From Rang De Basanti……… a very moving experience for me everytime I hear it.
Ik Oankar (God is only One)
Sat Naam (His name is True)
Kartaa Purakh (He is the Creator)
Nirbhao (He is without fear)
Nirvair (He is inimical to none)
Akaal Moorat (He never dies)
Ajoonee (He is beyond births and deaths)
Saibhang (He is self illuminated)
Gur prasaad (He is realized by the kindness of the True Guru)
Jap (Repeat His Name)
Aad sachch jugaad sachch (He was True in the beginning. He was True when the ages commenced and has ever been True)
Hai bhee sachch naanak hosee bhi sachch (He is also True now. Nanak says that he will certainly be True in the future)
Sochai soch na hovae-ee sochee lakkh var (Mortals cannot comprehend God by pondering over Him for thousands of times)
Chuppai chupp na hovae-ee, jae laa-e rahaa liv taar (Mortals may remain silent and absorbed in the meditation of God and His love, yet peace of mind will not be achieved)
Bhukkhe-aa bhukkh na utree, jay bannhaa puree-aa bhaar (Yearning of hungry mortals will never end by keeping fasts, or by collecting loads of worldly riches)
Saihas si-aanpaa lakkh hohe ta ik na chalai naal (Mortal may possess thousands of clever thoughts or the biggest wisdom, yet not even one wise thought will accompany him to the next world)
Kiv sache-aaraa ho-ee-ai, kiv koorai tutte paal (How can the mortal become True? How can the barrier of falsehood be smashed?)
Hukum rajaa-ee chalnaa, naanak likheaa naal (Nanak replies that this can be achieved by obeying the pre-ordained Command and Will of God recorded for Man)
Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh
* "The Khalsa [pure one] belongs to Waheguru". "Victory belongs to Waheguru"
* ….has a two fold meaning. It denotes a special relationship between God and those who dedicate their lives to His love and service. Also it is the expression of a devotee’s faith in the ultimate triumph of Truth over Falsehood. This Sikh salutation means “Khalsa belongs to God and to God alone belongs the Victory”.
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