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as well as shabads like "Mero Nao Guru Gobind Singh Sodhi Rai"

Pyare gursikh khalsa veerji, ki main nacheez ik gal puch sakan di himakat kar sakda haan? Je tuhanu bura na lage te mere shabd kaure naa lagan te kirpa karke tusi mere te meher karke, meri mand buddi vich is gal da matlab paoge ke guru sahib ne eh ki bhana vartaya si.

jai cheej nahi patta ohnu puchan da ek tarika hunda ... ke nahi ???


very good !!! :)

eh bhana sirf guru sahib ne nahi bhai gurdas ne we kayi thavan apni vaaranch vartaya !!! guru granth sahibch we ah bhana kayi thava varteya hoyea !!!

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I know about bhai gurdaas vaaran where he states "baitha sodhi patshah" or in DG where guru sahib narrates sodhis and bedis tradition. Correct me if i am wrong as my knowledge is not anywhere near the high level of sants and bharamgyanis. But i want to know about this specific shabd. Please narrate the whole shabd and where it appears, till then it is giving me creeps.

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ਭੇੜੋਂ ਕੋ ਮੈਂ ਸ਼ੇਰ ਬਨਾਊਂ, ਰਾਜਨ ਕੇ ਸੰਗ ਰੰਕ ਲੜਾਊਂ

Bhairon Ko Mai Shair Banaoun, Raajan Kay Sung Runk Laraoun

I will turn Jackals into Lions, I will make the servants fight the Kings

ਭੂਪ ਗਰੀਬਨ ਕੋ ਕਹਲਾਊਂ, ਚਿੜੀਉਂ ਸੇ ਮੈਂ ਬਾਜ ਤੜਾਊਂ

Bhoop Gareeban Ko Kehlaoun, Chirrion Say Mai Baaj Taraoun

I will turn poor into Rich, I will make sparrows break falcons

ਸਵਾ ਲਾਖ ਸੇ ਏਕ ਲੜਾਊਂ, ਤਬੈ ਗੋਬਿੰਦ ਸਿੰਘ ਨਾਮ ਕਹਾਊਂ॥

Savah Laakh Say Aik Laraoun, Tabai Gobind Singh Naam Kahaoun

I will make 1 fight 125000, then my name shall be Gobind Singh.

I think this is from Bhai Nand Lal's work. It is attributed to Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

In what work? (name, date written etc)

It is written in Bhai Nand Lal Ji's writings will find it for you tonight

Any update?


gurbani giving someone the creeps

sarbloh granth parr ke dekho khalsa ji

So, is this written in Sarbloh Granth?

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There is a poem by Bulleh Shah who, according to tradition, would have been about 19 when the Khalsa was born and lived till 1757. So he would have witnessed Sikhs being hunted like dogs by Moghuls and their ascension into various misls (including the Banda period inbetween.) I can't remember the dates off hand but I'm wondering if this period includes some of the invasions by Afghans, they may have come later.

Before anyone gets excited, please bear in mind that we have no fool proof way of establishing whether this writing was truly contemporary and that western history "scholars" would give this little weight as it is oral tradition. I found it fascinating nonetheless. Note the reference which seems very close to the "chirian toon baaj laroune" attributed to Guru Gobind Singh. Had this phrase become common at the time, hence Bulleh Shah's use? Rabb Janay!

"Ulte hor zamane aaye,

Hun asaan bhed sajjan de paaye. | (sajjan=beloved)

kaa(n) laggad nun maaran lagge, | (laggad=hawk)

chiriyan jurre khaaye | (chiriyan=birds;jurre=a bird of prey)

iraqiyan nun chabuk paunde, | (iraqiyan=a breed of horses)

gade khood khavaye | (gade=donkey;khood=green fodder)

aapneyan vich ulfat naahee, | (ulfat=love)

ke-he chaachche taaye | (chaachche=father's younger brother;taaye=elder)

piyo putran ittfaak naa kaahee, | (piyo=father;putran=sons)

dheeyan naal naa maaye | (dheeyan=daughters;maaye=mother)

sachcheyan nun hun milde dhakke, | (sachcheyan=truthful;dhakke=push around)

jhoothe kol bahaaye | (jhoothe=liars)

agle jaaye bankaale baithe,

pichliyan farash vichaye | (farash=floor)

(one line is missing here, somebody please complete it)

Bullah jina hukam hazooron andaa,

tina nun kaun hataaye."

"Perverse times have come,

I know the mystery of the beloved

crows have begun to hunt hawks,

and sparrows feed on falcons

horses bear the whipping,

while donkeys graze on lush green

no love is lost between relatives,

be they younger or elder uncles

There is no accord between fathers and sons,

Nor any between mothers and daughters

The truthful ones are being pushed about,

the tricksters are seated close by

The front liners have become wretched,

the back benchers sit on carpets

Those in tatters have turned into kings,

the kings have taken to begging

O Bulleh, that which is His command

who can alter His decree."

PS - I got this a long time ago from a website about Bulleh Shah. I haven't got the source.

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