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  1. http://www.sikhnet.com/Siri-Guru-Granth-Sahib-English-Audios I would like to share with you something exciting to me which I hope will be for you as well. For the last 10 years, SikhNet has been coordinating a project to create the first complete audio recording of Siri Guru Granth Sahib read IN ENGLISH. (Read the Mr. SikhNet blog post from 10 years ago). The idea was to have a complete audio recording (like an Akhand Path) that people can listen to in their home, office, car, etc. We wanted it to be something beautiful that could be played all the time. So as part of the record
  2. It took a few years but I have finally figured out how to read Guru Granth Sahib correctly. While I am still in the process of learning and refining my pronunciations and developing a better flow, I have got the basics down. One of the things we are taught is that you don't pronounce Sihari ( ਿ ) and Aunkar ( ੁ ) at the end of a word. This is wrong. 1. You always pronounce the Sihari. 2. You always pronounce the Aunkar if it is part of the actual word. You don't pronounce it when its sole purpose is to indicate a masculine singular n
  3. It took a few years but I have finally figured out how to read Guru Granth Sahib correctly. While I am still in the process of learning and refining my pronunciations and developing a better flow, I have got the basics down. One of the things we are taught is that you don't pronounce Sihari ( ਿ ) and Aunkar ( ੁ ) at the end of a word. This is wrong. I used to think that sometimes you pronounce the sihari, sometimes you don't that is wrong as well. You always pronounce the Sihari. See this thread for details - Unlike Sihari, Aunkar is sometime
  4. It took a few years but I have finally figured out how to read Guru Granth Sahib correctly. While I am still in the process of learning and refining my pronunciations and developing a better flow, I have got the basics down. One of the things we are taught is that you don't pronounce Sihari ( ਿ ) and Aunkar ( ੁ ) at the end of a word. This is wrong. I used to think that sometimes you pronounce the sihari, sometimes you don't that is wrong as well. You always pronounce the Sihari. Aunkar are sometimes pronounced and sometimes not. But in this thread, we'll
  5. Please can anyone give me the ang (page number) which explains about the architecture/creative-built of human body?
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