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Translation and other questions

Discussion in 'New to Sikhism' started by CaramelChocolate, Nov 1, 2005.

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    Sat sri akaal ji to all
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    I know I often went on aobut finding the perfect translation of SGGS that I always described, well here is an excellent example of what I wanted:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japji_Sahib
    It is simpel and too the point and is not lengthy unlike some translations.
    I am looking for the whole SGGS in this format, does anyone know where I can find it?
    Also, if one keeps SGGS in two separate parts and brings them together, is that OK for the person to keep SGGS like this in any house where there is alcohol and other forbidden things? I.E. Do matha tek to it when both part 1 and 2 English parts are brought together and treat it as GURU when it is together? Sorry...kinda hard to explain..
    Hope someone can help, and sorry for being over the top!
     
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