- (1469–1539), Indian religious leader and founder of Sikhism; known as Guru Nanak. Not seeking to create a new religion, he preached that spiritual liberation could be achieved through meditating on the name of God. His teachings are contained in a number of hymns which form part of the Guru Granth Sahib.
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