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Definition of Adi-granth

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Noun
1. the principal sacred text of Sikhism contains hymns and poetry as well as the teachings of the first five gurus
(synonym) Granth, Granth Sahib
(hypernym) sacred text, sacred writing, religious writing, religious text
(classification) Sikhism
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Adi-Granth Sikh sacred scripture {BCW 1:373, 3:177, 182}.
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The Guru Granth Sahib ( ), is the central religious text of Sikhism, considered by Sikhs to be the final sovereign Guru of the religion. It is a voluminous text of 1430 Angs (pages), compiled and composed during the period of Sikh gurus, from 1469 to 1708. It is a collection of hymns (Shabad) or Baani describing the qualities of God and why one should meditate on God's nam. Guru Gobind Singh (1666–1708), the tenth guru, after adding Guru Tegh Bahadur's bani to the Adi Granth   affirmed the sacred text as his successor, elevating it to Guru Granth Sahib. The text remains the holy scripture of the Sikhs, regarded as the teachings of the Ten Gurus. The role of Guru Granth Sahib, as a source or guide of prayer, is pivotal in Sikh worship. The Adi Granth, the first rendition, was first compiled by the fifth Sikh guru, Guru Arjun (1563–1606), from hymns of the first five Sikh gurus and 15 other great saints, or bhagats, including those of the Hindu and Muslim faith. Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the tenth Sikh guru added all 115 of Guru Tegh Bahadur's hymns to the Adi Granth and this second rendition became known as the Guru Granth Sahib. After the tenth Sikh guru died many copies were prepared for distribution by Baba Deep Singh Ji and Bhai Mani Singh Ji.

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