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It was this social unit which was most important for all the Sikh Gurus who preached the 'life of a house-holder' rather than the 'life of renunciation' which was prevalent in other cultures of the time.
All the Sikh Gurus were members of the 'family unit'; all adult Sikh Gurus were married while the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Harkrishan was a 'bala' or "child Guru".
Marriage, called Anand Karaj in Sikhi is considered to be a sacrament.
A true partnership in marriage is made between those who are united in spirit as well as in mind and body.
Marriage is regarded as a strong bond between the bride and groom and the relatives of both families - it is accepted as a joining of the two families into one as well.
Each family member is expected to play their role in the family to help nurture and flourish the family; mothers are traditionally given an important role in the bring up of the young within the family.
After the Sikh mother gives birth to a child, she with the other female members play a dominate role in the bringing up of the child for the first few years.