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When was Sikhism founded?

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2010-10-20 23:14:28
2010-10-20 23:14:28

It was founded 500 years ago.

Clarification: Sikhism was founded in the year 1499. A.D. Guru Nanak Dev Ji was its founder. The internet is lucky I am doing a project on this

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