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Harimandir

Harimandir (Sāhib) (Pañjābī, ‘temple of God’). Name of several Sikh shrines, including the gurdwārā marking Gurū Gobind Siṅgh's birthplace at Paṭnā, and, most notably, the Sikhs' principal shrine, the Golden Temple or Sāhib Darbār at Amritsar.

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Golden Temple

Golden Temple (Sikh holy place): see AMRITSAR; HARIMANDIR.

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