Guru Nanak

/ (ˈnaːˌnʌk) /


noun
  1. 1469–1539, Indian religious leader and founder of Sikhism. Born near Lahore in India, he spent many years as a missionary before returning to the Punjab, where he gained many followers: See also Ten Gurus

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