Hills area or Tibet region
    • Year is 1519 or later but before 1521 and province is in Mashriq or Arabia region
    • Year is 1525 or later and province is in Lahore, Multan, or the Sirhind area
Mean time to happen

800 months
Modifiers

  • Religion is in Muslim group and piety is less than −25: ×0.8
  • Has province modifier “Sufi Shrine”: ×0.9
  • National unrest.png Unrest is at least 5: ×0.7
  • Culture is Panjabi: ×0.75
  • Any neighbouring province is Sikhism Sikh: ×0.75
  • Religion is Hinduism Hindu and any neighbouring province is Muslim, or vice versa: ×0.5

Event button 547.png
As long as they pay taxes, they can believe what they want.
  • Change religion to Sikhism Sikh
  • Gain province modifier “Religious Zeal” for 4500 days, giving:
    • Missionary strength.png −100% Missionary strength
Event button 547.png
Get this man out of [Root.GetName]!
  • Gain Local unrest.png 6 unrest