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Gurbani The Unlimited Treasure

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    gauVI guAwryrI mhlw 5 ]
    hm DnvMq BwgT sc nwie ]
    hir gux gwvh shij suBwie ]1] rhwau ]
    pIaU dwdy kw Koil ifTw Kjwnw ]
    qw myrY min BieAw inDwnw ]1]
    rqn lwl jw kw kCU n molu ] Bry BMfwr AKUt Aqol ]2]
    Kwvih Krcih ril imil BweI ]
    qoit n AwvY vDdo jweI ]3]
    khu nwnk ijsu msqik lyKu ilKwie ]
    su eyqu KjwnY lieAw rlwie ]4]31]100]



    Gauree Gwaarayree, Fifth Mehl:
    I am prosperous and fortunate, for I have received the True Name.
    I sing the Glorious Praises of the Lord, with natural, intuitive ease. ||1||Pause||
    When I opened it up and gazed upon the treasures of my father and grandfather,
    then my mind became very happy. ||1||
    The storehouse is inexhaustible and immeasurable, overflowing with priceless jewels and rubies. ||2||
    The Siblings of Destiny meet together, and eat and spend,
    but these resources do not diminish; they continue to increase. ||3||
    Says Nanak, one who has such destiny written on his forehead,
    becomes a partner in these treasures. ||4||31||100||

     
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