Guru Granth Sahib

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Gu·ru Granth Sa·hib

 (go͝or′o͞o grŭnt sä′hĭb, -ĭb; säb, go͝o-ro͞o′)
n.
The sacred text of Sikhism, considered by Sikhs as the eleventh and final guru and as the repository of God's revelation to humankind.

[Punjabi Gurū Granth Sāhib, gurū, guru (from Sanskrit guruḥ; see guru), granth, book (from Sanskrit granthaḥ, a tying or stringing together, composition, book, from grathnāti, to tie together, compose; akin to Persian girih, knot), sāhib, master (from Arabic ṣāḥib, companion, master; see sahib).]
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The 1,430-page Holy Guru Granth Sahib ji which consists of holy verses of Sikh Gurus and 30 other saints like Kabir, Ravidass, Namdev etc will be printed and delivered to devotees in accordance to strict adherence to the 'Reyat Maryada' (Sikh religious code of conduct) .
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The Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji - Sikh Holy Scriptures - will be carried on a decorated float at the head of the procession.
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The Sikh faith's scriptural message is its sacred text 'Guru Granth Sahib Ji' written in 'Punjabi' in beautiful poetry.
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Young and old took part in a charity walk through the city's streets to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
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