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date: 14 July 2020

anahad nād (‘un-struck melody’, ‘unspoken Word’) 

Source:
A Dictionary of Sikh Studies
Author(s):

Pashaura Singh

In the metaphysical theory of ancient Indian music and the tradition of sacred sound, the eternally sounding vibration. In line with this theory, Sikh doctrine maintains that the inspired ‘Utterances of the Guru’ (... ...

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