Sikhism Origin

Sikhs are one of the largest religious groups belonging to Indian Sub-continent.

The followers of Sikhism are subsequently known as Sikhs. They follow the preachings and paths established by Saint Guru Nanak ji. The successors of Guru Nanak ji are monothetic and speak punjabi language traditionally. Sikhism is prominently famous for its rich culture, religion, and valour. This religion teaches us to be united and work for everyone’s service.


The origin:
The Sikh Religion was founded in the Punjab state of Indian Subcontinent in the 15th century by Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The history takes us back to the years of the Mugal sultanate in India. The traditional scriptures record the birth year of Guru Nanak dev ji on 15th april, 1469 that is “Vaisakh” month according to the hindu religion.

He was born in Talwandi, Punjab that is now in the Pakistan region. Unlike any other Saints and Gurus at that time, Guru Nanak Dev ji acquired education and knowledge of scriptures and holy books to know about the real meaning of the existence of God and humanity

His teachings are recorded in the “Guru Granth Sahib ” and this book has the essence of the all ten Gurus of Sikhism. As the descendants of Guru Nanak Dev ji, nine sikh Gurus posthumously took to religion further and followed the divinity and paths sincerely. It is known that after the death of the tenth Guru, the essence of Nirgun “ without form” was transferred in the holy book “Guru Granth Sahib”.