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Granth

or Grunth

[ gruhnt ]
/ grʌnt /
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noun

the sacred scripture of the Sikhs, original text compiled 1604.

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Also called A·di·granth [ah-di-gruhnt], /ˈɑ dɪˌgrʌnt/, Grant Sahib [gruhnt -sah-ib] /ˈgrʌnt ˈsɑ ɪb/ .

Origin of Granth

From Hindi, from Sanskrit grantha “a tying together, a book”
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