What area of the world is Sikhism found?
Sikhism can be found predominantly in the Punjab region of India but Sikhcommunities exist on every inhabited continent, with the largest emigrant population being Indian Britons in the United Kingdom. There are approximately 23.8 million Sikhs in the world.
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The founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, was born in 1469 in Punjab, India. However, one might say that Sikhism itself began in 1507, succeeding Nanak's epiphany and the start of his Guruship. ANS-2: The seed of Sikhism was soed by Guru Nanak Dev Ji and SIKHISM started from the day GURU NANAK started preaching.