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Volume - V
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GURU NANAK

FIVE, hundred years ago there lived in Talwandi village in Punjab a man who was an accountant by profession.His name was Kalu Chand. He was a Kshatriya by caste. His wife was Tripta. To them were born a son and a daughter. They called them Nanak and Nanaki.

From his childhood, Nanak had a love of God.

Kalu Chand 'sent Nanak to school at the age of seven. At school Nanak did not attend to his studies. He always sat silent.

Outside the school he sang of God's great -ness in the company of other boys of the village.

One day his teacher said to him: "Why do you idle your time in the class?"

Nanak said: "Sir, I like to think more of God than of my lessons."

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