Sikhism Life After Death

where does re-incarnation tie into sikhism?

ive been doing alot of research on life after death and one thing i can’t get my head around is where does re-incarnation tie in?

i understand the bit about the 5 khands but when does one get re-incarnated before the khands? or after? or does one get re-incarnated after dharam khand?

im looking for sikhs who know something about their religion to answer not the ones who claim to be sikh.

but generally welcoming all answers from others if u know then tell me lol….

Look at the following sites.

Does Sikhism Believe in Reincarnation?
I have always believed Sikhism supports reincarnation (transmigration of souls) … In other words, both Karma and reincarnation are part of the invented trilogy … – Cached
Sikhism: Definition and Much More from
Sikhism n. A monotheistic religion founded in northern India in the 16th … men and women to an endless cycle of birth — a concept known as reincarnation. … – 189k – Cached
Reincarnation, Transmigration of the Soul – Crystalinks
Reincarnation, literally “to be made flesh … as Hinduism (including Yoga, Vaishnavism, and Shaivism), Jainism, and Sikhism. … Reincarnation and Hinduism … – 67k – Cached
Reincarnation and Sikhism
Reincarnation. Reincarnation/Transmigration. Gauree Chaytee, First Mehl: 1 … As the seas and the oceans are overflowing with water, so vast are my own sins. … – Cached
BBC – Religion & Ethics – Reincarnation
The quality of a soul after death is determined by its karma at the time of death. Reincarnation if it’s bad, and deliverance if it’s good. – Cached
God – Reincarnation – Sikhism
I have a few questions about Waheguru. I know that the purpose of a Sikh’s life is live according to the rehat maryada and achieve enlightenment or moksha, which in …