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Sri Guru Granth Kosh

Description This is a valuable dictionary of word meaning of difficult words in the text of Sri Guru Granth Sahib. The words are arranged in an alphabetical order and their meaning given as per their correct grammatical construction and context. In addition, this collection gives a comprehensive explanation about the classical Ragas used in the text. Certain raging controversies regarding certain compositions like Raag mala have been discussed threadbare and their convincing resolution attempted. The whole effort reflects the author's knowledge, scholarship and sound proficiency of complex linguistic nuances of Gurbani language. It provides an expert guidance to the readers and helps them to understand the full import of Gurbani[edit]
Keywords Gian Khand, Mumdhavani, Raagmala, Bhai Bannowali Bir, Kartarpuri Bir, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000947
Author Bhai Vir Singh
Year 1939
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Khalsa Tract Society, Amritsar.
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         1239
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