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Interpretation in English :


RAAG SOOHEE, ASHTAPADEES, FOURTH MEHL
, SECOND HOUSE
ONE UNIVERSAL CREATOR GOD.
BY THE GRACE OF THE TRUE GURU
If only someone would come, and lead me to meet my Darling Beloved;
I would sell myself to him.
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I long for the Blessed Vision of the Lordís Darshan.
When the Lord shows Mercy unto me, then I meet the True Guru;
I meditate on the Name of the Lord, Har, Har.
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Pause || If You will bless me with happiness, then I will worship and adore You.
Even in pain, I will meditate on You.
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Even if You give me hunger, I will still feel satisfied;
I am joyful, even in the midst of sorrow.
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I would cut my mind and body apart into pieces, and offer them all to You;
I would burn myself in fire.
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I wave the fan over You, and carry water for You;
whatever You give me, I take.
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Poor Nanak has fallen at the Lordís Door;
please, O Lord, unite me with Yourself, by Your Glorious Greatness.
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Taking out my eyes, I place them at Your Feet;
after travelling over the entire earth, I have come to understand this.
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If You seat me near You, then I worship and adore You.
Even if You beat me and drive me out, I will still meditate on You.
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If people praise me, the praise is Yours.
Even if they slander me, I will not leave You.
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If You are on my side, then anyone can say anything.
But if I were to forget You, then I would die.
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I am a sacrifice, a sacrifice to my Guru;
falling at His Feet, I surrender to the Saintly Guru.
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Poor Nanak has gone insane, longing for the Blessed Vision of the Lordís Darshan.
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Even in violent storms and torrential rain, I go out to catch a glimpse of my Guru.
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Even though the oceans and the salty seas are very vast, the GurSikh will cross over it to get to his Guru.
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Just as the mortal dies without water, so does the Sikh die without the Guru.
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Just as the earth looks beautiful when the rain falls, so does the Sikh blossom forth meeting the Guru.
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I long to be the servant of Your servants;
I call upon You reverently in prayer.
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Nanak offers this prayer to the Lord, that he may meet the Guru, and find peace.
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You Yourself are the Guru, and You Yourself are the chaylaa, the disciple;
through the Guru, I meditate on You.
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Those who serve You, become You.
You preserve the honor of Your servants.
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O Lord, Your devotional worship is a treasure over-flowing.
One who loves You, is blessed with it.
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That humble being alone receives it, unto whom You bestow it.
All other clever tricks are fruitless.
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Remembering, remembering, remembering my Guru in meditation, my sleeping mind is awakened.
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Poor Nanak begs for this one blessing, that he may become the slave of the slaves of the Lord.
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Even if the Guru rebukes me, He still seems very sweet to me.
And if He actually forgives me, that is the Guruís greatness.
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That which Gurmukh speaks is certified and approved.
Whatever the self-willed manmukh says is not accepted.
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Even in the cold, the frost and the snow, the GurSikh still goes out to see his Guru.
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All day and night, I gaze upon my Guru;
I install the Guruís Feet in my eyes.
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I make so many efforts for the sake of the Guru;
only that which pleases the Guru is accepted and approved.
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Night and day, I worship the Guruís Feet in adoration;
have Mercy upon me, O my Lord and Master.
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The Guru is Nanakís body and soul;
meeting the Guru, he is satisfied and satiated.
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Nanakís God is perfectly permeating and all-pervading.
Here and there and everywhere, the Lord of the Universe.
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(This HukamNama occurs on Ang: 757 of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.)


Q: Why doesn't the above HukamNama contain any spaces between words ?

A: The HukamNama is displayed in the same manner as the Gurbani appears in the Puratan Saroop of Guru Granth Sahib Ji, at Sri Darbar Sahib.   For more details, please read the article titled GURU GRANTH SAHIB - PAD-CHHED PRINTING section under Gurmat Articles.



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