Monday, July 9, 2012

Shabad by Bhagat Ravi Daas Ji in Raag Soohee on Pannaa 793 in Sri Guru Granth Sahib

rwgu sUhI bwxI sRI rivdws jIau kI
<> siqgur pRswid ]
sh kI swr suhwgin jwnY ]
qij AiBmwnu suK rlIAw mwnY ]
qnu mnu dyie n AMqru rwKY ]
Avrw dyiK n sunY ABwKY ]1]
so kq jwnY pIr prweI ]
jw kY AMqir drdu n pweI ]1] rhwau ]
duKI duhwgin duie pK hInI ]
ijin nwh inrMqir Bgiq n kInI ]
pur slwq kw pMQu duhylw ]
sMig n swQI gvnu iekylw ]2]
duKIAw drdvMdu dir AwieAw ]
bhuqu ipAws jbwbu n pwieAw ]
kih rivdws srin pRB qyrI ]
ijau jwnhu iqau kru giq myrI ]3]1]

Raag Soohee, The Word Of Sree Ravi Daas Jee:
One Universal Creator God. By The Grace Of The True Guru:
The happy soul-bride knows the worth of her Husband Lord.
Renouncing pride, she enjoys peace and pleasure.
She surrenders her body and mind to Him, and does not remain separate from Him.
She does not see or hear, or speak to another. ||1||
How can anyone know the pain of another,
if there is no compassion and sympathy within? ||1||Pause||
The discarded bride is miserable, and loses both worlds;
she does not worship her Husband Lord.
The bridge over the fire of hell is difficult and treacherous.
No one will accompany you there; you will have to go all alone. ||2||
Suffering in pain, I have come to Your Door, O Compassionate Lord.
I am so thirsty for You, but You do not answer me.
Says Ravi Daas, I seek Your Sanctuary, God;
as You know me, so will You save me. ||3||1||

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