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Guru's mother was Mata Tripta and he had one older sister, Bibi Nanki.From the very childhood, Bibi Nanki saw in him the Light of God but she did not reveal this secret to anyone. Even as a boy, Nanak was fascinated by religion, and his desire to explore the mysteries of life eventually led him to leave home.He wandered all over India in the manner of Hindu saints.It was during this period that Nanak met Kabir (1441-1518), a saint revered by both Hindus and Muslims.His followers and a highly respected friend the Sufi Sant Hazrat Mian Mir attempted to intercede on his behalf, but believing he had done nothing to warrant the fine he told them he wanted no one to interfere with the workings of Waheguru.He was also asked to change some wording of the former Gurus which he had collected in the Adi Granth--this he refused to do.
Sikhism's traditions and teachings are distinctively associated with the history, society and culture of the Punjab region, the traditional homeland of the Sikhs and the site of the Sikh Empire.He made four distinct major journeys, which are called Udasis spanning many thousands of miles.In 1538, Guru Nanak chose Bhai Lehna, his disciple as a successor to the Guruship rather than his son.The followers of Sikhism, or Sikhs, are ordained to follow the teachings of the ten Sikh Gurus, enshrined in the holy scripture the Guru Granth Sahib.While compiling the scripture, the fifth Sikh Guru, Guru Arjan Dev Ji incorporated not only the writings of the Sikh Gurus, but also included selected works of many devotees and saints from diverse socio-economic and religious backgrounds, who believed in the unity of God and denounced caste and superstition.
Guru Amar Das also trained 140 apostles of which 52 were women to manage the rapid expansion of the religion.