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FIl n prI jw guir Purmwey ]3] (191-11, gauVI, mÚ 5)

dheel na paree jaa gur furmaa-ay. ||3||

there is no delay, when the Guru gives the Order. ||3||

ieC punI pUry gur imly ] (191-11, gauVI, mÚ 5)

ichh punee pooray gur milay.

Desires are fulfilled, when one meets the True Guru;

nwnk qy jn suPl Ply ]4]58]127] (191-11, gauVI, mÚ 5)

naanak tay jan sufal falay. ||4||58||127||

O Nanak, His humble servant is fruitful and prosperous. ||4||58||127||

gauVI mhlw 5 ] (191-12)

ga-orhee mehlaa 5.

Gauree, Fifth Mehl:

qwp gey pweI pRiB sWiq ] (191-12, gauVI, mÚ 5)

taap ga-ay paa-ee parabh saaNt.

The fever has departed; God has showered us with peace and tranquility.

sIql Bey kInI pRB dwiq ]1] (191-12, gauVI, mÚ 5)

seetal bha-ay keenee parabh daat. ||1||

A cooling peace prevails; God has granted this gift. ||1||

pRB ikrpw qy Bey suhyly ] (191-13, gauVI, mÚ 5)

parabh kirpaa tay bha-ay suhaylay.

By God's Grace, we have become comfortable.

jnm jnm ky ibCury myly ]1] rhwau ] (191-13, gauVI, mÚ 5)

janam janam kay bichhuray maylay. ||1|| rahaa-o.

Separated from Him for countless incarnations, we are now reunited with Him. ||1||Pause||

ismrq ismrq pRB kw nwau ] (191-13, gauVI, mÚ 5)

simrat simrat parabh kaa naa-o.

Meditating, meditating in remembrance on God's Name,

sgl rog kw ibnisAw Qwau ]2] (191-14, gauVI, mÚ 5)

sagal rog kaa binsi-aa thaa-o. ||2||

the dwelling of all disease is destroyed. ||2||

shij suBwie bolY hir bwxI ] (191-14, gauVI, mÚ 5)

sahj subhaa-ay bolai har banee.

In intuitive peace and poise, chant the Word of the Lord's Bani.

AwT phr pRB ismrhu pRwxI ]3] (191-14, gauVI, mÚ 5)

aath pahar parabh simrahu paraanee. ||3||

Twenty-four hours a day, O mortal, meditate on God. ||3||

dUKu drdu jmu nyiV n AwvY ] (191-15, gauVI, mÚ 5)

dookh darad jam nayrh na aavai.

Pain, suffering and the Messenger of Death do not even approach that one,

khu nwnk jo hir gun gwvY ]4]59]128] (191-15, gauVI, mÚ 5)

kaho naanak jo har gun gaavai. ||4||59||128||

says Nanak, who sings the Glorious Praises of the Lord. ||4||59||128||

gauVI mhlw 5 ] (195-17)

ga-orhee mehlaa 5.

Gauree, Fifth Mehl:

koit ibGn ihry iKn mwih ] (195-17, gauVI, mÚ 5)

kot bighan hiray khin maahi.

Millions of obstacles are removed in an instant,

hir hir kQw swDsMig sunwih ]1] (195-18, gauVI, mÚ 5)

har har kathaa saaDhsang sunaahi. ||1||

for those who listen to the Sermon of the Lord, Har, Har, in the Saadh Sangat, the Company of the Holy. ||1||

pIvq rwm rsu AMimRq gux jwsu ] (195-18, gauVI, mÚ 5)

peevat raam ras amrit gun jaas.

They drink in the sublime essence of the Lord's Name, the Ambrosial Elixir.

jip hir crx imtI KuiD qwsu ]1] rhwau ] (195-18, gauVI, mÚ 5)

jap har charan mitee khuDh taas. ||1|| rahaa-o.

Meditating on the Lord's Feet, hunger is taken away. ||1||Pause||

srb kilAwx suK shj inDwn ] (195-19, gauVI, mÚ 5)

sarab kali-aan sukh sahj niDhaan.

The treasure of all happiness, celestial peace and poise,

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