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Anand Sahib Pauree 1-4


rwmklI mhlw 3 Anµdu

raamkalee mehlaa 3 anand

Raamkalee, Third Mehl, Anand ~ The Song Of Bliss:

<> siqgur pRswid ]

ik-oNkaar satgur parsaad.

One Universal Creator God. By The Grace Of The True Guru:

Anµdu BieAw myrI mwey siqgurU mY pwieAw ]

anand bha-i-aa mayree maa-ay satguroo mai paa-i-aa.

I am in ecstasy, O my mother, for I have found my True Guru.

siqguru q pwieAw shj syqI min vjIAw vwDweIAw ]

satgur ta paa-i-aa sahj saytee man vajee-aa vaaDhaa-ee-aa.

I have found the True Guru, with intuitive ease, and my mind vibrates with the music of bliss.

rwg rqn prvwr prIAw sbd gwvx AweIAw ]

raag ratan parvaar paree-aa sabad gaavan aa-ee-aa.

The jewelled melodies and their related celestial harmonies have come to sing the Word of the Shabad.

sbdo q gwvhu hrI kyrw min ijnI vswieAw ]

sabdo ta gaavhu haree kayraa man jinee vasaa-i-aa.

The Lord dwells within the minds of those who sing the Shabad.

khY nwnku Anµdu hoAw siqgurU mY pwieAw ]1]

kahai naanak anand ho-aa satguroo mai paa-i-aa. ||1||

Says Nanak, I am in ecstasy, for I have found my True Guru. ||1||

ey mn myirAw qU sdw rhu hir nwly ]

ay man mayri-aa too sadaa rahu har naalay.

O my mind, remain always with the Lord.

hir nwil rhu qU mMn myry dUK siB ivswrxw ]

har naal rahu too man mayray dookh sabh visaarnaa.

Remain always with the Lord, O my mind, and all sufferings will be forgotten.

AMgIkwru Ehu kry qyrw kwrj siB svwrxw ]

angeekaar oh karay tayraa kaaraj sabh savaarnaa.

He will accept You as His own, and all your affairs will be perfectly arranged.

sBnw glw smrQu suAwmI so ikau mnhu ivswry ]

sabhnaa galaa samrath su-aamee so ki-o manhu visaaray.

Our Lord and Master is all-powerful to do all things, so why forget Him from your mind?

khY nwnku mMn myry sdw rhu hir nwly ]2]

kahai naanak man mayray sadaa rahu har naalay. ||2||

Says Nanak, O my mind, remain always with the Lord. ||2||

swcy swihbw ikAw nwhI Gir qyrY ]

saachay saahibaa ki-aa naahee ghar tayrai.

O my True Lord and Master, what is there which is not in Your celestial home?

Gir q qyrY sBu ikCu hY ijsu dyih su pwvey ]

ghar ta tayrai sabh kichh hai jis deh so paav-ay.

Everything is in Your home; they receive, unto whom You give.

sdw isPiq slwh qyrI nwmu min vswvey ]

sadaa sifat salaah tayree naam man vasaava-ay.

Constantly singing Your Praises and Glories, Your Name is enshrined in the mind.

nwmu ijn kY min visAw vwjy sbd Gnyry ]

naam jin kai man vasi-aa vaajay sabad ghanayray.

The divine melody of the Shabad vibrates for those, within whose minds the Naam abides.

khY nwnku scy swihb ikAw nwhI Gir qyrY ]3]

kahai naanak sachay saahib ki-aa naahee ghar tayrai. ||3||

Says Nanak, O my True Lord and Master, what is there which is not in Your home? ||3||

swcw nwmu myrw AwDwro ]

saachaa naam mayraa aaDhaaro.

The True Name is my only support.

swcu nwmu ADwru myrw ijin BuKw siB gvweIAw ]

saach naam aDhaar mayraa jin bhukhaa sabh gavaa-ee-aa.

The True Name is my only support; it satisfies all hunger.

kir sWiq suK min Awie visAw ijin ieCw siB pujweIAw ]

kar saaNt sukh man aa-ay vasi-aa jin ichhaa sabh pujaa-ee-aa.

It has brought peace and tranquility to my mind; it has fulfilled all my desires.

sdw kurbwxu kIqw gurU ivthu ijs dIAw eyih vifAweIAw ]

sadaa kurbaan keetaa guroo vitahu jis dee-aa ayhi vadi-aa-ee-aa.

I am forever a sacrifice to the Guru, who possesses such glorious greatness.

khY nwnku suxhu sMqhu sbid Drhu ipAwro ]

kahai naanak sunhu santahu sabad Dharahu pi-aaro.

Says Nanak, listen, O Saints; enshrine love for the Shabad.

swcw nwmu myrw AwDwro ]4]

saachaa naam mayraa aaDhaaro. ||4||

The True Name is my only support. ||4||

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