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Audio Request - Aoukhee Gharee Na Dekhan Deahee

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A short clip was shown on the Sikh Channel advertising the Keertan and Funeral of Bhenji Jasmeet Kaur who joined Satguroo Jee Forever not so long ago.

The clip had a track with this Shabad:

AauKI GVI n dyKx dyeI Apnw ibrdu smwly ]

aoukhee gharree n dhaekhan dhaeee apanaa biradh samaalae ||

He does not let His devotees see the difficult times; this is His innate nature.


If anyone remembers, is this on the net anywhere to download?


Guroo Raakhaa!


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