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pwÚ 10 kibXobwc bynqI ] cOpeI ]

hmrI kro hwQ dY r`Cw ] pUrn hoie icq kI ie`Cw ]

qv crnn mn rhY hmwrw ] Apnw jwn kro pRiqpwrw ]1]

hmry dust sBY qum Gwvhu ] Awpu hwQ dY moih bcwvhu ]

suKI bsY moro pirvwrw ] syvk is`K sBY krqwrw ]2]

mo r`Cw inj kr dY kirXY ] sB bYrn ko Awj sMGirXY ]

pUrn hoie hmwrI Awsw ] qor Bjn kI rhY ipAwsw ]3]

qumih Cwif koeI Avru n iDXwaUN ] jo br choN su qum qy pwaUN ]

syvk is`K hmwry qwrIAih ] cuin cuin sqR hmwry mwrIAih ]4]

Awp hwQ dY muJY aubirXY ] mrn kwl kw qRws invirXY ]

hUjo sdw hmwry p`Cw ] sRI AisDuj jU kirXhu r`Cw ]5]

rwiK lyhu muih rwKnhwry ] swihb sMq shwie ipXwry ]

dIn bMDu dustn ky hMqw ] qumho purI cqur ds kMqw ]6]

kwl pwie bRhmw bpu Drw ] kwl pwie isvjU Avqrw ]

kwl pwie kr ibsnu pRkwsw ] skl kwl kw kIAw qmwsw ]7]

jvn kwl jogI isv kIE ] bydrwj bRhmw jU QIE ]

jvn kwl sB lok svwrw ] nmskwr hY qwih hmwrw ]8]

jvn kwl sB jgq bnwXO ] dyv dYq j`Cn aupjwXo ]

Awid AMiq eykY Avqwrw ] soeI gurU smiJXhu hmwrw ]9]

nmskwr iqs hI ko hmwrI ] skl pRjw ijn Awp svwrI ]

isvkn ko isvgun suK dIE ] sqRü`n ko pl mo bD kIE ]10]

Gt Gt ky AMqr kI jwnq ] Bly bury kI pIr pCwnq ]

cItI qy kuMcr AsQUlw ] sB pr ik®pw idRsit kr PUlw ]1]

sMqn duK pwey qy duKI ] suK pwey swDun ky suKI ]

eyk eyk kI pIr pCwnYN ] Gt Gt ky pt pt kI jwnYN ]2]

jb audkrK krw krqwrw ] pRjw Drq qb dyh Apwrw ]

jb AwkrK krq ho kbhUM ] qum mY imlq dyh Dr sBhUM ]3]

jyqy bdn isRsit sB DwrY ] Awpu AwpnI bUJ aucwrY ]

qum sBhI qy rhq inrwlm ] jwnq byd Byd Ar Awlm ]4]

inrMkwr inRibkwr inrlµB ] Awid AnIl Anwid AsMB ]

qw kw mUVH aucwrq Bydw ] jw kO Byv n pwvq bydw ]5]

qw kO kir pwhn Anumwnq ] mhw mUVH kCu Byd n jwnq ]

mhwdyv ko khq sdw isv ] inrMkwr kw cInq nih iBv ]6]

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