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This first god or what they called Guru was Nanak Nanak was born in the year 1469 in a village known as Talwandi Later it was changed in honor of him it was called Nanaks Place His parents were common villagers his father was a Hindu When Nanak was 7 he would ask his teacher about the True Name of God He studied Persian at the age of 9 Many people thought that he preferred a life of quiet meditation and religious devotion They felt supernatural powers were with him in difficult situations But his family felt he was useless and a disgrace to their family Nanak became unhappy Then one day after bathing Nanak disappeared into the forest he was taken in a vision to Gods appearance Nanak was offered a cup on nectar which he accepted God told him I am with thee I have make thee happy and also those who shall take thy name Go and repeat Mine and cause others to do likewise Abide uncontaminated by the world Practice the repetition of My Name charity ablutions worship and meditation My name is God the primal Brahma And thou at the divine Guru Three days later Nanak returned home He gave all his belongings to the poor They believed that he was possessed with an evil spirit A priest later broke that spell Later Nanak took Mardana a Mohammedan as a servant With him as a musical accompanist Nanak started to deliver more widely about the disciples of the One true God of all people both rich and poor Once Nanak put on a mangocoloured jacket over which he threw a white sheet He had a hat of a Muselman Qalandar while he wore a necklace of bones and he imprinted a saffron mark on his forehead in the style of Hindus This was evidence that he wanted Hindus and Mohammedan to
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