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Guru Nanak was born in 1469 at a place called Talwandi in Northern India, now in Pakistan.

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Guru Nanak was born in 1469 at a place called Talwandi in Northern India, now in Pakistan. He was born in a Hindu family an area deeply divided between Muslims and Hindus. Nanak was once sent to a school for boys and was expelled for what the teacher called rudeness. Another time his farther sent him to go and look after the cattle for him but when his farther left him and came back the cattle had eaten the entire weed that his father had grown. ...read more.

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When he got back his farther was mad at him cause he had not brought anything back with him. Nanak told his farther what he did with all of the money he was given. After he was back he went to go and bathe in the nearby river with his friends, but one day he was not there and his friends and his family thought that Nanak had drowned but three days later he was found and was a bit silent at first but when he did speak he said, "There is neither Hindu nor Muslim, so whose path shall I follow? ...read more.

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He went on to say that God had spoken to him and told him to go round singing God's song. The Sikh faith began with Guru Nanak who taught that everyone is equal before God. He said that if people pray and try to live a good life, God would be their Guru -their Nanak. Guru Nanak was once imprisoned by the emperor but was soon kindly set free. Guru Nanak's family and friends all went and gathered in a big circle around him as he just laid (as they say it in a nice way) asleep in the fields of specials flowers. ...read more.

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