Ten Gurus of Sikh region
Taking you to the history of Sikhism the religion was first found by Guru Nanak Dev Ji and then consequently the other nine gurus volunteered the trail and established Sikhism. Known as the Ten Gurus of the Sikh religion, these divine masters prevailed over 239 years, that is from 1469 till 1708. These spiritual messages were those enlightened souls who toiled day and night to uplift people morally and spiritually. They have set exemplary examples of living the most righteous and worthy life and have guided numerous masses to do the same. They have been the guiding light of India and beyond to live a spiritual life filled with dignity, freedom, and honor.
Creation of Sikhism
Each of the ten Gurus of the Sikh religion armored the message of the previous Guru and eventually added to the creation of religion that is presently known as Sikhism. Among these gurus as mentioned before the first Guru was Guru Nanak Dev Ji while the last guru was Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Being the last human Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji further continued the legacy by declaring Guru Granth sahib Ji as the eternal Guru. Guru Granth Sahib Ji has now become the most imperative entity in the Sikh religion as Sikhs accord it in the same way they would do to the human form of Guru.
In 239 years the Sikh gurus have entitled all their preaching and practices valuable for human beings in the form of sacred scriptures and books. They are also entitled to all those rituals and practices that are not appropriate and should not be followed by their disciplines. Through holy books, these gurus have explained the magnitude and importance of the creator and have introduced various shabads for their devotees to recite and remember and thanks to this almighty.