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Gateway to Sikhism

Sidh Ghost

nwim rqy isD gosit hoie ]

naam ratay siDh gosat ho-ay.

Attuned to the Naam, they attain Sidh Gosht - conversation with the Siddhas.

nwim rqy sdw qpu hoie ]

naam ratay sadaa tap ho-ay.

Attuned to the Naam, they practice intense meditation forever.

nwim rqy scu krxI swru ]

naam ratay sach karnee saar.

Attuned to the Naam, they live the true and excellent lifestyle.

nwim rqy gux igAwn bIcwru ]

naam ratay gun gi-aan beechaar.

Attuned to the Naam, they contemplate the Lord's virtues and spiritual wisdom.

ibnu nwvY bolY sBu vykwru ]

bin naavai bolai sabh vaykaar.

Without the Name, all that is spoken is useless.

nwnk nwim rqy iqn kau jYkwru ]33]

naanak naam ratay tin ka-o jaikaar. ||33||

O Nanak, attuned to the Naam, their victory is celebrated. ||33||

pUry gur qy nwmu pwieAw jwie ]

pooray gur tay naam paa-i-aa jaa-ay.

Through the Perfect Guru, one obtains the Naam, the Name of the Lord.

jog jugiq sic rhY smwie ]

jog jugat sach rahai samaa-ay.

The Way of Yoga is to remain absorbed in Truth.

bwrh mih jogI Brmwey sMinAwsI iCA cwir ]

baarah meh jogee bharmaa-ay sani-aasee chhi-a chaar.

The Yogis wander in the twelve schools of Yoga; the Sannyaasis in six and four.

gur kY sbid jo mir jIvY so pwey moK duAwru ]

gur kai sabad jo mar jeevai so paa-ay mokh du-aar.

One who remains dead while yet alive, through the Word of the Guru's Shabad, finds the door of liberation.

ibnu sbdY siB dUjY lwgy dyKhu irdY bIcwir ]

bin sabdai sabh doojai laagay daykhhu ridai beechaar.

Without the Shabad, all are attached to duality. Contemplate this in your heart, and see.

nwnk vfy sy vfBwgI ijnI scu riKAw aur Dwir ]34]

naanak vaday say vadbhaagee jinee sach rakhi-aa ur Dhaar. ||34||

O Nanak, blessed and very fortunate are those who keep the True Lord enshrined in their hearts. ||34||

gurmuiK rqnu lhY ilv lwie ]

gurmukh ratan lahai liv laa-ay.

The Gurmukh obtains the jewel, lovingly focused on the Lord.

gurmuiK prKY rqnu suBwie ]

gurmukh parkhai ratan subhaa-ay.

The Gurmukh intuitively recognizes the value of this jewel.

gurmuiK swcI kwr kmwie ]

gurmukh saachee kaar kamaa-ay.

The Gurmukh practices Truth in action.

gurmuiK swcy mnu pqIAwie ]

gurmukh saachay man patee-aa-ay.

The mind of the Gurmukh is pleased with the True Lord.

gurmuiK AlKu lKwey iqsu BwvY ]

gurmukh alakh lakhaa-ay tis bhaavai.

The Gurmukh sees the unseen, when it pleases the Lord.

nwnk gurmuiK cot n KwvY ]35]

naanak gurmukh chot na khaavai. ||35||

O Nanak, the Gurmukh does not have to endure punishment. ||35||

gurmuiK nwmu dwnu iesnwnu ]

gurmukh naam daan isnaan.

The Gurmukh is blessed with the Name, charity and purification.

gurmuiK lwgY shij iDAwnu ]

gurmukh laagai sahj Dhi-aan.

The Gurmukh centers his meditation on the celestial Lord.

gurmuiK pwvY drgh mwnu ]

gurmukh paavai dargeh maan.

The Gurmukh obtains honor in the Court of the Lord.

gurmuiK Bau BMjnu prDwnu ]

gurmukh bha-o bhanjan parDhaan.

The Gurmukh obtains the Supreme Lord, the Destroyer of fear.

gurmuiK krxI kwr krwey ]

gurmukh karnee kaar karaa-ay.

