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  2. Sikh gurus - Wikipedia

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    The Sikh gurus ( Punjabi: ਸਿੱਖ ਗੁਰੂ; Hindi: सिख गुरु) are the spiritual masters of Sikhism, who established the religion over the course of about two and a half centuries, beginning in 1469. [2] The year 1469 marks the birth of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism. He was succeeded by nine other human gurus until, in ...

  3. National Awakening Party - Wikipedia

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    pkb .id. Politics of Indonesia. Political parties. Elections. The National Awakening Party ( Indonesian: Partai Kebangkitan Bangsa; lit. 'Party of the Nation's Awakening' ), frequently abbreviated to PKB, is an Islam -based [5] [6] political party in Indonesia . The party was founded in 1999 by the traditionalist strand of Muslim society in ...

  4. Gurumayi Chidvilasananda - Wikipedia

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    Gurumayi Chidvilasananda (or Gurumayi or Swami Chidvilasananda ), born Malti Shetty on 24 June 1955, is the guru or spiritual head of the Siddha Yoga path, with ashrams in India at Ganeshpuri and the Western world, with the headquarters of the SYDA foundation in Fallsburg, New York. According to the literature of Siddha Yoga, Gurumayi received ...

  5. Personal knowledge base - Wikipedia

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    A personal knowledge base ( PKB) is an electronic tool used by an individual to express, capture, and later retrieve personal knowledge. It differs from a traditional database in that it contains subjective material particular to the owner, that others may not agree with nor care about. Importantly, a PKB consists primarily of knowledge, rather ...

  6. India–Pakistan border - Wikipedia

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    India–Pakistan border. The India–Pakistan, Indo–Pakistani or Pakistani-Indian border is the international boundary that separates the nations of the Republic of India and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. At its northern end is the Line of Control, which separates Indian-administered Kashmir from Pakistani-administered Kashmir; and at its ...

  7. SIM card - Wikipedia

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    SIM cards are identified on their individual operator networks by a unique international mobile subscriber identity (IMSI). Mobile network operators connect mobile phone calls and communicate with their market SIM cards using their IMSIs. The format is: The first three digits represent the Mobile country code (MCC).

  8. Template:List of Sikh Gurus - Wikipedia

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    10. Guru Gobind Singh. 22 December 1666. 11 November 1675. 7 October 1708. 41. * Founded Khalsa in 1699 * Last Sikh Guru in human form * Passed the Guruship of the Sikhs to the Guru Granth Sahib * Died of complications from stab wounds inflicted by Pashtun assassins sent by Mughal governor Wazir Khan. Tēġ Bahādur.

  9. Guru - Wikipedia

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    Guru ( / ˈɡuːruː / Sanskrit: गुरु; IAST: guru; Pali: garu) is a Sanskrit term for a " mentor, guide, expert, or master" of certain knowledge or field. [1] In pan- Indian traditions, a guru is more than a teacher: traditionally, the guru is a reverential figure to the disciple (or shisya in Sanskrit, literally seeker [of knowledge or ...