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Re: Quotations from Adi Granth~~~ ~~~
« Reply #30 on: December 14, 2011, 11:30:19 PM »
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    Quotations from Adi Granth :

    Yoga

    1. Thy earrings: Contentment, Humility thy bowl, thy wallet, 'Intent on God' -- the Ashes thou smear, 'And thought of Death,' the Coat thou wear. Chastity thy Way and Faith, thy Staff. And, if thou seekest the Ayee's path, The One in each and all thou hast to see, And conquer the self in thee. The world then would thine be.
    (Guru Nanak, Jap)

    2. If only the Lord Abides within thee, And thou keepest all else without, Thou practisest Yoga in the midst of thy kinggly state. (Asa M. 5)

    3. Yoga is neither int he patched coat, nor in the Yogi's staff, nor in smearing oneself with ashes, Nor in wearing the ear-rings, nor close cropping the head, nor in blowing the horn; Only if one remains Detached in the midst of attachments, one attains to the (True) state of Yoga. One becomes not a Yogi by mere talk. If one looks upon on the creation alike, he is acclaimed as a true Yogi. Yoga is not in abiding at the tombs or the cramatoriums, nor in entering into a pseudo-trance.

    Yoga consists not in roaming the world, nor in bathing at the pilgrim-stations. Only if one remains Detached in the midst of attachments, one attains to the (True) state of Yoga.

    If one meets with the Perfect Guru, one's Doubt is dispelled, and cease the outgoings of one's mind;And then oozes (Nectar) out of the (mind's) Spring, and one is Attuned to the Music of Bliss, and one Sees one's Lord in one's very home. Yea, if one remains Detached in the midst of attachments, one attains to the (True) state of Yoga.

    Says Nanak: "Die thou to thy self while yet alive; practise thou such a Yoga: That without being blown, the Horn rings (within thee) and thou Attainest to the state of Fearlessness.
    For, if one remains Detached in the midst of attachment, then alone one attains to the (True) state of Yoga.

    4. Some there are, the ascetics, wrapt in their trance, Who are renowned as Yogis, Pundits and men of Wisdom. But whether they abide in homes or the crematoria or the forests, Maya clings to their skirts. (Maru M. 5)


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    Re: Quotations from Adi Granth~~~ ~~~
    « Reply #31 on: December 19, 2011, 12:54:52 AM »
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    Quotations from Adi Granth:

    Purpose of Life

    1. Pray, this is the only opportunity, Seize it thou by forelock,
    Meditate on the Lord, And see Him thou within,
    Sayeth Kabir: I have proclaimed the truth by beat of drum;
    It is now up to thee to win or lose the battle of life.(Kabirji, Bhairo Rag)

    2. Meet you the Lord of the universe, For now is the time,
    After several births you have attained the human body,
    Lose not this chance.(Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    3. Cursed be eating, cursed be sleep,
    Cursed be the wearing of clothes,
    Cursed be the body and cursed be the family,
    If one attaineth not God in this birth;
    For, if once this rare chance is lost,
    The very purpose of life is wasted.(Guru V, Bilawal Rag)

    4. Having gained a body this time,
    A rare opportunity to meet the Lord.

    This is your opportunity to meet the Lord.
    Your other pursuits will be of no avail at the end.
    Seek the company of holy men,
    And learn to meditate on God.
    Set your mind on crossing the sea of life;
    Life is being wasted away,
    In pursuits of sensual pleasures.(Guru V, Asa Rag)

    5. O man, you have come to earn profit, But how vainly are you engaged!
    While the night of life is passing away.(Guru V, Ads Rag)

    6. Having wandered through eighty-four lacs of species,
    Have obtained this precious human life,
    Nanak, remember the Lord's Name,
    For, the days are numbered.(Guru V, SriRag)

    7. Thou comest into this life to dwell upon the One alone,
    But, being born, thou wert enticed away by Maya.(Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    8. Go, call on the Guru For, the life wears off each day, each night:
    And fulfil thy destiny.(Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    9. The man was a guest For a brief sojourn on this earth to fulfil his purpose;
    But he was lost in Maya and lust, And realized not his main object.(Guru V, Sri Rag)