The Gurmukh does good deeds, an inspires others to do so.

nwnk gurmuiK myil imlwey ]36]

naanak gurmukh mayl milaa-ay. ||36||

O Nanak, the Gurmukh unites in the Lord's Union. ||36||

gurmuiK swsqR isimRiq byd ]

gurmukh saastar simrit bayd.

The Gurmukh understands the Simritees, the Shaastras and the Vedas.

gurmuiK pwvY Git Git Byd ]

gurmukh paavai ghat ghat bhayd.

The Gurmukh knows the secrets of each and every heart.

gurmuiK vYr ivroD gvwvY ]

gurmukh vair viroDh gavaavai.

The Gurmukh eliminates hate and envy.

gurmuiK sglI gxq imtwvY ]

gurmukh saglee ganat mitaavai.

The Gurmukh erases all accounting.

gurmuiK rwm nwm rMig rwqw ]

gurmukh raam naam rang raataa.

The Gurmukh is imbued with love for the Lord's Name.

nwnk gurmuiK Ksmu pCwqw ]37]

naanak gurmukh khasam pachhaataa. ||37||

O Nanak, the Gurmukh realizes his Lord and Master. ||37||

ibnu gur BrmY AwvY jwie ]

bin gur bharmai aavai jaa-ay.

Without the Guru, one wanders, coming and going in reincarnation.

ibnu gur Gwl n pveI Qwie ]

bin gur ghaal na pav-ee thaa-ay.

Without the Guru, one's work is useless.

ibnu gur mnUAw Aiq folwie ]

bin gur manoo-aa at dolaa-ay.

Without the Guru, the mind is totally unsteady.

ibnu gur iqRpiq nhI ibKu Kwie ]

bin gur taripat nahee bikh khaa-ay.

Without the Guru, one is unsatisfied, and eats poison.

ibnu gur ibsIAru fsY mir vwt ]

bin gur bisee-ar dasai mar vaat.

Without the Guru, one is stung by the poisonous snake of Maya, and dies.

nwnk gur ibnu Gwty Gwt ]38]

naanak gur bin ghaatay ghaat. ||38||

O Nanak without the Guru, all is lost. ||38||

ijsu guru imlY iqsu pwir auqwrY ]

jis gur milai tis paar utaarai.

One who meets the Guru is carried across.

Avgx mytY guix insqwrY ]

avgan maytai gun nistaarai.

His sins are erased, and he is emancipated through virtue.

mukiq mhw suK gur sbdu bIcwir ]

mukat mahaa sukh gur sabad beechaar.

The supreme peace of liberation is attained, contemplating the Word of the Guru's Shabad.

gurmuiK kdy n AwvY hwir ]

gurmukh kaday na aavai haar.

The Gurmukh is never defeated.

qnu htVI iehu mnu vxjwrw ]

tan hatrhee ih man vanjaaraa.

In the store of the body, this mind is the merchant;

nwnk shjy scu vwpwrw ]39]

naanak sehjay sach vaapaaraa. ||39||

O Nanak, it deals intuitively in Truth. ||39||

gurmuiK bWiDE syqu ibDwqY ]

gurmukh baaNDhi-o sayt biDhaatai.

The Gurmukh is the bridge, built by the Architect of Destiny.

lµkw lUtI dYq sMqwpY ]

lankaa lootee dait santaapai.

The demons of passion which plundered Sri Lanka - the body - have been conquered.

rwmcMid mwirE Aih rwvxu ]

raamchand maari-o ah raavan.

Ram Chand - the mind - has slaughtered Raawan - pride;

Bydu bBIKx gurmuiK prcwiexu ]

bhayd babheekhan gurmukh parchaa-in.

the Gurmukh understands the secret revealed by Babheekhan.

gurmuiK swieir pwhx qwry ]

gurmukh saa-ir paahan taaray.

The Gurmukh carries even stones across the ocean.

gurmuiK koit qyqIs auDwry ]40]

gurmukh kot taytees uDhaaray. ||40||

The Gurmukh saves millions of people. ||40|| will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.

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