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Extra Marital Affairs

1. Shame to him Who commits adultery.
Guru V, Jaijavanti Rag

2. A man full of lust,Gazes at another's wife.
Kabirji, Sri Rag

3. As one lies with a venomous serpent,So, it is if one sleeps with another's wife.
Guru V, Asa Rag

4. He is blind who deserts his own wife,And commits adultery with another's in the meanness of conscience.
Namdevji, Bhairo Rag

5. He possesses a beautiful wife of good family.Yet commits adultery with another woman,He cannot distinguish between evil and good.
Guru V, Gauri Rag

6. He who does not go near another man's wife and wealth, God is near and ever near to him.
Namdevji, Bhairo Rag

7. He commits adultery with another's wife, and talks ill of saints, He does not listen for a while the praises of Lord, He unsurps another's money for the sake of his self, The fire of desire is not extinguished.

Guru V, Gauri Rag

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