    10. Thy first part of the night of life, Passeth in fruitless pursuits, The second part in deep sleep; In the third part thou wastest thyself away,And in the fourth part, the day of death comes; Thou rememberest not the One who gave thee body and life.(Guru V, Sri Rag)


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    Re: Quotations from Adi Granth~~~ ~~~
    « Reply #32 on: December 22, 2011, 11:36:45 PM »
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    Quotations from Adi Granth:

    Stealing

    1. He, who restores a thing to its rightful owner,
    And obeys God's command willingly,
    Shall be blessed with four times the reward.
    Guru V, Gauri Rag

    2. Nobody can take responsibility for a thief;
    How can any action of a thief be good?
    Guru I, Dhanasri Rag

    3. If I have committed theft and gained something,
    I have gained dishonour in this world and the next;

    4. My life has gone waste.
    Guru I, Gauri Rag

    5. Nanak, what rightly belongs to others is forbidden,

    6. As beef to a Hindu and pork to a Muslim
    Guru I, Majh Rag

    7. God is not pleased with His praise by a thief.
    Guru I, Dhanasri Rag

    8. The thief, the immoral person and the gambler,
    Are crushed in a crusher.
    Guru I, Malhar Rag

    9. The thief breaks open the houses of other people,

    10. He commits the crime in order to satisfy his greed;

    11. He masters that black art,
    Which gets him a bad name in the other world.
    Ramanandji, Sarang Rag

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    Re: Quotations from Adi Granth~~~ ~~~
    « Reply #33 on: December 29, 2011, 12:17:58 AM »
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    Quotations from Adi Granth:

    EvilDoers

    1. When the body falls, the life's play is over, How shall the evil-doers be then dealt with?
    Guru I, Sri Rag

    2. Says Nanak, I am an evil-doer, But I have thrown myself at Thy feet:Save me from evil.
    Guru IV, Asa Rag

    3. Call them the evil spirits, Who are engrossed in Maya, lust, anger and pride,
    (Guru III, Gauri Rag)

    4. Nanak, they are ghosts, Who are devoid of his love and service,And have forgotten the Lord.
    (Guru V, JaitsriI Rag)

    5. Call him an evil spirit who does evil actions, And knows not the Master.
    (Guru I, Majh Rag)

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    Re: Quotations from Adi Granth~~~ ~~~
    « Reply #34 on: January 03, 2012, 12:27:41 AM »
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    Quotations from Adi Granth:

    Equality

    1. The rich and the poor are all brethren,
    This the Lord has ordained and none can gainsay it;
    Says Kabir, poor is he in whose heart
    There is not the NamE of the Lord.
    (KABIRJI, BHAIRO RAG)

    2. Nanak, none is high and none is low.
    (Guru I, JAPJI)

    3. Only fools and idiots,
    Try to supress others.
    (Guru I, BASANT RAG)


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    Re: Quotations from Adi Granth~~~ ~~~
    « Reply #35 on: January 08, 2012, 11:52:06 PM »
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    Quotations from Adi Granth :

    Transience and Mortality

    1. The earth asks the sky:
    How many preachers have passed away?
    Many are passing their unhappy days in graves;
    And many are repenting for their deeds.
    (Faridji, Asa Rag)

    2. Dear man, all that you see in this world,
    You shall have to leave one day.
    (Guru V, Sorath Rag)

    3. Behold with your own eyes,
    The world is passing:
    Maya is purely transitory.
    (Guru V, BIHAGARA RAG)

    4. You may verify for yourseld,
    Whatsoever you behold will not go with you.
    (Guru III, Sri Rag)

    5. All this universe
    Is temporary and transitiory.
    (Guru III, Gauri Rag)

    6. Nanak, I have seen with my own eyes;
    This world is all a mansion wrought of smoke.
    (Guru I, Majh Rag)

    7. When the life is extinguished, And the soul has flown away,
    Nobody likes to keep the corpse even in the courtyard.
    (Bainji, Sri Rag)

