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31 August, 18:54

Nanak a. founded a new religious movement, although he had originally tried to integrate Hindu and Muslim ideas and practices. b. conquered Delhi. c. renounced the Zoroastrian tradition of asceticism. d. was the favorite bodhisattva of the Mahayana Buddhists. e. was the last Mongol invader to successfully control the entire Indian subcontinent.

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  1. 31 August, 19:14
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    The correct answer is A. Nanak founded a new religious movement, although he had originally tried to integrate Hindu and Muslim ideas and practices.

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    Guru Nanak Dev is the founder of the Sikh religion and the first Sikh guru from the Ten Sikh Gurus. In Punjab, he is revered not only by the Sikhs, but also by Hindus and Muslims.

    The Sikh tradition says that once Nanak disappeared, and everyone began to believe that he drowned when he went swimming in the morning on the Kali Beyn River, but three days later he appeared again, and answered only one question: "There are no Hindus, there are no Muslims". From that moment, Nanak began to spread his teachings, and it is believed that this was the beginning of Sikhism.
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