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Thanks for dong a wonderful efforts and sewa. Could you please confirm and make sure SikhSangat that it's tested and verified?

Keep it up..!!

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bhai sahib there are a few pad chedd differences in Sri Jap Jee Sahib. There are a lot of differences in Sri Jaap Sahib that will require a deeper look.

They have been corrected here:

it was previously auqrsu Kyh ]

BrIAY hQu pYru qnu dyh]

pwxI DoqY auqr su Kyh ]

mUq plIqI kpVu hoie ]

dy swbUxu leIAY Ehu Doie ]

BrIAY miq pwpw kY sMig ]

Ehu DopY nwvY kY rMig ]

puMnI pwpI AwKxu nwih ]

kir kir krxw iliK lY jwhu ]

Awpy bIij Awpy hI Kwhu ]

nwnk hukmI Awvhu jwhu ]20]

it was previously ieku lwey dIbwxu ]

eykw mweI jugiq ivAweIiqin cyly prvwxu ]

ieku sMswrI ieku BMfwrI ieku lwey dI bwxu ]

ijv iqsu BwvY iqvY clwvY ijv hovY Purmwxu ]

Ehu vyKY Enw ndir n AwvY bhuqw eyhu ivfwxu ]

Awdysu iqsY Awdysu ]

Awid AnIlu Anwid Anwhiq jugu jugu eyko vysu]30]

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it'll take some time to fix these as i stare at a computer screen at work all day so sometimes get a bit burnt out when i get home, but i'll get it done.

in the meantime, if you notice any other errors, especially from Dasam Bani, please let me know.

i had planned on replacing bani from Guru Granth Sahib ji with Bani from Baba Jaswant Singh ji's bisraam pothi in a future version. the bisraam pothi has all the errors corrected plus bisraams added in.

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