The founder of the Sikh religion, Guru Nanak was born on April 15, 1469 in the village of Talwandi in Western Punjab. From an early age Guru Nanak made friends with both Hindu and Muslim children and was very inquisitive about the meaning of life.
The main teachings of Nanak included faith and worship in God and the importance of reciting God’s name at all times. He also taught people about the need to follow the Guru to reach spiritual fulfillment. He attracted the people because he lived all this teachings.
Having spread ideas of reform throughout his life, Guru Nanak successfully laid the foundations of Sikhism. Through the stories in this video—Guru Nanak Grazing Buffaloes, Better Bargain, Guru Nanak at Hardwar, Honest living, Guru Nanak and the Haughty Priest, Guru Nanak and Kauda Demon, Guru Nanak at Mecca, Needle story and Guru Nanak’s successor – we learn more about his teachings and how to imbibe them in our daily lives. These stories, brought together in a delightful animated series are sure to spread the Guru’s message of spirituality and faith among children.
Guru Nanak was a man of god who loved people and taught them the path of true faith and worship; Millions follow his teachings in their lives. This animated video will help children imbibe the sublime values that the great Guru taught.
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