Akhand Path

Akhand Path (Gurmukhī: ਅਖੰਡ ਪਾਠ, Devanāgarī: अखंड पाठ, Shahmukhi: اکھنڈ پاٹھ) is the common practise of continuous recitation (without any break) of sacred religious texts in Sikhism.

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Akhand Path - Sikhism
... the continual service and dedication of those in whose honour the Akhand Path is being held for ... The recitation (or "Path") is undertaken for various reasons ... Some of following may call for an Akhand Path depending on the family's circumstances a birth, a birthday, recovery from a medical operation, a ...

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