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When we eat langar or eat wherever we are, we should thank WaheGuru ji for the food..

but what is the full shabadh that we should say?

i think it starts of with..

Dhudha dhatha ek hai, sab ko dhivanhaar..

If you have the full shabadh, and the translation, pls post.

ThanQ jio.

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Waheguroo jee ka Khalsa!

Waheguroo jee kee Fateh!

Pauree:

dhadhaa dhaathaa eaek hai sabh ko dhaevanehaar ||

DADDA: The One Lord is the Great Giver; He is the Giver to all.

dhae(n)adhae thott n aavee aganath bharae bha(n)ddaar ||

There is no limit to His Giving. His countless warehouses are filled to overflowing.

dhainehaar sadh jeevanehaaraa ||

The Great Giver is alive forever.

man moorakh kio thaahi bisaaraa ||

O foolish mind, why have you forgotten Him?

dhos nehee kaahoo ko meethaa ||

No one is at fault, my friend.

maaeiaa moh ba(n)dhh prabh keethaa ||

God created the bondage of emotional attachment to Maya.

dharadh nivaarehi jaa kae aapae || naanak thae thae guramukh dhhraapae ||34||

He Himself removes the pains of the Gurmukh; O Nanak, he is fulfilled. ||34||

I don't about if this is the shabad to say before eating, but this is the one you mentioned so here you go :)

http://www.sikhitothemax.com/page.asp?ShabadID=827

Waheguroo jee ka Khalsa!

Waheguroo jee kee Fateh!

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i was taught this one (@gurmat camp hahahah those were the dayssss)

dada datta ek hai sabh ko devan haar

dendeh taut naa avei agant bhareh bhandar

jis da ditta khavnaa tis keiyeh shabaash

nanak hukam na chalei naal khasam chaleh ardaas

iko datta mangiye sabh kich paleh paeh

man dhan sass giraas prabh iko ik dhiyaeh

nanak naam chardi kalla

tereh bhaneh sarbaat da bhalla

bhul chuk maaph

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some people say this shabad before eating...

rain dhinus purubhaath thoohai hee gaavunaa

Night and day, morning and night, I sing to You, Lord.

jeea junth surubuth naao thaeraa dhiaavunaa

All beings and creatures meditate on Your Name.

thoo dhaathaa dhaathaar thaeraa dhithaa khaavunaa

You are the Giver, the Great Giver; we eat whatever You give us.

bhuguth junaa kai sung paap guvaavunaa

In the congregation of the devotees, sins are eradicated.

jun naanuk sudh balihaarai bal bal jaavunaa

Servant Nanak is forever a sacrifice, a sacrifice, a sacrifice, O Lord. ||25||

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waheguroo ji ka khalsa, waheguroo ji ki fateh.

all i say is

tu dataa dataar tera dita khavana bhagat janaa kai sang paap gavaavana ll

the important thing is to remeber the one who gives us the food (Waheguru)

waheguroo ji ka khalsa, waheguroo ji ki fateh.

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this is the one i learned at camp.... :)

daddha daata eik hai, sabh ko devanhaar.

deyndey toth na aavaee, aganat bhare bhandaar,

jisda dita khavna, tis kehiye saabas,

Nanak hukam na chalyee, naal khasam chale ardaas!

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i was taught this one (@gurmat camp hahahah those were the dayssss)

dada datta ek hai sabh ko devan haar

D is for the Dear Lord Vaheguru Who is the Sole Provider for the whole creation

dendeh taut naa avei agant bhareh bhandar

There is no limit to His giving, His countless stores are filled to overflowing

jis da ditta khavnaa tis keiyeh shabaash

From Whom we receive our nourishment let us all celebrate Him

nanak hukam na chalei naal khasam chaleh ardaas

O Nanak no one can issue commands to the Dear Lord Master Vaheguru;

Let us offer prayers instead

iko datta mangiye sabh kich paleh paeh

Seek One Sole Provider. You will be blessed with everything and your wishes will be fulfilled

man dhan sass giraas prabh iko ik dhiyaeh

Meditate on the One Soul Vaheguru with mind, body, breath and morsel

nanak naam chardi kalla

O Dear Almighty God may Your Name be exalted through Guru Nanak

tereh bhaneh sarbaat da bhalla

May all prosper according to Your will

bhul chuk maaph

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i learned a different onwe at a uk camp

it went something like kaam krodh ar lobh mo visar jahe anhmev..... i think its one of the sukhmani sahib saloks before one of the astpadis (i think 3rd one)

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i was taught this one (@gurmat camp hahahah those were the dayssss)

dada datta ek hai sabh ko devan haar

D is for the Dear Lord Vaheguru Who is the Sole Provider for the whole creation

dendeh taut naa avei agant bhareh bhandar

There is no limit to His giving, His countless stores are filled to overflowing

jis da ditta khavnaa tis keiyeh shabaash

From Whom we receive our nourishment let us all celebrate Him

nanak hukam na chalei naal khasam chaleh ardaas

O Nanak no one can issue commands to the Dear Lord Master Vaheguru;

Let us offer prayers instead

iko datta mangiye sabh kich paleh paeh

Seek One Sole Provider. You will be blessed with everything and your wishes will be fulfilled

man dhan sass giraas prabh iko ik dhiyaeh

Meditate on the One Soul Vaheguru with mind, body, breath and morsel

nanak naam chardi kalla

O Dear Almighty God may Your Name be exalted through Guru Nanak

tereh bhaneh sarbaat da bhalla

May all prosper according to Your will

bhul chuk maaph

pray.gif

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YAYYY DATS DA ONEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!! :)

And at Pleck Road Gurdwara camp, whilst handin out the langar, the sangat used to simran... like.. Satnaaaaaaaam Vahegurooo, satnaaaam Vahegurooo, then boys would do it, then girls would do it, and the organisers would say come on boys LOUDER, and the Girl organiserd wud be like COME ON GIRLS LOUDER!!!

lol :)

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how about...

"thank you waheguru ji 4 the food you have provided us and may u keep us in chardi kalla and feed every soul in the planet with naam and every stomach with food"

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