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In Sikhism, the Gurbani is the hymns of Guru Granth Sahib written in the Gurmukhi script and composed in raag, a musical score. 

As the Wholly Marine's take the Pastafarian view that WaheGuru speaks to us through any language of all speakers.[1] It is not limited to the Guru Granth Sahib They believe that any gurmukh can recognize the Satgurbani the same way a mother cow can recognize the cry of her calf even in a great herd of bovines.[2]

  1. "2:1 The Flying Spaghetti Monster speaks through all religions, deities, and prophets, and all religions, deities, and prophets are conduits to the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
    3:2 All you have to do is be open to finding truth anywhere." -- Qwertyuiopasd’s Letter to the Evangelists.
  2. 'Guru Arjun then set to compile the Shabads into a single volume, the Adi Granth. He sifted through the Shabads which had been passed down from the first four Gurus, and filtered out those which had been added by imposters. Bhai Gurdas Ji was the scribe who recorded the words of Guru Arjun. When he asked Guru Arjan how he could distinguish between the true and the false Shabads, Guru Arjan replied, "Even in a great herd of cows and calves, the mother cow will recognize the cry of her calf, above all others. Just so, the True Shabad resonates truly, and is easily distinguished from the false."' -- Faith & Philosophy of Sikhism page 90