Who formalized the Khalsa, a community of committed Sikhs, and initiated the practice of the five Ks, the Sikh emblems mentioned earlier.
Who defended religious freedom and sacrificed his life for the protection of the Hindu community.
Who became Guru at a young age and died of smallpox, but demonstrated the importance of compassion and service to others.
Who continued to promote the importance of spirituality, compassion, and emphasized the importance of protecting the environment.
Who introduced the concept of miri-piri, or the integration of spiritual and temporal power, and established the Sikh martial tradition.
Who compiled the Sikh scripture, the Guru Granth Sahib, and built the Akal Takht, a seat of temporal authority for the Sikh community.
Who founded the city of Amritsar and built the Harmandir Sahib, also known as the Golden Temple, as a central place of worship.
Who continued to expand the community kitchen and emphasized the equality of all human beings.
Who formalized the Gurmukhi script and established langar, a community kitchen to provide free food to all.
He founder of Sikhism, who emphasized the importance of living a moral and truthful life and practicing meditation and devotion to God.