[ gruhnt ]
/ grʌnt /
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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”
Words nearby Granth
Gran Paradiso, grant, Granta, granted, grantee, Granth, Grantham, Granthi, grant-in-aid, grant-maintained, grant of probate
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How to use Granth in a sentence
The service consists principally of singing and the reading of their sacred scripture, the Granth.With Our Soldiers in France|Sherwood Eddy
His sacred book, the Granth, is mainly pantheistic; it dwells earnestly on devotion, especially devotion to the guru.Two Old Faiths|J. Murray Mitchell and William Muir
Even in the hymns of the Âdi Granth we find such phrases as "Now thou and I have become one."
Arjun's compilation is called the Âdi-granth, or original book, to distinguish it from the later additions made by Guru Govind.
This Granth is only partially the composition of the tenth guru.