Guru Nanak the founder of Sikhism and first of the ten gurus. He travelled far and wide teaching people the message of One God who dwells in everyone. The halo surrounding his head symbolises his saintliness and wisdom.
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Mata Nanaki (1464-1518) The First Sikh Born in Chahal village (now Lahore, Pakistan), Mata Nanaki loved and nurtured her younger brother Nanak. In 1469, Nanak experienced a divine vision as a young man and became the first Guru or "teacher" of what is now the Sikh faith. Mata Nanaki was the first to follow him and should be celebrated as the first Sikh, which literally means "disciple" or "seeker of truth."