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Shudh Santhiya


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Some Gursikh called Pala Singh on Sikhsangat.com pointed this out.

If you go to http://www.srigranth.org and read Guru Granth Sahib ang-by-ang, you have the option of viewing commas and sem-colons in place of bishrams and yokian by making the following adjustments in the options at the top of the screen:

Gurmukhi : Bhai Baljinder Singh

Hindi : None

Roman : None

English : None

Punjabi : None

Teeka : None

By the way, if you don't know this already, you have options for two different English translations, and the option of reading Prof. Sahib Singh's teeka or Faridkot Teeka.


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