Gurbani is composed of two words: 'Gur' meaning 'the Guru's' and 'bani' meaning 'word'. God`s Word mediated through the Gurus or Word on which the Gurus had put their seal. These Banis are also found in small Gutkas or Small Books containing sections of Gurbani. These Gutkas can vary from just a few pages to hundreds of pages and are used by the Sikhs to read these Banis on a daily basic. One must not put any Gurbani script on the floor; nor handle with unwashed hands. One must not read without covering your head; turn the pages with licked finger; or cause any disrespect to the honorable word of our Gurus. The Sikh normally would sit comfortably on the floor or if this proves difficult on a bed or sofa, cross-legged with the spine in a straight position in a quiet place in their home or wherever you are and then read quietly the Banis from the Gutka or from memory.
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