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Those Who Forget The Naam

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This Shabad is by Guru Amar Daas Ji in Raag Bilaaval on Pannaa 854

slok mÚ 3 ]
ijn@I nwmu ivswirAw kUVy khx khMin@ ]
pMc cor iqnw Gru muhin@ haumY AMdir sMin@ ]
swkq muTy durmqI hir rsu n jwxMin@ ]
ijn@I AMimRqu Brim lutwieAw ibKu isau rcih rcMin@ ]
dustw syqI iprhVI jn isau vwdu krMin@ ]
nwnk swkq nrk mih jim bDy duK shMin@ ]
pieAY ikriq kmwvdy ijv rwKih iqvY rhMin@ ]1]

salok ma 3 ||
jinhee naam visaariaa koorrae kehan keha(n)nih ||
pa(n)ch chor thinaa ghar muhanih houmai a(n)dhar sa(n)nih ||
saakath mut(h)ae dhuramathee har ras n jaana(n)nih ||
jinhee a(n)mrith bharam luttaaeiaa bikh sio rachehi racha(n)nih ||
dhusattaa saethee pireharree jan sio vaadh kara(n)nih ||
naanak saakath narak mehi jam badhhae dhukh seha(n)nih ||
paeiai kirath kamaavadhae jiv raakhehi thivai reha(n)nih ||1||

Shalok, Third Mehl:
Those who forget the Naam, the Name of the Lord, are said to be false.
The five thieves plunder their homes, and egotism breaks in.
The faithless cynics are defrauded by their own evil-mindedness; they do not know the sublime essence of the Lord.
Those who lose the Ambrosial Nectar through doubt, remain engrossed and entangled in corruption.
They make friends with the wicked, and argue with the humble servants of the Lord.
O Nanak, the faithless cynics are bound and gagged by the Messenger of Death, and suffer agony in hell.
They act according to the karma of the actions they committed before; as the Lord keeps them, so do they live. ||1||


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The salok is by Sheik Farid ji. Translation by Dr. Sant Singh Khalsa. It appears on Ang 794 of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

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