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The word vāhegurū is traditionally explained as vāh "wondrous" + gu "darkness" + and rū "light", together said to carry the meaning, "The wondrous Lord who dispels the darkness of ignorance and bestows the light of truth, knowledge and enlightenment".
The word Vāhigurū or Waheguru is also used in Sikhism as a main mantra, called gurmantra or gurmantar.
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