Hello namaste sat sri akal

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Sat is derived from the Sanskrit word "Satya" and means "Truth or Real".

Views Read Edit View history. It is, nowadays, commonly used as a greeting, exclusively, between Sikhs.

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I went to see Wizzy Noise playing near London Bridge once. Greeting words and phrases of India Sikh terminology. P May I help you with that thing on your right? Part of a series on. Hi, havent I seen you before round these parts: Retrieved 24 October Sanghera believes that speaking a common language in the household connects a family and creates a bond amongst its members.

Retrieved 19 May You must log in or sign up to reply here. Jon KenobiOct 12, Nmaste have met so many of you outside of the forum, and hope to meet many more of you in the future.

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Prev 1 2 Next. Thus, the phrase means "Venerated Almighty is the Ultimate Truth".

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Your name or email address: P tis a good idea this reintroduction hamaste, like you say Arvind the forum has grown and changed so much in the last few years. Always good to hear from you Arvind!

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Besides being the clarion call of Sikhism, the Jaikara has become an integral part of the Sikh liturgy and is spoken at the end of Ardas, the Sikh prayer in holy congregations.

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