Mera Maat Pita Har Raeiaa

Discussion in 'Sikh Sikhi Sikhism' started by singhbj, Jan 31, 2009.


  1. singhbj

    SPNer

    Joined:
    Nov 4, 2007
    Messages:
    444
    Likes Received:
    100
    Waheguru ji ka khalsa
    Waheguru ji ki fateh

    Guru Har Rai Sahib ji de aagaman purab di beant vadhai hoveh ji.

    soriT mhlw 5 ]
    sorat(h) mehalaa 5 ||
    Sorat'h, Fifth Mehla:

    soeI krwie jo quDu BwvY ]
    soee karaae jo thudhh bhaavai ||
    You make me do what pleases You.

    moih isAwxp kCU n AwvY ]
    mohi siaanap kashhoo n aavai ||
    I have no cleverness at all.

    hm bwirk qau srxweI ]
    ham baarik tho saranaaee ||
    I am just a child - I seek Your Protection.

    pRiB Awpy pYj rKweI ]1]
    prabh aapae paij rakhaaee ||1||
    God Himself preserves my honor. ||1||

    myrw mwq ipqw hir rwieAw ]
    maeraa maath pithaa har raaeiaa ||
    The Lord is my King; He is my mother and father.

    kir ikrpw pRiqpwlx lwgw krNØI qyrw krwieAw ] rhwau ]
    kar kirapaa prathipaalan laagaa kara(n)aee thaeraa karaaeiaa || rehaao ||
    In Your Mercy, You cherish me; I do whatever You make me do. ||Pause||

    jIA jMq qyry Dwry ]
    jeea ja(n)th thaerae dhhaarae ||
    The beings and creatures are Your creation.

    pRB forI hwiQ qumwry ]
    prabh ddoree haathh thumaarae ||
    O God, their reins are in Your hands.

    ij krwvY so krxw ]
    j karaavai so karanaa ||
    Whatever You cause us to do, we do.

    nwnk dws qyrI srxw ]2]7]71]
    naanak dhaas thaeree saranaa ||2||7||71||
    Nanak, Your slave, seeks Your Protection. ||2||7||71||

    Source: SikhiToTheMAX - Enabling Gurmat Knowledge


    Please check out Main Page - SikhiWiki, free Sikh encyclopedia.

    Waheguru ji ka khalsa
    Waheguru ji ki fateh
     
    kiram likes this.
  2. singhbj

    SPNer

    Joined:
    Nov 4, 2007
    Messages:
    444
    Likes Received:
    100
    Recitation of Gurbani

    One day the Sikhs asked the Guru whether those who read the Gurus' hymns without understanding them derived any spiritual advantage from it. The Guru gave no reply at the time, and next morning went hunting. En route, the Guru came across a broken pot which had held butter. The rays of the sun were melting the butter on the broken pot fragments. The Guru took one of these fragments in his hand and said, "Look my Sikhs, broken pot shards - when they are heated, the butter that adhered to them readily melts. As the grease adheres to the potshards, so to do the Gurus' hymns to the hearts of his Sikhs. At the hour of death the Gurus' instruction shall assuredly bear fruit. Whether understood or not, it has within it the seed of salvation. Perfume still clings to a broken vase." The meaning of the parable is that whoseoever daily reads the Gurus shabads shall assuredly obtain peace. And even though he may not fully understand them, God will undoubtedly assist him.

    Guru Ram Das has said: "The Word is the Guru, and the Guru in the Word, and in the Word is the essence of ambrosia."

    Source: Guru Har Rai - SikhiWiki, free Sikh encyclopedia.
     
    kiram likes this.
Loading...

Share This Page