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Sadaa Sampooran Paath means "ever complete reading." It includes the following Banis which are read all at once, rather than at various times of the day. The Paath includes:
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Sadaa Sampooran Paath means "ever complete reading." It includes the following [[Bani]]s which are read all at once, rather than at various times of the day. The Paath includes:
  
 
*[[Japji Sahib]] ([[Siri Guru Granth Sahib]], page 1)
 
*[[Japji Sahib]] ([[Siri Guru Granth Sahib]], page 1)
*[[Shabad Hazaray]] ([[Siri Guru Granth]], page 96, 660, 721, 722, 730, 795)
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*[[Shabad Hazaray]] ([[Siri Guru Granth Sahib]], page 96, 660, 721, 722, 730, 795)
 
*[[Jaap Sahib]] (First bani in [[Dasam Granth]])
 
*[[Jaap Sahib]] (First bani in [[Dasam Granth]])
 
*[[Swaiya]] (From Akal Ustat in [[Dasam Granth]])
 
*[[Swaiya]] (From Akal Ustat in [[Dasam Granth]])
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[[Dasam Granth]])
 
[[Dasam Granth]])
  
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Latest revision as of 21:46, 12 September 2006

Sadaa Sampooran Paath means "ever complete reading." It includes the following Banis which are read all at once, rather than at various times of the day. The Paath includes:

Dasam Granth)