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Sukhmani Sahib Asthapadee 09 Pauree 3-4



BgauqI BgvMq Bgiq kw rMgu ]

bhag-utee bhagvant bhagat kaa rang.

The true Bhagaautee, the devotee of Adi Shakti, loves the devotional worship of God.

 sgl iqAwgY dust kw sMgu ]

sagal ti-aagai dusat kaa sang.

He forsakes the company of all wicked people.

 mn qy ibnsY sglw Brmu ]

man tay binsai saglaa bharam.

All doubts are removed from his mind.

 kir pUjY sgl pwrbRhmu ]

kar poojai sagal paarbarahm.

He performs devotional service to the Supreme Lord God in all.

 swDsMig pwpw mlu KovY ]

saaDhsang paapaa mal khovai.

In the Company of the Holy, the filth of sin is washed away.

 iqsu BgauqI kI miq aUqm hovY ]

tis bhag-utee kee mat ootam hovai.

The wisdom of such a Bhagaautee becomes supreme.

 BgvMq kI thl krY inq nIiq ]

bhagvant kee tahal karai nit neet.

He constantly performs the service of the Supreme Lord God.

 mnu qnu ArpY ibsn prIiq ]

man tan arpai bisan pareet.

He dedicates his mind and body to the Love of God.

 hir ky crn ihrdY bswvY ]

har kay charan hirdai basaavai.

The Lotus Feet of the Lord abide in his heart.

 nwnk AYsw BgauqI BgvMq kau pwvY ]3]

naanak aisaa bhag-utee bhagvant ka-o paavai. ||3||

O Nanak, such a Bhagaautee attains the Lord God. ||3||

 so pMifqu jo mnu prboDY ]

so pandit jo man parboDhai.

He is a true Pandit, a religious scholar, who instructs his own mind.

 rwm nwmu Awqm mih soDY ]

raam naam aatam meh soDhai.

He searches for the Lord's Name within his own soul.

 rwm nwm swru rsu pIvY ]

raam naam saar ras peevai.

He drinks in the Exquisite Nectar of the Lord's Name.

 ausu pMifq kY aupdyis jgu jIvY ]

us pandit kai updays jag jeevai.

By that Pandit's teachings, the world lives.

 hir kI kQw ihrdY bswvY ]

har kee kathaa hirdai basaavai.

He implants the Sermon of the Lord in his heart.

 so pMifqu iPir join n AwvY ]

so pandit fir jon na aavai.

Such a Pandit is not cast into the womb of reincarnation again.

 byd purwn isimRiq bUJY mUl ]

bayd puraan simrit boojhai mool.

He understands the fundamental essence of the Vedas, the Puraanas and the Simritees.

 sUKm mih jwnY AsQUlu ]

sookham meh jaanai asthool.

In the unmanifest, he sees the manifest world to exist.

 chu vrnw kau dy aupdysu ]

chahu varnaa ka-o day updays.

He gives instruction to people of all castes and social classes.

 nwnk ausu pMifq kau sdw Adysu ]4]

naanak us pandit ka-o sadaa adays. ||4||

O Nanak, to such a Pandit, I bow in salutation forever. ||4||

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