Difference between revisions of "Takhat"

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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:
 
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:
  
*Akal Takhat at Amritsar,  
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*[[Akal Takhat]] at Amritsar,  
*Takhat KeshGarh Sahib at Anandpur,  
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*[[Takhat KeshGarh Sahib]] at Anandpur,  
*Takhat Patna Sahib in Bihar District,  
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*[[Takhat Patna Sahib]] in Bihar District,  
*Takhat Hazur Sahib in Nanded and  
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*T[[akhat Hazur Sahib]] in Nanded and  
*Takhat Damdama Sahib in Talwandi Sabo, Bhatinda.
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*[[Takhat Damdama Sahib]] in Talwandi Sabo, Bhatinda.
  
  

Revision as of 18:25, 10 May 2005

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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