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Sikhism
Sikhism is an Indian religion that was born and developed
during the conflict between Hinduism and Islam. The faith
began around 1500 CE. The adherents of Sikhism are called
Sikhs, the root of these concepts deriving from the Sanskrit
term shishya. Thus, the original meaning of this term is
associated with the student, someone who follows directions.
This religion was founded by Guru Nanak who was the first of
the 10 Sikh Gurus. Nanak was born in 1469 to a Hindu family
in northeastern India. He traveled a lot in different directions
and preached to both Hindus and Muslims.   According to Guru Nanak's teachings, Sikhism was a means of
uniting people. The intention of Sikhism was to achieve a
reality that stood above the differences between the other two
religions. In this regard, Nanak proposed Sikhism by focusing
on the authority of God rather than the sole Creator.
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