Akhand Path

In Sikh worship, the continuous reading of the Guru Granth Sahib (holy book), from beginning to end. It usually lasts for 48 hours. People may take turns reading in relays, or provide food for the...
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Akhand Path

In Sikh worship, the continuous reading of the Guru Granth Sahib (holy book), from beginning to end. It usually lasts for 48 hours. People may take turns reading in relays, or provide food for the readers. An Akhand Path traditionally takes place during the gurpurbs (festivals honouring the gurus), and Sikh ceremonies such as Amr...
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Akhand Path

Akhand Path (Gurmukhī: ਅਖੰਡ ਪਾਠ, Devanāgarī: अखंड पाठ, Shahmukhi: {Nastaliq|اکھنڈ پاٹھ}) is the common practise of continuous recitation (without any break) of sacred religious texts in Sikhism. ==Sikhism== The continuous recitation (without any break) of the Guru Granth Sahib from beginning to end, (all 143...
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