Guru Granth Sahib

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Gu·ru Granth Sa·hib

 (go͝or′o͞o grŭnt sä′hĭb, -ĭb; säb, go͝o-ro͞o′)
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The sacred text of Sikhism, considered by Sikhs as the eleventh and final guru and as the repository of God's revelation to humankind.

[Punjabi Gurū Granth Sāhib, gurū, guru (from Sanskrit guruḥ; see guru), granth, book (from Sanskrit granthaḥ, a tying or stringing together, composition, book, from grathnāti, to tie together, compose; akin to Persian girih, knot), sāhib, master (from Arabic ṣāḥib, companion, master; see sahib).]
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Indian intelligence agencies kept a close watch on the World Sikh Convention recently held in the UK where the issue of alleged desecration of Guru Grant Sahib in Punjab was discussed amid plans to pursue the agenda of a Sikh nation.