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date: 12 July 2020

Anand Sāhib (‘Revered Song of Bliss’) 

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

Pashaura Singh

Forty stanzas in Rāmakalī mode by Guru *Amar Das in the Gurū Granth Sāhib (see Ādi Granth) (pp. 917–22). Its abbreviated version consisting of the first five stanzas and the last commands a particular prominence in Sikh ritual and liturgy. It is recited as part of the evening order, ... ...

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