DAANAV DEV PHANIND NISAACHAR BHOOT BHAVIKH BHAWAAN JAPAE-N-GE ॥
(That almighty God) who is worshiped by the demons, the gods, the ghosts, and the mighty serpents, in the past, present and future,
daanav: demons, dev: gods, phanind: huge serpants, nisaachar: ghosts, bhoot: past, bhavikh: future, bhawaan: God, japae-n-ge: repeat God’s Name or remember Him, implies revered or worshiped.
JEEV JITE JITE JAL MAE-N THAL MAE-N PAL HI PAL MAE-N SABH THAAP THAPAE-N-GE
That almighty God) who creates all the creatures on land and the waters in the spur of a moment
jeev: living beings, jite: all, jal mae-n: in waters, thal mae-n: in land, pal: moment, pal hi pal mae-n: in a moment, sab: all, thaap: create
PUN PRATAAPAN BAAD JAET DHUN PAAPAN KE BAHO PUNJ KHAPAE-N-GE
By remembering whom, the virtuous are glorified and all the sinners are destroyed.
pun: good deeds, virtues, prataapan: glories, baad jaet: increase, dhun: repeating His praises, remembering God, paapan: sins, baho: many, punj: heaps, khapae-n-ge: get destroyed.
SAADH SAMUH PARSAN PHIRAE-N JAG SATRE SABHAE AVLOK CHAPA-N-GE II 7 II
The virtuous will live happily on this earth and their enemies (sinners) will disappear upon seeing the glory of the virtuous ones.
saadh: saints, virtuous people, samuh: all, parsan: happy, phire-n: move around, jag: world, satre: enemy, sabhae: all, avlok: by seeing, chapae-n-ge: will disappear.
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ONE SPIRIT, DIFFERENT BODIES
After Guru Nanak Dev ji, none of the Gurus used their names in their writings. They always used the name “Nanak” as if everything was written by Guru Nanak Dev ji. This reinforces our belief that all our Gurus had the same spirit in different bodies. The eternal source of spiritual knowledge that was within Guru Nanak Dev ji was passed on to each Guru and they uttered Gurbani that originated from the same source.)
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
NAAL EAANE DOSTI VADAARU SEO NEHO, PAANI ANDAR LEEK JEO TISDA THAO NA THEHO (SGGS-Asa Di Waar)
[Friendship with an ignorant person and relationship with a rich person does not last long like a line drawn in water (intellectual and material compatibility is important for a lasting friendship) ]