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Who was guru nanak?

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2011-08-18 08:45:49
2011-08-18 08:45:49

Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji was the first Sikh guru.
Guru Nanak Dev Ji is the first Guru of the Sikhs and is the founder of Sikhism.

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