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Adi Granth meaning in Urdu

Adi Granth Synonyms

Adi Granth Definitions

1) Adi Granth, Granth, Granth Sahib : سکھ مذہب کی کتاب : (noun) the principal sacred text of Sikhism contains hymns and poetry as well as the teachings of the first five gurus.


Useful Words

Memsahib : میم صاحب , Cosigner : شریک دستخط کنندہ , Hymnody : حمد خوانی , Buddhist : بدھ مت مذہب کا ماننے والا , Rabbinic : ربانی عبرانی سے متعلق , Traditionalism : رواج پسندی , Theological System : دینیات , Rhyme : شعر , Poetic : شاعری سے متعلق , Dolor : رنج , Prose Poem : نثری نظم , Epic Poetry : تعریفی شاعری , Bulbul : بلبل , Kenning : تشریحی نام , Inviolable : واجب العمل , Thalia : ثلائیہ , Poetry : فن شعر , Horace : رومی شاعر , Evangel : انجیل , Poet : شاعر , Sacredness : تقدس , Hadith : سنت , Iconolatry : تصویر پرستی , Canonise : مقدس بنانا , Psalmist : مناجاتوں کا مصنف , Holy : مقدس جگہ , Pilgrim's Journey : زیارت , Islam : دین اسلام , Bible : بائبل , Koranic : قرآنی , Psalm : مقدس گیت

Useful Words Definitions

Memsahib: a woman sahib.

Cosigner: a signer in addition to the principal signer (to verify the authenticity of the principal signature or to provide surety).

Hymnody: the act of singing psalms or hymns.

Buddhist: one who follows the teachings of Buddha.

Rabbinic: of or relating to rabbis or their teachings.

Traditionalism: strict adherence to traditional methods or teachings.

Theological System: a particular system or school of religious beliefs and teachings.

Rhyme: a piece of poetry.

Poetic: of or relating to poetry.

Dolor: (poetry) painful grief.

Prose Poem: prose that resembles poetry.

Epic Poetry: poetry celebrating the deeds of some hero.

Bulbul: nightingale spoken of in Persian poetry.

Kenning: conventional metaphoric name for something, used especially in Old English and Old Norse poetry.

Inviolable: must be kept sacred.

Thalia: (Greek mythology) the Muse of comedy and pastoral poetry.

Poetry: any communication resembling poetry in beauty or the evocation of feeling.

Horace: Roman lyric poet said to have influenced English poetry (65-8 BC).

Evangel: the four books in the New Testament (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) that tell the story of Christ`s life and teachings.

Poet: a writer of poems (the term is usually reserved for writers of good poetry).

Sacredness: the quality of being sacred.

Hadith: (Islam) the way of life prescribed as normative for Muslims on the basis of the teachings and practices of Muhammad and interpretations of the Koran.

Iconolatry: the worship of sacred images.

Canonise: treat as a sacred person.

Psalmist: a composer of sacred songs.

Holy: a sacred place of pilgrimage.

Pilgrim's Journey: a journey to a sacred place.

Islam: the monotheistic religious system of Muslims founded in Arabia in the 7th century and based on the teachings of Muhammad as laid down in the Koran.

Bible: the sacred writings of the Christian religions.

Koranic: of or related to the sacred texts of Islam.

Psalm: any sacred song used to praise the deity.

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