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Guru Nanak was born in 1469 in Pakistan, his parents were both Hindus. He spent a lot of time meditating when he was young. He often also questioned religion.
When Guru Nanak was 11 years old, his father made him take part in a religious ceremony where you put a sacred thread on. However, Nanak didn't want to because he believed people should be distinguished by what they do, not wear.
In 1487 Guru Nanak had married Mata Sulakhni and had 2 sons.
One day when he went to meditate near the water he had suddenly disappeared for two days. Everyone thought that Guru Nanak was dead however he had fortunately reappeared on the third day and claimed he had received a message from god.
Guru Nanak went on a journey for over 35 years to spread his message which was "There is no Muslim or Hindu, we are all equal" about the oneness of God
Guru Nanak became known as a "Guru" because of all his religious teachings and those teachings were to be remembered in the Guru Granth Sahib. He started the Langar because he thought everyone should eat together. He died 70 years old in 1539.
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