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This Shabad is by Bhai Gurdaas Ji in Vaars Bhai Gurdaas on Pannaa 19

dIvwlI dI rwiq dIvy bwlIAin]

dheevaalee dhee raath dheevae baaleeani||

Lamps are lighted in the night of divali festival.

qwry jwiq snwiq AMbBwlIAin]

thaarae jaath sanaath a(n)bar bhaaleeani||

Stars of different variety appear in the sky.

PulW dI bwgwiq cuix cuix cwlIAin]

fulaa(n) dhee baagaath chun chun chaaleeani||

In the gardens the flowers are there which are selectively plucked.

qIriQ jwqI jwiq nYx hwlIAin]

theerathh jaathee jaath nain nihaaleeani||

The pilgrims going to pilgrimage centres are also seen.

hir cMdaurI Jwiq vswie aucwlIAin]

har cha(n)dhouree jhaath vasaae ouchaaleeani||

The imaginary habitats have been seen coming into being and vanishing.

gurmuiK suK Pl dwiq sbid smHwlIAin ]6]

guramukh sukh fal dhaath sabadh samhaaleean ||6||

All these are momentary, but the Gurmukhs with the help of the Word nourish the gift of the pleasure fruit.(6)

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Thank you for sharing this shabad, diwali has nothing to do with Sikhs in that we celebrate it. Bhai Gurdas ji mentions people do these things but Gurmukhs are engrossed in Shabad. It is appropriate to do this shabad on diwali to remind people the Guru's Shabad is what a Sikh is engrossed in, not temporary things. (correct me if i'm wrong please)

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gurmuiK suK Pl dwiq sbid smHwlIAin ]6] guramukh sukh fal dhaath sabadh samhaaleean ||6||

All these are momentary, but the Gurmukhs with the help of the Word nourish the gift of the pleasure fruit.(6)

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Just because Diwali is mentioned doesn't mean Sikhs believe in it.. Lol. And it's in Bhai gurdas jis vaaran not SGGS.

Just cause bani mentions Vishnu, shiva, does it mean we believe in them? Maybe if you a nang actually.

But take the Shabad in the context it is written.. Bhai sahib is highliting rituals which were apparent in those times and as already said the gurmukhs are happy spending time reciting the true naam, which the essence of the Shabad, and not the lightning of candles etc

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