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Dukh Bhanjani Sahib

eyk bwq suin qwkI Etw swDsMig imit jwhI ]2] (206-2, gauVI, mÚ 5)

ayk baat sun taakee otaa saaDhsang mit jaahee. ||2||

But I have heard that they can be rooted out, in the Saadh Sangat, the Company of the Holy; and so I seek their Shelter. ||2||

kir ikrpw sMq imly moih iqn qy DIrju pwieAw ] (206-2, gauVI, mÚ 5)

kar kirpaa sant milay mohi tin tay Dheeraj paa-i-aa.

In their Mercy, the Saints have met me, and from them, I have obtained satisfaction.

sMqI mMqu dIE moih inrBau gur kw sbdu kmwieAw ]3] (206-3, gauVI, mÚ 5)

santee mant dee-o mohi nirbha-o gur kaa sabad kamaa-i-aa. ||3||

The Saints have given me the Mantra of the Fearless Lord, and now I practice the Word of the Guru's Shabad. ||3||

jIiq ley Eie mhw ibKwdI shj suhylI bwxI ] (206-3, gauVI, mÚ 5)

jeet la-ay o-ay mahaa bikhaadee sahj suhaylee banee.

I have now conquered those terrible evil-doers, and my speech is now sweet and sublime.

khu nwnk min BieAw prgwsw pwieAw pdu inrbwxI ]4]4]125] (206-4, gauVI, mÚ 5)

kaho naanak man bha-i-aa pargaasaa paa-i-aa pad nirbaanee. ||4||4||125||

Says Nanak, the Divine Light has dawned within my mind; I have obtained the state of Nirvaanaa. ||4||4||125||

iblwvlu mhlw 5 ] (801-14)

bilaaval mehlaa 5.

Bilaaval, Fifth Mehl:

srb kilAwx kIey gurdyv ] (801-15, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

sarab kali-aan kee-ay gurdayv.

The Divine Guru has blessed me with total happiness.

syvku ApnI lwieE syv ] (801-15, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

sayvak apnee laa-i-o sayv.

He has linked His servant to His service.

ibGnu n lwgY jip AlK AByv ]1] (801-15, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

bighan na laagai jap alakh abhayv. ||1||

No obstacles block my path, meditating on the incomprehensible, inscrutable Lord. ||1||

Driq punIq BeI gun gwey ] (801-16, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

Dharat puneet bha-ee gun gaa-ay.

The soil has been sanctified, singing the Glories of His Praises.

durqu gieAw hir nwmu iDAwey ]1] rhwau ] (801-16, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

durat ga-i-aa har naam Dhi-aa-ay. ||1|| rahaa-o.

The sins are eradicated, meditating on the Name of the Lord. ||1||Pause||

sBnI QWeI rivAw Awip ] (801-16, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

sabhnee thaaN-ee ravi-aa aap.

He Himself is pervading everywhere;

Awid jugwid jw kw vf prqwpu ] (801-17, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

aad jugaad jaa kaa vad partaap.

from the very beginning, and throughout the ages, His Glory has been radiantly manifest.

gur prswid n hoie sMqwpu ]2] (801-17, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

gur parsaad na ho-ay santaap. ||2||

By Guru's Grace, sorrow does not touch me. ||2||

gur ky crn lgy min mITy ] (801-17, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

gur kay charan lagay man meethay.

The Guru's Feet seem so sweet to my mind.

inribGn hoie sB QWeI vUTy ] (801-18, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

nirbighan ho-ay sabh thaaN-ee voothay.

He is unobstructed, dwelling everywhere.

siB suK pwey siqgur qUTy ]3] (801-18, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

sabh sukh paa-ay satgur toothay. ||3||

I found total peace, when the Guru was pleased. ||3||

pwrbRhm pRB Bey rKvwly ] (801-18, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

paarbarahm parabh bha-ay rakhvaalay.

The Supreme Lord God has become my Savior.

ijQY ikQY dIsih nwly ] (801-19, iblwvlu, mÚ 5)

jithai kithai deeseh naalay.

Wherever I look, I see Him there with me.

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