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Events:

1487: Marriage of Guru Nanak to Mata Sulakhani on 8 July 1487 (Harh 24, 1544) at the home of Mool Chand in Batala (now Dera Sahib Gurdwara)

Birth:

1441: Bhagat Kabir (1441-1518)* is believed to be born during this year.

1469: Birth of Guru Nanak Dev Ji (April 15, 1469 - May 7,1539),the the founder of Sikhism and the first of the ten Gurus of the Sikhs.

1473: Birth of Mata Sulakhni (1473-1545), the wife of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism. She was the daughter of Mool Chand (sometimes referred as Mul Chand Chauna), a Chona Khatri of Batala and mother Chando Rani.

1479: Birth of Guru Amar Das Ji (May 5,1479 to September 1,1574) was the third of The Ten Gurus of Sikhism.

1481: At the age of 12, Guru Nanak spends the 20 rupees that his father, Mehta Kalu gives to strike a "sacha sauda" ("true deal") on feeding the poor sadhus. This is the beginning of the tradition of Langar.


1494: Birth of Baba Sri Chand (9 September 14941629) was the eldest son of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism. Sri Chand was born to Mata Sulakhani on 9 September 1494 (Bhadon sudi 9, 1551Bk) at Sultanpur Lodhi, now in Kapurthala district of the Punjab.

1497: Birth of Baba Lakhmi Chand also called Lakhmi Chand (12 February 1497 - 9 April 1555), the younger son of Guru Nanak, was born to Mata Sulakhni at Sultanpur Lodhi, in presentday Kapurthala district of the Punjab, on 19 Phagun 1553 Bk/12 February 1497. Unlike his elder brother, Sri Chand, Lakhmi Das got married and led a householder's life. The Bedi families of the Punjab claim their descent from him. He died at Kartarpur (on Ravi) on 13 Baisakh 1612 Bk/9 April 1555.

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