and cover your head before studying the contents Asa Dee Vaar (From SGGS Page line 17 to Asa di Var English Translation kar aasan ditho chaa-o. balihaaree gur aapnay di-uhaarhee sad vaar. A hundred times a day, I am a sacrifice to my Guru; ijin mwxs qy dyvqy kIey krq n lwgIvwr ]1] (, A wsw, m ∞. Asa di VaarAsa-di-varmeans A ballad of hope; it is one of the basic Asa di Vaar: Complete Gurmukhi text with English Transliteration and Translation.
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They too have the same taste. There is no sacred thread for the feet, and no thread for the hands; t ag na jihvaa t ag na a kh ee.
Being purified, he takes his food, and begins to read his sacred verses. Beholding them, the people laugh, and then go home. How wonderful to behold the Lord, ever-present here. Some, by the Pleasure of His Will, are lifted up out of Maya, while others are made to dwell within it. They eat the meat of the goats, killed after the Muslim prayers are read over them.
Dh ara t kaa-i-aa saa Dh kai vich d ay-ay kar t aa bee-o. You alone are the True Lord. Let there be no rudeness or discourtesy between one person and another. They do not care for anything else, except their True Husband Lord. The description of the greatness of the Great Lord cannot be described. Even though the Guru also puts a premium on discrimination-Bibek-Budhi–leaming to sort good from bad, he emphatically refutes any belief that austerities like fasting, bathing, ritual worship have spiritual merit.
O Nanak, they are totally permeated with falsehood. But he dies, and the sacred thread falls away, and the soul departs without it. Those who serve are content. O Nanak, all these things are false. Men, trees, sacred shrines of pilgrimage, banks of sacred rivers, clouds, fields.
One who sings it, is carried across. Secular knowledge or scholarship does not prevent us from sinning. Gobind Singh Mansukhani Without spiritual wisdom, they babble and argue.
> Asa di Var English Translation | from dusk to dawn
All the hours are the milk-maids, and the quarters of the day are the Krishnas. You may read and read loads of books; you may menaing and study vast multitudes of books.
The Var is an heroic ode which describes meankng brave deeds of a hero. Woman becomes his friend; through woman, the future generations come. Everyone calls himself perfect; none call themselves imperfect.
Asa di Vaar-The Sikh Prayers – Introduction – Gateway to Sikhism Foundation
How can it be removed? Abandoning the world of beauty, and beautiful clothes, one must depart. When the Lord is meanjng pleased, the nine treasures are meanihg. With filthy minds, they try to cleanse their mouths.
The thieves, adulterers, perjurers, evil-doers and sinners ik ho d aa kh aa-ay chaleh aithaa-oo t inaa bh e kaa-ee kaar. They do not place their feet in sin, but do good deeds and live righteously in Dharma.
Asa di Var
Hear, and see, O people, this wondrous thing. True is Your almighty creative power, True King. Nanak speaks the stories of the Creator Lord; whatever He is to do, He does.
Even if you remove the signs of old age, old age shall still come in the guise of death.
It should be remembered that Ego in its pure essence is self-awareness or identity mfaning when regulated is an essential, for it is the basis of one’s character or moral nature. Great is His greatness, as He gives without being asked.
By His Command, when He places Vazr hand on our foreheads, wickedness departs from within. O Nanak, those who do not think of the Guru, and who think of themselves as clever, chh utay t il boo-aa rh ji-o su nj ay an d ar kh ay t.
O Nanak, that is the most wonderful gift, which is received from the Lord, when He is totally pleased. Beholding His wonders, I am wonder-struck.
He commits thousands of robberies, thousands of acts of adultery, thousands of falsehoods and thousands of abuses. O Nanak, those whose minds are filled with the Fear meannig God, have the love of God in their minds as well.
The Rig Veda says that God is permeating and pervading everywhere. In it, Guru Nanak also warns us against the rituals and tricks of priests and monks.