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The Religion Of The Sikh Gurus

Description Guru Nanak (A.D. 1469 - 1538) the founder of the Sikhism and its first Guru, was born at Talwandi (Nankana Sahib) in the Punjab and passed away after an eventful carrier. He traveled widely in India and is said to have visited Persia, Turkestan, Iraq and even Mecca, Nanak preached liberal doctrines, religious as well as social, and tried to harmonize Hinduism and Islam by his life and teachings. He composed many religions hymns which formed the nucleus of the Granth Sahib, the sacred scripture of the Sikhs. He was followed by nine other Gurus in succession, under whom Sikhism gradually developed and received its final shape. [edit]
Keywords Sikh Religion, Sikh Gurus, Teja Singh, Talwandi, Nankana, 1469, Patna, 1666, Nirgun, Sargun, Sikh Philosophy, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000635
Author Teja Singh M. A.
Year 1989
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         36
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