    8. The body that you anoint with scented oils,
    Will be reduced to ashes one day.
    (Kabirji, Gauri Rag)

    9. What should I beg of Thee, when everything is transient,
    And all that I see is passing?
    ( Kabirji, Asa Rag)

    10. Do not attach heart to this world, It is all transient.
    (Guru I, Sri Rag)

    11. O shrewd businessman,Do only profitable business,
    Deal only in that commodity which shall accom- pany you after death.
    (Guru I, Sri Rag)

    12. Everyone receives the inevitable call of death.
    (Guru I, Gauri Rag)

    13. Every day and night that passes lessens your remaining hours;
    So fulfil your mission in accordance with the Will of the Guru.
    (Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    14. Dear man, this body of yours, Verily, unto dust it shall go.
    (Guru V, Asa Rag)

    15. Teeth, feet, eyes and ears are now impaired;
    The whole of the body groans: Alas, all my companions have passed away.
    (Faridji, Shlokas)

    16. This body is a mere garb of mendacity.
    (Guru I, Japji)

    17. Woe to him who says: This is my permanent abode.
    (Kabirji, Gauri Rag)

    18. Dear man! This universe is transient.
    (Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    19. The king, the rich and the poor,

    No one will remain for ever in this world.
    (Guru I, Ramkali Rag)

    20. The fool attaches himself to this dream-like world,
    His whole life is passed in pursuit of worldly things.
    (Guru V, Jaitsri Rag)

    21. Neight has passed while sleeping, And day has been spent in eating.
    The jewel of life has been bartered awayfor a trite.
    (Guru I, Gauri Rag)

    22. If a breath comes we are living; Absorbed in Maya we do not know the duration of our existence.
    (Guru I, Dhanasri Rag)

    23. The mother thinks that her son is growing up in years,
    But she does not know: Everyday that passes lessens his term of life.
    (Kabirji, Sri Rag)

    24. The day rises and vanishes into the night,
    And the night also passeth,
    The age thus wears off;
    But the man knoweth not
    That the mouse of Time is tearing at the string of life.
    Like a herdsman thou hast come to the pasture- land,
    In vain thou seekest to stay long,
    For, when thy time is over, thou hast to go;
    Collect then thy goods, O dear man,
    (Guru V, Sri Rag)

    25. A man is born, he grows and then he dies,

    Yea, before our very eyes, the whole world is being dissolved;
    Are not you ashamed of saying: this house is mine,
    When nothing goeth along with thee;
    Howsoever learned a person be,
    None remaineth when his days are over.
    (Guru I, Sri Rag)

    26. Have no attachment for that, Which is but a passing show.
    (Guru I, Sri Rag)

    27. Says Nanak: when thou hast to go the way of death,
    Why hast thou gathered these goods?
    (Guru I, Sri Rag)

    28. Nanak, I have searched and found: This world is but a castle of smoke.
    (Guru I, Shlokas)

    29. Like the night-guest, thou shalt depart in the marn,
    Why art thou then enamoured of thy household?

    This pleasure-garden will not stay for ever.
    (Guru V, Sri Rag)

    30. The Juggler has demonstrated a trick, This world is a play;
    Every moment one sees the play Passing away without delay.
    (Guru I, Asa Rag)

    31. Life is the bride and death the bridegroom, Who will take her away in marriage.
    (Faridji Shlokas)

    32. As the dream of the night, So is this world.
    (Guru V, Bilawal Rag)

    33. Says Faird:
    On the bank of a river sits a crane sporting,
    Thus playing, hawk has unaware fallen on the crane.
    (Faridji, Shlokas)

    34. How long a tree can remain firm on a river-bank,
    Saya Farid: how long can water be kept in a mud-vessel?
    (Faridji, Shlokas)

