Bani

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Bani

A division of the Romanian leu equal in value to 1/100 of one leu.
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It provides an easy-to-use tool and interface that allows people to learn about Gurbani with utmost ease.
17) Empirical research in the field of network engineering also seems to support the conclusion that subtitled movies tend to attract larger audiences through BitTorrent than through regular distribution channels (Khirman & Gurbani, 2009).
The availability on Tata Sky is a pious coherence with the newly launched Live Gurbani telecast on the channel from Gurdwara Baru Sahib, Himachal Pradesh.
Exhibiting for the first time at a recent fashion show held in Dubai International Academic City, first year fashion design students from Heriot-Watt, Aiman Rafia and Gurbani Sabharwal featured urban menswear as part of their coursework.
The grandmother in Household C, which is a Punjabi Sikh family, took to dutifully watching the "live" telecast of Gurbani (Sikh hymn singing) telecast from the Golden Temple, Harminder Sahib, Amritsar, Punjab, at nine a.
1), Nirmal Gurbani (2) Sangeeta Sharma (3) & R.
Kumar - Jyoti Gurbani and Kapil Kumar, of Eugene, a son.
It contains the word of God, or Gurbani, which as Guru Nanak Dev Ji said: "Has been revealed by God Almighty".
I remember it as Dadi's constant companion, for she spun everyday as she recited her Gurbani or sang in Pothwari songs of her childhood.
Gurbani, with Bell Laboratories, and Sun (computer science, Illinois Institute of Technology) explore service-oriented computing in the context of enabling cross-network services between two communications networks: the Internet and the public switched wireline and cellular telephone network.
1) I have to thank my graduate students at Universidad de Cordoba, Maria Jesus Lopez Sanchez-Vizcaino and Nitesh Gurbani, for having enthusiastically and patiently transcribed the interview.