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The name 'Amrit' refers to the drinking of immortal nectar (amrit), an essential part of the ceremony of commitment. The proper name of the rite is khande di pahul, the “nectar of the double-edged sword.” A bowl of water with sugar crystals is stirred with a double edged sword, while sacred hymns are recited, infusing the nectar with the power of the Divine Word. It is this water, which has now become the amrit, that is sipped by those who become members of the Khalsa.

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Meaning of Amrit -English By Bhai Randhir Singh

Amrit Kee Hain -Punjabi By Bhai Randhir Singh

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