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Bole So Nihal,Sat Sri Akal is a Sikh war slogan, which fills Sikhs with courage and enthusiasm by the grace of god. Literally meaning," Victory belong to them; Who recites the name of god with true heart". It's also said loud during starting or closing of major religious ceremonies. It is also raised to give a round of applause to a prominent religious leader's and achiever's during big religious gatherings.One person out of gathering say "Bole So Nihal" and all the rest Sangat say "Sat Sri Akal". Sometimes, it is repeated five times probably giving a homage to "Panj Pyare's".


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