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The Law Commission would require at least a year to get feedback from the ground level up, and not just from a handful of mahants, mullahs, granthis and bishops.
(52) The Chief of the Indian General Staff promised to obtain similar blessing from "leading Granthis," authorizing Sikhs to eat horse.
million people, of whom 41 percent are of Indian origin, descendants of plantation labour from India, the Sikhs have no permanent 'religious teachers', or Granthis.
Kevala kumbhaka and khecari mudra signal the internal purification of the seventy-two thousand naals, the three granthis (brahma, visnu, and siva), the five primary or lower cakras (muladhara, svadhisthana, manipura, anahata, and visuddhi), and the awakening of the siddhis (perfections, SS 3:54) in the beginning phase of unmarii (no-mind, see HYP 1:41).
The awakening of kundalinT facilitates the concurrent purification of the six primary cakras and the piercing (vedha) of the three granthis (knots) over many years of dedicated practice, until the door of the upper central channel opens for prana to ascend into the mahamarga (great path) between the ajna and the sahasrara cakras (HYP 3:2).
It is the words of the Adi Granth which provide the most pervasive sound in the complex, its text sung by Granthis (priests) who, in continuous three-hour shifts, intone the entire book over the course of the day, accompanied by squeeze-box harmoniums and the unmistakeably Indian sound of the tabla drums.
Amritsar, March 1: Three Granthis or, the Sikh high priests were coronated at a colourful religious ceremony on Sunday at the Akal Takht Sahib, the highest temporal seat of the Sikhs.
Guru Arjan Dev installed the Guru Granth Sahib in it and appointed Baba Buddha Ji as the first Granthi of it on August 1604 AD.