Angad

(1504-1552) Indian religious leader; second guru (teacher) of Sikhism 1539-52, succeeding Nanak. He popularized the Punjabi alphabet known as Gurmukhi, in which the Sikh scriptures are written. Angad gathered...
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Angad

Angad is a name for boys. The name Angad is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. (3 times more often than to American boys.)
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Angad

Indian religious leader; second guru (teacher) of Sikhism 1539–52, succeeding Nanak. He popularized the Punjabi alphabet known as Gurmukhi, in which the Sikh scriptures are written. Angad gathered together the writings and hymns of Nanak, compiling them in Gurmukhi, and organized schools to teach people to read and write in Gurmukhi script...
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Angad

second Sikh Guru and originator of the Punjabi script, Gurmukhi, in which many parts of the Adi Granth, the sacred book of the Sikhs, are written.[5 related articles]
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