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Asa di Vaar: :Pauri 20

pMnw 474

pauVI ] (474-1)



Awpy hI krxw kIE kl Awpy hI qY DwrIAY ] (474-1, Awsw, mÚ 1)

aapay hee karnaa kee-o kal aapay hee tai Dhaaree-ai.

You Yourself created the creation; You Yourself infused Your power into it.

dyKih kIqw Awpxw Dir kcI pkI swrIAY ] (474-1, Awsw, mÚ 1)

daykheh keetaa aapnaa Dhar kachee pakee saaree-ai.

You behold Your creation, like the losing and winning dice of the earth.

jo AwieAw so clsI sBu koeI AweI vwrIAY ] (474-2, Awsw, mÚ 1)

jo aa-i-aa so chalsee sabh ko-ee aa-ee vaaree-ai.

Whoever has come, shall depart; all shall have their turn.

ijs ky jIA prwx hih ikau swihbu mnhu ivswrIAY ] (474-2, Awsw, mÚ 1)

jis kay jee-a paraan heh ki-o saahib manhu visaaree-ai.

He who owns our soul, and our very breath of life - why should we forget that Lord and Master from our minds?

Awpx hQI Awpxw Awpy hI kwju svwrIAY ]20] (474-3, Awsw, mÚ 1)

aapan hathee aapnaa aapay hee kaaj savaaree-ai. ||20||

With our own hands, let us resolve our own affairs. ||20||

sloku mhlw 2 ] (474-3)

salok mehlaa 2.

Shalok, Second Mehl:

eyh iknyhI AwskI dUjY lgY jwie ] (474-3, Awsw, mÚ 2)

ayh kinayhee aaskee doojai lagai jaa-ay.

What sort of love is this, which clings to duality?

nwnk Awsku kWFIAY sd hI rhY smwie ] (474-4, Awsw, mÚ 2)

naanak aasak kaaNdhee-ai sad hee rahai samaa-ay.

O Nanak, he alone is called a lover, who remains forever immersed in absorption.

cMgY cMgw kir mMny mMdY mMdw hoie ] (474-4, Awsw, mÚ 2)

changai changa kar mannay mandai mandaa ho-ay.

But one who feels good only when good is done for him, and feels bad when things go badly

Awsku eyhu n AwKIAY ij lyKY vrqY soie ]1] (474-5, Awsw, mÚ 2)

aasak ayhu na aakhee-ai je laykhai vartai so-ay. ||1||

- do not call him a lover. He trades only for his own account. ||1||

mhlw 2 ] (474-5)

mehlaa 2.

Second Mehl:

slwmu jbwbu dovY kry muMFhu GuQw jwie ] (474-5, Awsw, mÚ 2)

salaam jabaab dovai karay mundhhu ghuthaa jaa-ay.

One who offers both respectful greetings and rude refusal to his master, has gone wrong from the very beginning.

nwnk dovY kUVIAw Qwie n kweI pwie ]2] (474-6, Awsw, mÚ 2)

naanak dovai koorhee-aa thaa-ay na kaa-ee paa-ay. ||2||

O Nanak, both of his actions are false; he obtains no place in the Court of the Lord. ||2||

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