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Varan Bhai Gurdas Ji
Vaar 1
Translation by Dr Jodh Singh


Pauri43 Grandeur of the true name

bwbw boly nwQ jI Sbd sunhu sc muKhu AlweI]
bwjhu scy nwm dy hor krwmwq AswQy nwhI]
bsqr pihroN Agin ky brP ihmwly mMdr CweI]
kro rsoeI swr dI sglI DrqI n`Q clweI]
eyvf krI ivQwr kau sglI DrqI h`kI jweI]
qolIN Driq AwkwS duie ipCy Cwby tMk cVHweI]
eyh bl rKW Awp ivc ijs AwKW iqs pwr krweI]
siqnwm ibn bwdr CweI ]ôó]

baabaa bolae naathh jee shubudh sunuhu such mukhuhu alaaee||
baajuhu suchae naam dhae hor kuraamaath asaathhae naahee||
busuthur pehiro agan kae buruf himaalae mu(n)dhur shhaaee||
kuro rusoee saar dhee sugulee dhhuruthee nuuthh chulaaee||
eaevudd kuree vithhaar ko sugulee dhhuruthee huukee jaaee||
tholee dhhurath aakaash dhue pishhae shhaabae ttu(n)k churruaaee||
eaeh bul rukhaa(n) aap vich jis aakhaa(n) this paar kuraaee||
sathinaam bin baadhur shhaaee ||uu||

Baba (further) said, O respected Nath! Please listen to the truth that I utter.
Without the true Name no else miracle I have.
I may wear the clothes of fire and build my house in the Himalayas.
I may eat the iron and make earth move to my orders.
I may expand myself so much that I could push the earth.
I may weigh the earth and the sky against few grams of weight.
I may have so much of power that I push aside anybody by saying.
But without the true Name, these all (powers) are momentary like the Shadow of the clouds.

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