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sat sri akal g.....,.

my question is it ok to wear a paag like a chuni when praying? my paath takes hours and when if id wear it like a paag then my head hurts a lot and i just end up taking it off anyways after i am done praying.

my second question is there a site where it has nitnem in romanised version? i know of rajkaregakhalsa and sikhnet but both have really obvious spelling mistakes/missing words in the roman version.

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sat sri akal g.....,.

my question is it ok to wear a paag like a chuni when praying? my paath takes hours and when if id wear it like a paag then my head hurts a lot and i just end up taking it off anyways after i am done praying.

my second question is there a site where it has nitnem in romanised version? i know of rajkaregakhalsa and sikhnet but both have really obvious spelling mistakes/missing words in the roman version.

First answer: yes. Second answer: you could use the direct Guru Sahib's website and Dasam Granth's website.
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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

sat sri akal g.....,.

my question is it ok to wear a paag like a chuni when praying? my paath takes hours and when if id wear it like a paag then my head hurts a lot and i just end up taking it off anyways after i am done praying.

my second question is there a site where it has nitnem in romanised version? i know of rajkaregakhalsa and sikhnet but both have really obvious spelling mistakes/missing words in the roman version.

Check out these links, all of them are linked to the bani page:

Hope these help :)

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The English literal translation of gurbani (not the interpretation but the pronunciations) is a really good asset and a big thanks to the kind sikhs who spent their time going through Gurbani and doing such a feat. But I recommend to any Sikhs who are reading Gurbani to at-least try and learn the Gurmukhi too. Even the most accurate Gurbani translations can be flawed, but Gurbani in Gurmukhi is perfect and un-tampered.

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