Sikh 10 Gurus Wooden Photo frame

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  • The first of the Gurus and the founder of the Sikh religion was Guru Nanak DEV JI. He was born at Talwandi (now known as Nankana Sahib in Pakistan) on October 20, 1469;
  • GURU ANGAD DEV JI was born in 1504. HE invented and introduced the Gurmukhi (written form of Punjabi script and made it known to all Sikhs;
  • GURU AMAR DAS JI was born in 1479. HE took up cudgels of spirituality to fight against caste restrictions, caste prejudices, and the curse of untouchability;
  • GURU RAM DAS JI was born in 1534. HE founded the city of Amritsar and started the construction of the famous Golden Temple at Amritsar, the holy city of the Sikhs;
  • GURU ARJAN DEV JI was born in 1563. He was the third son of Guru Ram Das ji;
  • GURU HAR GOBIND JI was born in 1595. He was the son of Guru Arjan Dev and was known as a “soldier saint”;
  • GURU HAR RAI JI was born in 1630. He was the grandson of Guru Hargobind. He is known as the “tender-hearted” Guru;
  • GURU HAR KRISHAN JI was born in 1656. He became Guru at the age of 5 and breathed his last at the age of 8 in New Delhi, India, where the Gurdwara of Bangala Sahib has been established;
  • GURU TEG BAHADUR JI was born in 1621 in Amritsar. He was the youngest son of Guru Hargobind;
  • GURU GOBIND SINGH JI was born in 1666. He created the Khalsa (The Pure Ones) in 1699, changing the Sikhs into a saint-soldier order with special symbols and sacraments for protecting themselves
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Sikhism was established by ten Gurus, divine spiritual messengers or masters, over the period from 1469 to 1708that is, over a period of 239 years. The “Gurus” in Sikhism are regarded as enlighteners and divine messengers. History presents the followers of the faith and others with the raw material required to learn about the beliefs and practices propagated by the Gurus.

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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 4 × 2 in


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