    35. O self-willed man, bereft of Lord's Nam,
    Be not enticed away by the safflower colour,
    Its colour will last but a few days,
    Little is its worth.
    Through attachment to duality,
    The foolish and blind persons rot to death,
    They are as worms in the filth,
    And perish over and over again.
    (Guru II, Sri Rag)

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    Re: Quotations from Adi Granth~~~ ~~~
    « Reply #36 on: January 15, 2012, 11:53:50 PM »
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    Quotations from Adi Granth :

    Backbiting

    1. O ye, people of the world, why do you backbite? The backbiter is always exposed.
    Ravidasji, Gauri Rag

    2. The corrupt man has no protection, The backbiter has no honour,
    Guru I, Gujri Rag

    3. The slanderer carries the great burden of sins, Without payment he carries loads.
    Guru III, Majh Rag

    4. Do not slander anyone, And thereby pick up a quarrel.
    Guru I, Vadhans Rag

    5. He, who slanders is known as such, His actions will go in vain.
    Guru IV, Gauri Rag

    6. He, who backbites loses his own credit; The slanderer only exposes himself.
    Guru IV, Bilawal Rag

    7. He, who backbites us, Rids us of our sins.
    Kabirji, Gauri Rag

    8. He, who slanders others, Cannot face anybody without shame.
    Guru IV, Gauri Rag

    9. Day and night we talk ill of others, We are full of malice and sins.
    Guru I, Sri Rag

    10. All hail to the great God, Who listens not to the backbiter.
    Guru IV, Sri Rag

    11. The slanderer is cured not of his affiction, Try as well as we may.
    Guru V, Gauri Rag

    12. He, who talks sweetly in one's presence, And talks ill at one's back,
    Is evil of heart and has been separated from God.
    Guru IV, Gauri Rag

    13. Do not talk ill of others and be not jealous; Though educated thou hast no peace of mind.
    Guru I, Maru Rag

    14. The slanderer cries in the wilderness, He forgets the Lord and thus gets the fruit of his deeds.
    Guru V, Asa Rag

    15. The slanderer removes the dirt of others, He, the slave of mammon, eats that dirt.
    Guru IV, Gujri Rag


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    Re: Quotations from Adi Granth~~~ ~~~
    « Reply #37 on: January 26, 2012, 11:40:08 PM »
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    Quotations from Adi Granth :

    Dishonesty

    1. Why withold what is due to others,
    Get peace by giving them their due.
    Guru III, Sarang Rag

    2. Those who keep false books,
    And earn wealth by dishonest means;
    And those who love falsehood,
    Shall be burnt in the fire of hell.
    Guru III, Majh Rag

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    « Reply #38 on: February 03, 2012, 01:16:54 AM »
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    Quotations from Adi Granth :

    Mercy

    1. It is the bull of righteousness born of mercy and contentment,
    That is upholding the whole universe.
    GURU I, JAPJI

    2. Do not be cruel to any creature, Thus you will find your place with honour.
    GURU V, GAURI RAG

    3. Have contentment of mind. And be merciful to all creatures.
    GURU V, GAURI RAG

    4. Recognize your Master, And have sympathy for others.
    KABIRJI, ASA RAG

    5. The religious merit of visiting sixty-eight holy places,
    Is not equal to the approved merit of mercy towards creatures.
    GURU V, MAJH RAG

    6. One should practice Truth, Contentment and mercy, This is the real task.
    GURU V, SRI RAG

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    « Reply #39 on: February 16, 2012, 12:39:33 AM »
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    Quotations from Adi Granth :

    Talk

    1. Sweet talk gives pleasure to everyone.
    (Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    2. Nanak, sweetness and humility Are the essence of all virtues.
    (Guru I, Asa Rg)

