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Nit-Nem (literally "Daily Discipline") is a collection of selected Sikh hymns that are designated to be read by the Sikhs every day at pre-fixed times. It normally includes the Gurbani which is read daily by Sikhs in the morning, evening and at night.
a. Japji Sahib
b. Jaap Sahib
c. Amrit Savaiye (also known as Sudha Savaiyas)
d. Chupai Sahib
e. Anand Sahib
d. Rehras Sahib
Night [Before going to bed]
e. Kirtan Sohila
Japji Sahib, Jaap Sahib, Amrit Savaiye, Chupai Sahib and Anand Sahib banis in the morning. Rehras Sahib in the evening. Kirtan Sohila at night bed time.
These seven banis of nitnem are also stamped by Shiri Akal Takht Sahib.