aapae bhukhaa hoeikai aap jaae rusoee||
bhojun aap bunaaei(n)dhaa rus vich rus goee||
aapae khaae sulaahukai hoe thriputh sumoee||
aapae ruseeaa aap rus rus ruthunaa bhoee||
dhaathudh bhuguthaa aap hai surubu(n)g sumoee||
aapae aap vuruthudhaa gurumukh sukh hoee ||u||
He (the Lord) Himself posing to be hungry goes into the kitchen and cooks the food kneading in it all sorts of delights.
Himself eating and getting satiated He showers praises on the dainty
dishes. He Himself is the delight as well as the delighted.
He is the juice as well as the tongue which relishes its taste. He permeating through all, Himself is the giver as well as receiver.
Knowing the fact that He permeates among all, the Gurmukh feels
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