Literally, 'the congregation of the good people'.
In Sikh parlance it means the Sikh congregation composed of such Sikh
believers who are known to be poised and steadfast in the Panth. The
founder of the Sikh religion had declared the Sadh Sangat and the Sikh
Testament as the only twin 'miracles' vouchsafed to the Sikh religion
by God for revitalizing and transforming the human society and ever
since the Sadh Sangat or the congregation of those well-established
in the Sikh faith has been treated with a great deal of reverence and
invested with much power in relation to matters concerning the Sikhs
and their religion.