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Sikh religion is the most modern and universal religion in the world. In fact Sikh religion is not for any particular faith or social segment but for whole humanity. Sikh religion does not teach to take as many people as possible within its fold. On the other hand, the holy masters (Gurus) of this religion laid stress on the liberal thought and ideal teaching that if any person is Muslim, he must be very good Muslim under his own religious doctrines. Similarly, if anybody has taken birth in Hindu environments, he must adore Hinduism in all acts and deeds. Sikhism teaches humanity that all religions are indeed different paths leading to the same destination that is Almighty or God. The followers of this unique religion are called 'Sikhs' who possess distinct identity. They do not cut hair and wear turban (pagri). The Sikhs have ten Gurus (the holy religious masters). The tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh founded Khalsa panth, which is also called Sikhism. The ten Guruslived life full of challenges and hardships. Every Guru did marvellous and unprecedented acts and deeds showing undaunted heroism under the prevalent circumstances of their respective times. And in this way, the Gurus made their followers fearless and confident enough to face every kind of hazard of life whatsoever in making their lives sublime. The names of ten Sikh Gurus are : 1. Guru Nanak Dev ji, 2. Guru Angad Dev ji, 3 . Guru Amardas ji, 4. Guru Ram Dass ji, 5. Guru Arjun Dev ji, 6. Guru Hargobind Sahib ji, 7. Guru Har Rai Sahib ji, 8. Guru Harkrishan Sahib ji, 9. Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib Ji and 10. Guru Gobind Singh Ji. In his life time, the first Guru. Guru Nanak Dev Ji undertook great four journeys on foot in company with Bala and Mardana (diciples) to teach lessons of divinity and true & ideal human life and to eradicate wrong customs, beliefs, rituals and traditions prevailing in social fabric of India, just like custom of Sati' prevailing in those days. It is worth mentioning that Guru Nanak also travelled beyond India up to China, Lunca, Sikkim, Bhutan, Nepal, Makka & Madina in Iran and up to Afghanistan, and other adjoining territories. All of us must take serious note of this historical happening and appreciate that how difficult it was to travel on foot five centuries ago unto the distant places and lands, when there was hardly any means and modes of travelling and communication.
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