A leader from the Sri Guru Granth
Sahib Ji Campaign said: 'We saw on the internet that a wedding was due to take place at Baylis House, which has a marriage licence.
It was the Coventry-based Respect to Guru Granth
Sahibji Campaign's second 'confiscation' raid in a week.
Dera followers and Sikhs in Moga village clash over recitation of Guru Granth
Sikh tradition maintains that the fifth Guru, Arjan (1563-1606) produced the "first canonical text" of the Adi Granth
He said: "We saw the priest carrying the Siri Guru Granth
Sahib Ji on his head which is traditional.
The canon belonging to the Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the last of the great Indian Raja's, will be on show, as will the world's smallest Siri Guru Granth
For him the Adi Granth
was indeed the Guru and he treated it with absolute reverence.
More prayers in praise of the Lord are said, followed by music and hymns, sung from the Guru Granth
The Dasam Granth
texts which I have in mind, along with the Bachitar Natak, are the Chaubis Autar and the Chandi Charitr, respectively.
One of the organisers of the event, Bhagwant Singh Pandher, said: "The focal point of the celebrations will be a spectacular and unique procession headed by a most lavishly decorated float - glittering like the Golden Temple - which contains a copy of our holy book, the Guru Granth
The Sikh faith's scriptural message is its sacred text 'Guru Granth
Sahib Ji' written in 'Punjabi' in beautiful poetry.
Sheikh Brahm was the eleventh successor to Baba Sheikh Farid whose 134 hymns have been incorporated in the Guru Granth
Philological analysis of the Adi Granth
(AG), the most sacred work of scripture of the Sikh faith (by whose pious adherents it is referred to by the title Adi Sri Guru Granth
Sahib), is both as poorly developed and as controversial as that of the scripture of any South Asian religious tradition.
The hymn in the tenth chapter of Guru Granth
Sahib reads Deh Shiva bar mohe ihai, Shubh karman the kabhu na taro, Na daroo ar siyoo jab jah laroon, Nischai kar apni jeet koroo .
Tarn Taran devotee Karamjit Singh said that at many places even the 'parkash' (installation) of Guru Granth
Sahib has not taken place, which is against Sikh traditions because every gurdwara must have the Granth