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Interpretation in English :
DHANAASAREE, FOURTH MEHL
O my King, beholding the Blessed Vision of the Lord’s Darshan, I am at peace.
You alone know my inner pain, O King;
what can anyone else know?
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O True Lord and Master, You are truly my King;
whatever You do, all that is True.
Who should I call a liar?
There is no other than You, O King.
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You are pervading and permeating in all;
O King, everyone meditates on You, day and night.
Everyone begs of You, O my King;
You alone give gifts to all.
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All are under Your Power, O my King;
none at all are beyond You.
All beings are Yours—You belong to all, O my King.
All shall merge and be absorbed in You.
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You are the hope of all, O my Beloved;
all meditate on You, O my King.
As it pleases You, protect and preserve me, O my Beloved;
You are the True King of Nanak.
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(This HukamNama occurs on Ang: 670 of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.)
Q: Why doesn't the above HukamNama contain any spaces between words ?