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Sukhmani Sahib Asthapadee 07 Pauree 5-6

swD kY sMig sB kul auDwrY ]

saaDh kai sang sabh kul uDhaarai.

In the Company of the Holy, all one's family is saved.

swDsMig swjn mIq kutMb insqwrY ]

saaDhsang saajan meet kutamb nistaarai.

In the Company of the Holy, one's friends, acquaintances and relatives are redeemed.

swDU kY sMig so Dnu pwvY ]

saaDhoo kai sang so Dhan paavai.

In the Company of the Holy, that wealth is obtained.

ijsu Dn qy sBu ko vrswvY ]

jis Dhan tay sabh ko varsaavai.

Everyone benefits from that wealth.

swDsMig Drm rwie kry syvw ]

saaDhsang Dharam raa-ay karay sayvaa.

In the Company of the Holy, the Lord of Dharma serves.

swD kY sMig soBw surdyvw ]

saaDh kai sang sobhaa surdayvaa.

In the Company of the Holy, the divine, angelic beings sing God's Praises.

swDU kY sMig pwp plwien ]

saaDhoo kai sang paap palaa-in.

In the Company of the Holy, one's sins fly away.

swDsMig AMimRq gun gwien ]

saaDhsang amrit gun gaa-in.

In the Company of the Holy, one sings the Ambrosial Glories.

swD kY sMig sRb Qwn gMim ]

saaDh kai sang sarab thaan gamm.

In the Company of the Holy, all places are within reach.

nwnk swD kY sMig sPl jnµm ]5]

naanak saaDh kai sang safal jannam. ||5||

O Nanak, in the Company of the Holy, one's life becomes fruitful. ||5||

swD kY sMig nhI kCu Gwl ]

saaDh kai sang nahee kachh ghaal.

In the Company of the Holy, there is no suffering.

drsnu Bytq hoq inhwl ]

darsan bhaytat hot nihaal.

The Blessed Vision of their Darshan brings a sublime, happy peace.

swD kY sMig klUKq hrY ]

saaDh kai sang kalookhat harai.

In the Company of the Holy, blemishes are removed.

swD kY sMig nrk prhrY ]

saaDh kai sang narak parharai.

In the Company of the Holy, hell is far away.

swD kY sMig eIhw aUhw suhylw ]

saaDh kai sang eehaa oohaa suhaylaa.

In the Company of the Holy, one is happy here and hereafter.

swDsMig ibCurq hir mylw ]

saaDhsang bichhurat har maylaa.

In the Company of the Holy, the separated ones are reunited with the Lord.

jo ieCY soeI Plu pwvY ]

jo ichhai so-ee fal paavai.

The fruits of one's desires are obtained.

swD kY sMig n ibrQw jwvY ]

saaDh kai sang na birthaa jaavai.

In the Company of the Holy, no one goes empty-handed.

pwrbRhmu swD ird bsY ]

paarbarahm saaDh rid basai.

The Supreme Lord God dwells in the hearts of the Holy.

nwnk auDrY swD suin rsY ]6]

naanak uDhrai saaDh sun rasai. ||6||

O Nanak, listening to the sweet words of the Holy, one is saved. ||6||

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