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An Introduction To The Sacred Language Of Sikhs By Christopher Shackle

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Thanks! This book is good, it even mentions grammer in gurbani! Ive been trying to learn gurbani grammer for a while but it was hard because the words for plural, noun, adjective are confusing.

So thanks again...

Also the writing us very easy to understand

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Duhh! lol

There's a link to it in the first post.

I was referring to an actual pdf file, (my phone can't download scripd, so I only got to see the preview pages).

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