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Where Did the Sikh Religion Originate?

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The Sikh religion originated from the Punjab area of what is now called Pakistan. Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji founded it and taught his followers the importance of monotheism, which was contrary to both Islam and Hinduism. The religion discarded idol worship and the Hindu concept of caste.
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