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Guru Nanak ( 1469-1539 )


Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, was a very high level social reformer.


Talwandi village near Lahore in the western Punjab of India. This place now belongs to Pakistan whose name is Nankana Sahib.
Guru Nanak’s father’s name was Mehta Kanyanbai. Everyone called him Mehta Kalu. His mother’s name is Tripata.
Nanak was the only son of devout parents.


He loved to be alone since childhood. From his childhood, a strong spiritual attitude can be noticed in Nanak. From the age of five, Guru Nanak used to visit the abodes of saints of different communities in the forest near Talwandi village.

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