|Pangat (Communal Seating)
|Rooted in the teachings of Guru Nanak.
|Signifies the practice of sitting together without any discrimination during langar (community meals).
|Rows of individuals sitting together, irrespective of social status.
|Varied, reflecting the diversity of Sikh congregations.
|Integral to the langar tradition, promoting equality and unity.
|Inaugurated by Guru Nanak to break down social hierarchies.
|Ubiquitous in Gurdwaras during langar services.
|Embodies Sikh principles of equality and humility.
|Simple in practice, profound in social impact.
|Elicits feelings of equality, community, and shared humanity.