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Guru Nank founded Sikhism. He was followed by [[a]] succession of nine more Gurus. The pontifical tradition ending with Guru Gobind Singh.  
 
Sikhism accepts only one God and God endowed with his power maya is the creator of the universe. Maya has the peculiar power of concealing God and give rise to five evils: [[Kama]](lust), krodha(anger), lobha(greed), moha(infatuation), and ahankara(ego/pirde).
 
Sikhism accepts only one God and God endowed with his power maya is the creator of the universe. Maya has the peculiar power of concealing God and give rise to five evils: [[Kama]](lust), krodha(anger), lobha(greed), moha(infatuation), and ahankara(ego/pirde).

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Guru Nank founded Sikhism. He was followed by a succession of nine more Gurus. The pontifical tradition ending with Guru Gobind Singh. Sikhism accepts only one God and God endowed with his power maya is the creator of the universe. Maya has the peculiar power of concealing God and give rise to five evils: Kama(lust), krodha(anger), lobha(greed), moha(infatuation), and ahankara(ego/pirde).