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History of Sikhism

He was the first Guru of the fifteenth century in the Punjab region in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. The Sikh Empire's secular administration integrated innovative military, economic and governmental reforms. The months leading up to the partition of India in , saw heavy conflict in the Punjab between Sikhs and Muslims, which saw the effective religious migration of Punjabi Sikhs and Hindus from West Punjab and mirrored a similar religious migration of Punjabi Muslims from East Punjab. At present, the majority of Sikhs live in the Punjab state of India. Nanak's mother was Mata Tripta, and he had one older sister, Bibi Nanki. From an early age, Guru Nanak Dev Ji seemed to have acquired a questioning and enquiring mind and refused as a child to wear the ritualistic "sacred" thread called a Janeu and instead said that he would wear the true name of God in his heart as protection, as the thread which could be broken, be soiled, burnt or lost could not offer any security at all. From early childhood, Bibi Nanki saw in her brother the Light of God but she did not reveal this secret to anyone.


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