Nanakpanthi

noun Na·nak·pan·thi \ˌnänəkˈpən(t)thē\

Definition of Nanakpanthi

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  1. :  a member of a major Sikh party distinguished by its primary emphasis on the peaceful tenets of Guru Nanak — compare khalsa

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Origin and Etymology of nanakpanthi

Hindi nānakpanthī, from Guru Nanak †1538 Indian religious leader who founded Sikhism + Sanskrit panthan, patha way, path, course — more at find


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