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Name Description

Gagandeep

Light of the sky

Gaganjot

Light of the sky

Gatleen

Merged in freedom

Gatnam

Liberated through Naam

Gatsharan

Liberated by taking shelter of Guru

Giaan

One having exalted divine knowledge

Giaandeep

Lamp of divine knowledge

Giaanleen

One absorbed in divine light

Giaanpreet

One who loves the divine knowledge

Giaanroop

Embodiment of divine light

Giaanveer

Brave and divine in knowledge

Gunbir

Virtuous and brave

Gundeep

Lamp of excellences

Gunkar

One full of excellences

Gunpreet

The lover of excellences

Guntas

Treasure of excellence

Gurbachan

One who abides by Guru's Word

Gurbakhsh

Blessed with Guru's Grace

Gurcharan

One who takes shelter in Guru's Lotus Feet

Gurchet

One who remains aware of Guru's Word

Gurdas

One who is the slave of the Guru

Gurdaya

One blessed with the Guru's Grace

Gurdeep

Lamp of the Guru

Gurdev

Almighty God

Gurditta

One born with Guru's blessing

Gurgian

Having knowledge of Guru's Word

Gurjeet

One winning the Guru's heart

Gurjeevan

One who lives a life as ordianed by Guru

Gurkeerat

One who sings praises of the Guru

Gurkiran

The ray of Guru's light

Gurleen

One who is absorbed in the Guru

Gurmeet

The friend of the Guru

Gurmukh

One who is Guruwards

Gurnam

One who meditates on Guru's Word

Gurnek

A noble servant of God

Gurpal

One whose caretaker is the Guru

Gurpreet

One who loves the Guru

Gurshant

Attaining peace through the Word of the Guru

Gursharan

One who takes shelter in the Guru

Gursukh

One who is blissful through Guru

Gurtaran

One who is saved through the Guru

Gurveer

Warrior of the Guru

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TheSikhEncyclopedia.com
Encyclopedias encapsulate accurate information in a given area of knowledge and have indispensable in an age which the volume and rapidity of social change are making inaccessible much that outside one's immediate domain of concentration.At the time when Sikhism is attracting world wide notice, an online reference work embracing all essential facets of this vibrant faithis a singular contribution to the world of knowledge.
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