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# timeless, beyond.  
 
# timeless, beyond.  
 
# untimely.  
 
# untimely.  
# an attribute of and descriptive term for the Supreme Divine, referring to His eternal and timeless nature of existence, commonly used in Sikhism.  
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# an attribute of and descriptive term for the Supreme Divine, referring to His eternal and timeless nature of existence, commonly used in [[Sikhism]].  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:57, 15 December 2016

By Jit Majumdar

Sometimes transliterated as: Akala, AkAla, Akaala


  1. timeless, beyond.
  2. untimely.
  3. an attribute of and descriptive term for the Supreme Divine, referring to His eternal and timeless nature of existence, commonly used in Sikhism.