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Sikhism (or Sikhi) is one of the major world religions, primarily developed in 16th and 17th century India. "Sikhi" comes from the word "Sikh", and the word "Sikh" comes from its Sanskrit root "śiṣya" (शिष्य) which means "disciple" or "learner".

 

Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji was the founder of Sikhism. Sikhism was well established by the time of Guru Arjan Dev Ji, the fifth Guru. Guru Arjan Dev Ji completed the establishment of Amritsar as the capital of the Sikh world, and compiled the first authorized book of Sikh scripture, Adi Granth. Sixth Guru Har Gobind Sahib Ji, started to militarize the community so that they would be able to resist any oppression. The Sikhs fought a number of battles to preserve their faith. The first military leader of the Sikhs to follow the Gurus was Banda Singh Bahadur.

 

The opening sentence of the Sikh scriptures is only two words long, and reflects the base belief of all who adhere to the teachings of the religion: Ek Onkar "Ek" is One and "Onkar" is God - "There is only one God."
 


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Gurudwara Six Patshahi in Tapera Historical Pipal tree which was going up in the sky by magic of Siddhas and Guru nanak dev ji prevented it to move up. Gurudwara Baba Al Mast Sahib Ji Who Called the Six Sikh Guru Har Gobind Sahib Ji to resote the Nanak Matta as a Sikh Shrine
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Bowli Sahib, Maradana The pupil of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji dragged the River by a simple stick in hand
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Doodh Wala Kuan Where Guru Nanank Dev ji Converted the water of the dwell into the Milk Giving answer to Siddhas

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