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  • Bhagvan

    Literally, the adorable One; it is a synonym used in the Guru Granth Sahib for the Divine (IkOankar). The meaning of such terms (often adjectives) sometimes extends into a phrase. This creates issues ...more

  • Gobind

    Literally, the one who knows the earth or the creation; it is a synonym used for the Divine (IkOankar) in the Guru Granth Sahib. The meaning of such terms (often adjectives) sometimes extends into a p ...more

  • Gopal

    Literally, the Nurturer of the earth; it is a synonym used in the Guru Granth Sahib for IkOankar (the Divine). The meaning of such terms (often adjectives) sometimes extends into a phrase. This create ...more

  • Hari

    Literally, the Remover of suffering; it is a synonym used for the Divine (IkOankar) in the Guru Granth Sahib. The meaning of such terms (often adjectives) sometimes extends into a phrase. This creates ...more

  • Jiu

    In the Indic and Panjabi culture, the use of the terms ‘jī’ or ‘jīu’ while addressing someone is considered to be an expression of love and respect. In the Guru Granth Sahib as well, wherever these te ...more

  • Prabhu

    Literally, the Master; it is a synonym used in the Guru Granth Sahib for the Divine (IkOankar). The meaning of such terms (often adjectives) sometimes extends into a phrase. This creates issues in tra ...more

  • Ram

    Literally, the all-Pervading; it is a synonym used in the Guru Granth Sahib for the Divine (IkOankar). The meaning of such terms (often adjectives) sometimes extends into a phrase. This creates issues ...more

  • Salok

    ‘Salok’ is a poetic form, literally meaning ‘praise.’ In Sanskrit, chands (anushṭup - अनुष्टुप्) are written under the title ‘salok.’ Due to the prominence of compositions based on letters (varṇak-cha ...more