Sikh Guru Sahibans are the most outstanding figures of the Middle-Ages, when India was passing through great social, political and spiritual crisis. They all preached in people’s language of North India. For them, there was only one God and one man. Their gospel was the germ which ultimately developed into modern Sikhism. The author has tried to narrate in easy English the happenings from the lives of the “Ten Guru” by giving sketches alongwith the stories.