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General Reference to SGGSJ - Please contribute.

Discussion in 'Hard Talk' started by kaur-1, Aug 27, 2006.

  1. kaur-1

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    I need help from the forum sangat in this task. Please contribute. I have divided this into two categories.
    (p/s: Lots of hurdles to cross in my quest.)


    The first category should have the correct gurmukhi/punjabi words to describe for e.g: page, paragraph, a section, part of bani, whole bani, etc. in relation to SGGSJ.

    Another e.g.: when do we use the word salok, pauree, tuk, etc and the meaning in english of it.


    For the moment I need more help on the first category.

    Second category should have the meaning of gurmukhi words that you have learn or you might think will help. Like a dictionary for people like me who cant really read gurmukhi properly and are still learning/brushing up! For eg: meaning of Taksal, nindha, etc


    Describing reference to Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji

    1. Ang = Page (any other words to mean a page in SGGSJ?)
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    Meaning of words in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji

    Start with a word from SGGSJ = punjabi if possible = English

    1. Rehao = Pause and think/contemplate
    2. Kathhooree = Kasturi (punjabi) = Musk
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    [p/s: Mahan Kosh is of no help because it looks like Greek to me at the moment.]
     
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