sri guru granth sahib
This is the English Version of Sri Guru granth Sahib.
About Sri Guru Granth Sahib
The Guru Granth Sahib is a sacred scripture of the world and is the Eternal Guru of the Sikhs. Because it is a scripture suitable of a universal religion, many world class philosophers and holy men consider it a unique treasure and a noble heritage for all humankind. It is a compilation of spiritual/mystical hymns with a common philosophy but written by different spiritual masters, prominent saints (Bhagats) and some others spiritual poets from the Indian subcontinent. This scripture is also called Adi Granth (Adi means original & Granth means scripture) to differentiate it from another Scripture written by the tenth Sikh Guru.
The Original Adi Granth Sahib is written in Gurmukhi (the Original script in which the Punjabi language is written) and has 1,430 pages in 511,874 words, 1,720,345 characters, and 28,534 lines. It contains 5,894 shabads (hymns) arranged into 31 ragas (musical groupings). It has been preserved in its original format since its last completion by Guru Gobind Singh in 1705.
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