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date: 19 September 2020

akhaṇḍ pāṭh (‘unbroken reading’) 

A Dictionary of Sikh Studies

Pashaura Singh

The popular practice of a continuous reading of the Gurū Granth Sāhib (see Ādi Granth) by a relay of readers who, taking a turn of reading for two hours each without intermission, complete the task in approximately forty-eight hours. This performance takes place on all-important occasions such as a ... ...

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