Guru Granth Sahib and Sikh Theology

SRĪ GURŪ GRANTH SĀHIB (Gurū spiritual teacher; Granth  book or volume; Sāhib, an honorific signifying master or lord) is the name by which the holy book of the Sikhs is commonly known. It is a voluminous anthology of the sacred verse by six of the ten Gurūs whose compositions it carries and of some of the contemporary saints and men of devotion. The book is treated by the followers as Word incarnate, the embodiment and presence manifest or the spirit of the ten historical Gurūs (Gurū Nānak to Gurū Gobind Siṅgh).


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