Sikh Gurus sacrificed there lives for the sake of Sikhism or Sikh Religion. Know more on Ten Sikh Gurus and there teachings.
Sikh Gurus - Sikh Gurus are known for their teachings and sacrifice in India. They were tortured several times by various Mughal emperors for conversion into Islam religion. But they sacrificed their lives for the sake of their religion. Every Sikh is therefore proud of them being Sikh. Sikh community is known worldwide for their service towards mankind. Shabad Kirtans and free food are offered to devotees on 'Guruparabs'. Sikh Gurus introduced teaching of all humans equally irrespective of their caste, creed and gender. All Sikh Gurus made a valuable contribution towards Guru Granth Sahib ji - the holy book worshipped by Sikhs.
List of Ten Sikh Gurus is presented here:
|Sikh Guru||Born||Joti Jot||Guruship|
|1||Guru Nanak Dev||15 April 1469||20 August 1507||1469 to 1539|
|2||Guru Angad Dev ji||31 March 1504||28 March 1552||1539 to 1552|
|3||Guru Amardas Sahib Ji||5 May 1479||1 September 1574||26 March 1552|
|4||Guru Ram Das||9 October 1534||16 September 1581||16 September 1574|
|5||Guru Arjan Dev||15 April 1563||30 May 1606||1 September 1581|
|6||Guru Har Gobind Ji||19 June 1595||2 March 1644||25 May 1606|
|7||Guru Har Rai Ji||26 February 1630||6 October 1661||8 March 1644|
|8||Guru Har Krishan Ji||23 July 1656||16 April 1664||20 October 1661|
|9||Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji||1 April 1621||11 November 1675||20 March 1665|
|10||Guru Gobind Singh ji||22 December 1666||7 October 1708||11 November 1675|
|Guru Granth Sahib||Guru from 1708 to eternity|