    3. Blessed be that talk Which brings honour.
    (Guru I, Sri Rag)

    4. Nanak, call him a foolWho talks in vain.
    (Guru I, Majh Rag)

    5. The fool does not know the self, He annoys others with insipid words.
    (Guru III, Bihagara Rag)

    6. Wherever we go, We should talk gently.
    (Guru I, Vadhans Rag)

    7. All are pleased with gentle words.
    (Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    8. Hear, O foolish mind, One who speaks insipid things, Comes to grief.
    (Guru I, Sri Rag)

    9. Too much talking is in vain.
    (Guru I, DhansriI Rag)

    10. To talk evil, Is to waste breath.
    (Guru I, ParbhatiRag)

    11. He who speaks sweetly, And is humble in his ways,
    Enjoyeth the company of the Spouse.
    (Guru III, SriRag)

    12. Friend, speak such words which bring us honour;

    13. To be sour-tongued is to destroy oneself.
    (Guru I, Sri Rag)

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    Quotations from Adi Granth :

    Respect of Parents

    Son, why do you quarrel with your father,
    Due to him you have grown to this age?
    It is a sin to argue with him.
    GURU IV, SARANG RAG


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    Quotations from Adi Granth :

    Love of Mankind

    1. The body is dead without true love.
    (Guru III, Ramkali Rag)

    2. A life devoid of love is a flower blooming in the wilderness,
    With nobody to enjoy its fragrance.
    (Kabirji, Gauri Rag)

    3. Due to false love and ego in my heart, I am caught in a whirlpool.
    (Guru V, Bihagara Rag)

    4. One in whose heart there is love, He attains salvation.
    (Guru III, Majh Rag)

    5. There is all outward love in this world, Every person thinks of his own gain,
    Though he be your kith or kin.
    (Guru IX, DEVGANDHARI Rag)


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    Quotations from Adi Granth :

    Fatherhood of God

    1. We are the sons of the same Father; Tho art my great Lord!
    (Guru V, Sorath Rag)

    2. The four castes which people name,
    Have all proceeded from One vital source;
    All human beings are built of one and the same
    clay; The great Architect moulds it in different shapes.
    (Guru III, Vadhans Rag)

    3. All humans beings have one Light,
    It is discerned through the service of the true Guru.
    (Guru III, Majh Rag)


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    Quotations from Adi Granth :

    Doings

    1. As you sow, so you shall reap; This body is the result of your actions.
    (Guru V, Jaitsri Rag)

    2. All your actions without remembering him, Are as futile as decorations on a corpse.
    (Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    3. Cursed be those actions, Which are done without remembering the Lord.
    (Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    4. O foolish mind! Why do you grumble, When you are rewarded according to your own actions?
    (Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    5. If your feet are limp, It is because of your own deeds.
    (Guru I, Asa Rag)

    6. I shall reap the fruit of my labour.
    (Guru I, Asa Rag)

    7. Whatsoever you sow, you shall reap The fruit thereof.
    (Guru I, Japji)

    8. We shall all have to render, An account of our actions.
    (Guru I, Asa Rag)
    9. I have been separated from Thee due to my own actions, Why should I blame others?
    (Guru V, Majh Rag)

    10. He who sings His praises and does good actions Will merge into Him.
    (Guru III, GauriI Rag)
    11. I am slave to him, Who does good actions.
    (Guru III, Asa Rag)

    12. In the end, you will be judged According to your own actions.
    (Kabirji, Sorath Rag)

    13. Why blame other people? I have to blame my own actions; As I have acted so are the fruits.
    (Guru I, Asa Rag)

    14. On the soil of your mind Sow the seed of good actions;
    Water this field with His Nam.
    (Guru I, Sri Rag)

    15. Life devoid of good actions Is all in vain.
    (Guru I, Sri Rag)

    16. Give up bad actions And only do good ones.
    (Guru, I, Sorath Rag)

    17. He who encroaches upon another's possessions, How long will his actions remain concealed?
    (Guru V, Jaijavanthi Rag)

    18. Why delay doing good, Delay if the action is evil.
    (Guru V, Jaijavanthi Rag)

    19. I ignoramus, why do you blaspheme God, When you are to get according to your own actions?
    (Trilochanji, Dhanasri Rag)

