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Joti Jot Gurpurab Baba Guru Nanak Dev Ji

Joti Jot (Meaning: immersed in the Eternal Light). The Guru's and holy Sikh scriptures teach that if someone is immortal (or attained immortality during the course of their life), when they leave this existence they have not died. They have rejoined with God. As someone who is immortal cannot die. This special condition is given the word Joti Jot.

The joti Jot Gurpurab of Baba Guru Nanak Dev Ji is organized in Kartarpur Sahib. Many sikh sangats take part in it. Ardas was performed for the event and after ardas speehes were given on the Joti Jot event. The langer was also given at the end.

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