Indian History

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Sikh Gurus

Guru Angad: He was the second Guru of Sikhs. He introduced "Gurumuki" as the medium of Sikh preaching and strengthened common kitchen called "Langer".

Guru Amardas: He was the third Guru of Sikhs. He condemned the practice of Sati and prohibited consumption of liquor among the Sikhs.

Guru Ramdas: He was the fourth guru of Sikh. He got the town of Amritsar from Akbar and dug a great tank called Amritsagar and constructed famous Golden Temple in the midest of it.

Guru Arjun Singh: He was the fifith Guru of Sikhs. He compiled Adi Granth. As he gave blessings to Khusru, he was put to death by Jahangir in 1606.

Guru Har Govind: He was the sixth Guru of Sikhs. He rebelled against Shahjahan in 1628 and defeated the Mughal army at Sangrama near Amritsar.

Guru Tej Bahadur: He was the Ninth Guru of Sikhs. The Mughal emperor Aurangazeb put him to death when he refused to convert into Islam.

Guru Govind Singh: He was the tenth Guru of Sikhs. He organised the Sikhs into an order called Khalsa. He trained the sikhs in Gurella warfare. He defeated Mughal Army led by Dilwar Khan.