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The Sikh Guru's
|1. Siri Guru Nanak Dev Ji||1469||- 1539|
|2. Siri Guru Angad Dev Ji||1504||- 1552|
|3. Siri Guru Amar Das Ji||1479||- 1574|
|4. Siri Guru Ram Das Ji||1534||- 1581|
|5. Siri Guru Arjan Dev Ji||1563||- 1606|
|6. Siri Guru Hargobind Ji||1595||- 1644|
|7. Siri Guru Har Rai Ji||1630||- 1661|
|8. Siri Guru Har Krishan Ji||1655||- 1664|
|9. Siri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji||1621||- 1675|
|10. Siri Guru Gobind Singh Ji||1666||- 1708|
After the death of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the Sikhs were asked to accept no other Guru except the Holy Book (The Granth). The Sikhs, therefore, call the Holy Book not simply the Granth, but 'Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.' The Sikhs bow to the Holy Book because it contains hymns in praise of God. They keep it with great care and wrap it in fine cloth.
"The best of all religions is, To remember God's Name and do good deeds."
"Truth is above everything; But higher still is truthful living."
"The world is on fire; Save it in thy mercy, O Lord."
(Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji)
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