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“Visiting a Gurdwara: All visitors to a Sikh Gurdwara should be aware of the following guidelines...Visiting a Gurdwara
“Amritsar (Template:Coord/input/ERROR 31°38'N, 74°53'E) (literally "pool of nectar") was...Amritsar
“This is the section from Pauri 35 to 37 inclusive in Japji Sahib which refers to the Five...Five Khands
“Daya (usually spelt "daia" in Punjabi ), is from Sanskrit "Daya" meaning to sympathize with, to...Daya
“"Antam" or "Antim" mean Final or Last "Sanskar" means ritual, rite, ceremony, serviceAntam Sanskar
“These are words that were uttered by the founder of Sikhism, Sri Guru Nanak Dev in about 1499...Sikh women
“Japji is a universal song of God composed by Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh faith. Japji...Japji Sahib Ji
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