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