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Aasaa di Vaar to Fourth Pauri: Bẖai vicẖ pavaṇ vahai / ਭੈ ਵਿਚਿ ਪਵਣੁ ਵਹੈ

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  1. Ambarsaria

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    This is the fourth post in a series for us to review and share each of our own understanding of the gurbani of Aasaa di Vaar in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

    ESSENCE: Guru Nanak Dev ji describe a pervading dread of possible awe in much of activities in creation. Be these the wind, rivers, earth, sun, moon, the wise and mighty. Only one beyond such state is the creator as of in tune with total wisdom.

    Guru Nanak Dev ji then further describe all those perishable beyond one creator be it the Hindu deities, the kings, the wealthy and so on. The ways and approaches are futile. Being fortunate such guidance from the creator is the only way.

    In pauri the state of cohesion and immersion into one creator and creation is elicited. None as benevolent as the creator that so enables us to learn the complete truths and wisdom.

    I stand corrected and all errors are mine.

    Any thoughts and what you think.

    Sat Sri Akal.

    For a musical rendition of this collection you may wish to listen along starting around from 11 minutes 32 seconds to 14 minutes 42 seconds,

    Asa Di Vaar Shiromani Ragi Bhai Balbir Singh Ji - Rare Recording 1991 - YouTube
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