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The true 'detached' person

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    This Shabad is by Guru Arjan Dev Ji in Raag Gauree on Pannaa 274

    sloku ]
    auir DwrY jo AMqir nwmu ]
    srb mY pyKY Bgvwnu ]
    inmK inmK Twkur nmskwrY ]
    nwnk Ehu Aprsu sgl insqwrY ]1]

    salok ||
    our dhhaarai jo a(n)thar naam ||
    sarab mai paekhai bhagavaan ||
    nimakh nimakh t(h)aakur namasakaarai ||
    naanak ouhu aparas sagal nisathaarai ||1||

    Salok:
    One who enshrines the Naam within the heart,
    who sees the Lord God in all,
    who, each and every moment, bows in reverence to the Lord Master
    O Nanak, such a one is the true 'detached' person, who emancipates everyone. ||1||


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