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Kab Dhaekho Prabh Aapanaa Aatham Kai Ra(n)g ||

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This Shabad is by Guru Arjan Dev Ji in Raag Bilaaval on Ang 816 of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Jee

iblwvlu mhlw 5 ]

bilaaval mehalaa 5 ||

Bilaaval, Fifth Mehla:

Kojq Kojq mY iPrw Kojau bn Qwn ]

khojath khojath mai firaa khojo ban thhaan ||

Searching, searching, I wander around searching, in the woods and other places.

ACl ACyd AByd pRB AYsy Bgvwn ]1]

ashhal ashhaedh abhaedh prabh aisae bhagavaan ||1||

He is undeceivable, imperishable, inscrutable; such is my Lord God. ||1||

kb dyKau pRBu Awpnw Awqm kY rMig ]

kab dhaekho prabh aapanaa aatham kai ra(n)g ||

When shall I behold my God, and delight my soul?

jwgn qy supnw Blw bsIAY pRB sMig ]1] rhwau ]

jaagan thae supanaa bhalaa baseeai prabh sa(n)g ||1|| rehaao ||

Even better than being awake, is the dream in which I dwell with God. ||1||Pause||

brn AwsRm swsqR sunau drsn kI ipAws ]

baran aasram saasathr suno dharasan kee piaas ||

Listening to the Shaastras teaching about the four social classes and the four stages of life, I grow thirsty for the Blessed Vision of the Lord.

rUpu n ryK n pMc qq Twkur Aibnws ]2]

roop n raekh n pa(n)ch thath t(h)aakur abinaas ||2||

He has no form or outline, and He is not made of the five elements; our Lord and Master is imperishable. ||2||

Ehu srUpu sMqn khih ivrly jogIsur ]

ouhu saroop sa(n)than kehehi viralae jogeesur ||

How rare are those Saints and great Yogis, who describe the beautiful form of the Lord.

kir ikrpw jw kau imly Din Din qy eIsur ]3]

kar kirapaa jaa ko milae dhhan dhhan thae eesur ||3||

Blessed, blessed are they, whom the Lord meets in His Mercy. ||3||

so AMqir so bwhry ibnsy qh Brmw ]

so a(n)thar so baaharae binasae theh bharamaa ||

They know that He is deep within, and outside as well; their doubts are dispelled.

nwnk iqsu pRBu ByitAw jw ky pUrn krmw ]4]31]61]

naanak this prabh bhaettiaa jaa kae pooran karamaa ||4||31||61||

O Nanak, God meets those, whose karma is perfect. ||4||31||61||


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