Guru Nanak


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Related to Guru Nanak: Guru Granth Sahib, Sikhism
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Indian religious leader who founded Sikhism in dissent from the caste system of Hinduism

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Guru Nanak Daata Baksh Lai Mission, through which the productions and publications of Brig.
Talking about the event, one of the Guru Nanak Gurdwara members, Gindi Sarai, said: "We had a great time and saw a range of skills expertly demonstrated.
The movie had earlier courted a controversy after various Sikh organisations have sought ban on it for " animating" Guru Nanak Dev.
The procession of brightly coloured worshippers, called the Nagar Kirtan, snaked its way from West Bromwich High Street to the Guru Nanak Gurdwara in Smethwick yesterday.
The birth anniversary of Guru Nanak is celebrated by Sikh communities all over the world.
Guru Nanak Darbar hosts a special evening for members of Al Manar Islamic Centre
Manjit Singh GK, President Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee, which runs both institutes, said that the syndicate of the University of Mysore (UoM) has approved to provide recognition to Guru Hargobind Institute of Management and Information Technology Delhi and Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Information Technology Punjabi Bagh to start all these courses in their respective campus .
Colourful crowds enjoy the procession from Gurdwara Guru Nanak Parkash temple 200414VAISHAKHI.
He said Sikhism, started by Guru Nanak, preaches the principles of equality and ensures no one goes hungry.
Guru Nanak was dissatisfied with the political rule of His time.
Guru Nanak founded the Sikh faith in India more than 500 years ago.
If successful, the school, which would be called the Guru Nanak Academy, could open its doors to pupils in September next year and will be the first school in Sandwell to cater for four to 19 year olds.
JALALABAD (PAN): 154th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak was celebrated in Nangarhar on Thursday, during which the Sikhs prayed for peace in the country.
This was an emphasis that was representative of the blind formalism and severe orthodoxy confronted by the Indo-Islamic period sants, a group of spiritually sensitive devotees (Hindu and Muslim) all of whom spoke of a formless Lord whom they would approach in humility, with perhaps their most famous ambassador being Guru Nanak (d.
As I prepare to celebrate the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak, founder of Sikh Dharma, I'm mindful that his profound messages of God-conscious truths are as relevant today as then.