Difference between revisions of "Takhat"

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*[[http://www.sikhcyber.com/akaltakhatsahib.htm Akal Takhat by Sikhcyber.com]]
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*[http://www.sikhcyber.com/akaltakhatsahib.htm Akal Takhat by Sikhcyber.com]
*[[http://www.takhatsrihazursahib.org/ Takhat Hazur Sahib]]
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*[http://www.takhatsrihazursahib.org/ Takhat Hazur Sahib]
*[[http://allaboutsikhs.com/gurudwaras/gd-anand2.htm Takhat Keshgarh Sahib by allabpoutsikhs.com]]
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*[http://allaboutsikhs.com/gurudwaras/gd-anand2.htm Takhat Keshgarh Sahib by allabpoutsikhs.com]
*[[http://homepage.ntlworld.com/adsingh/Gurdwaras/Patna_Sahib.htm Patna Sahib by A D Singh]]
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*[http://homepage.ntlworld.com/adsingh/Gurdwaras/Patna_Sahib.htm Patna Sahib by A D Singh]
*[[http://www.santsipahee.com/saintsoldier/damdama-sahib.htm Damdama Sahib by sansipahee.cpm]]
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*[http://www.santsipahee.com/saintsoldier/damdama-sahib.htm Damdama Sahib by sansipahee.cpm]
  
  

Revision as of 15:53, 29 March 2007

The Akal Takhat in the morning as the sun rises

The word 'Takhat' literally means ‘seat of power’ or ‘throne of authority’ and refers to one of the 5 bodies of authority for the Sikhs. Sometimes the word ‘Takhat’ is spelt ‘Takat’ or even ‘Takht’. These authoritative bodies of power are:


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