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Sukhmani Sahib Asthapadee  01 Pauree 5-6

pRB kau ismrih sy DnvMqy ]

parabh ka-o simrahi say Dhanvantay.

Those who remember God are wealthy.

pRB kau ismrih sy piqvMqy ]

parabh ka-o simrahi say pativantay.

Those who remember God are honorable.

pRB kau ismrih sy jn prvwn ]

parabh ka-o simrahi say jan parvaan.

Those who remember God are approved.

pRB kau ismrih sy purK pRDwn ]

parabh ka-o simrahi say purakh parDhaan.

Those who remember God are the most distinguished persons.

pRB kau ismrih is bymuhqwjy ]

parabh ka-o simrahi se baymuhtaajay.

Those who remember God are not lacking.

pRB kau ismrih is srb ky rwjy ]

parabh ka-o simrahi se sarab kay raajay.

Those who remember God are the rulers of all.

pRB kau ismrih sy suKvwsI ]

parabh ka-o simrahi say sukhvaasee.

Those who remember God dwell in peace.

pRB kau ismrih sdw AibnwsI ]

parabh ka-o simrahi sadaa abhinaasee.

Those who remember God are immortal and eternal.

ismrn qy lwgy ijn Awip dieAwlw ]

simran tay laagay jin aap da-i-aalaa.

They alone hold to the remembrance of Him, unto whom He Himself shows His Mercy.

nwnk jn kI mMgY rvwlw ]5]

naanak jan kee mangai ravaalaa. ||5||

Nanak begs for the dust of their feet. ||5||

pRB kau ismrih sy praupkwrI ]

parabh ka-o simrahi say par-upkaaree.

Those who remember God generously help others.

pRB kau ismrih iqn sd bilhwrI ]

parabh ka-o simrahi tin sad balihaaree.

Those who remember God - to them, I am forever a sacrifice.

pRB kau ismrih sy muK suhwvy ]

parabh ka-o simrahi say mukh suhaavay.

Those who remember God - their faces are beautiful.

pRB kau ismrih iqn sUiK ibhwvY ]

parabh ka-o simrahi tin sookh bihaavai.

Those who remember God abide in peace.

pRB kau ismrih iqn Awqmu jIqw ]

parabh ka-o simrahi tin aatam jeetaa.

Those who remember God conquer their souls.

pRB kau ismrih iqn inrml rIqw ]

parabh ka-o simrahi tin nirmal reetaa.

Those who remember God have a pure and spotless lifestyle.

pRB kau ismrih iqn And Gnyry ]

parabh ka-o simrahi tin anad ghanayray.

Those who remember God experience all sorts of joys.

pRB kau ismrih bsih hir nyry ]

parabh ka-o simrahi baseh har nayray.

Those who remember God abide near the Lord.

sMq ik®pw qy Anidnu jwig ]

sant kirpaa tay an-din jaag.

By the Grace of the Saints, one remains awake and aware, night and day.

nwnk ismrnu pUrY Bwig ]6]

naanak simran poorai bhaag. ||6||

O Nanak, this meditative remembrance comes only by perfect destiny. ||6|| will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.

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