    20. Our actions keep us far, Or draw us near Him.
    (Guru I, Japji)

    21. As are one's deeds, So doth one gather the fruits therof.
    (Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    22. In the whole wide world that I see around, Nothing can be gained without good actions.
    (Guru I, Japji)

    23. There can be no worship, Without doing good actions.
    (Guru I, Japji)

    24. Without pleasing God. All actions are worthless.
    (Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    25. Without pleasing God, All actions are worthless.
    (Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    26. All people are under One Sovereign, Who holds them responsible for their actions.
    (Guru I, Basant Rag)

    27. Divine knowledge ripeneth, By good acts.
    (Guru I, Majh Rag)

    28. Do good deeds, And get their reward.
    (Kabirji, Asa Rag)

    29. Man's actions in this world, Shall bear witness in God's Court.
    (Faridji, Shlokas)

    30. Our acts, right and wrong, At Thy Court shall come to judgement;
    Some be seated near Thy seat, Some ever kept distant;
    The toils have ended of those; That have worshipped Thee;
    O Nanak, their faces are lit with joyful radiance, And many others they set free.
    (Guru I, Japji)

    31. Nanak, should He forgive, Shall we be forgiven, Or else, dirt will go on accumulating.
    (Guru I, MAJH Rag)

    32. Your Grace is such, my Master, That all my undertakings have met with success.
    (Guru V, Asa Rag)

    33. If you sing God's glory, All your undertakings will bear fruit.
    (Guru V, Kalyan Rag)

    34. Those upon whom the Master of this universe, bestowes His Grace, Enshrine the Lord in their mind,
    And in the Court of Dharam Raj the record of their deeds is torn off: Nanak, thus I am redeemed of all my accounts.
    (Guru IV, Jaitsri Rag)

    35. The Lord hath created myriads of species, But he alone meeteth the Guru on whom is the Lord's Grace;
    His sins are washed off and he is made pure, And at the True Door, he is made Beauteous by Nam.
    (Guru III, Majh Rag)

    36. If the Lord asks for the account of actions, O who can answer? If one renders the account, it is in vain to count
    in twos and threes, So one should pray for His Grace.
    (Guru III, Majh Rag)

    37. We are saved not, If Thou judgest according to our actions, Forgive us, O Thou Forgiver of all, And lead Nanak across this ocean of life.
    (Guru V, Gauri Rag)

    38. Call me not to account, For, thus I am saved not; Without any merit am I, Save me, O Lord! Ever Forgiver art Thou, ever Beneficent, And Thou art the Support of us all; Nanak, Thy devotee followeth the way of the Saints,
    Save him Thou, o Lord, this time.
    (Guru I, Todi Rag)

    39. Countless sinners, on bowing to the Lord's feet, Became sanctified.
    (Guru I, Maru Rag)


    OM SAI RAM, SRI SAI RAM, JAI JAI SAI RAM!!
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    « Reply #44 on: July 12, 2012, 01:38:42 AM »
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    Quotations from Adi Granth :

    Music

    1. Music is an adornment of the tongue.
    Guru V, Bilawal Rag
    That music and those songs are welcome
    Through which the mind is concentrated on Him
    with ease. (Guru III, Bilawal Rag)

    2. Ye, all good people, Sing the Lord's glory.
    (Guru V, Bilawal Rag)

    3. Some sang, but their minds die not enjoy,
    They sang in vain in egotism;
    They really sing, who love the Nam,
    And contemplate on True Word.
    (Guru III, Gauri Rag)

    4. Whosoever hath belief, His singing bears fruit,
    He is honoured in the Court of the Lord.
    (Guru IV, SuhiRag)

    5. That Raga is the noblest of all, my brother!
    By which the Lord resideth in the heart.
    (Guru IV, Shlokas)


    OM SAI RAM, SRI SAI RAM, JAI JAI SAI RAM
    "नानक नाम चढदी कला, तेरे पहाणे सर्वद दा भला "

     


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