. Harmandir Sahib Hukumnama : Sun 23 July, 2017
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[July 23, 2017, Sunday 04:45 AM. IST]
sUhI mhlw 4 Gru 6
nIc jwiq hir jpiqAw auqm pdvI pwie ] pUChu ibdr dwsI suqY iksnu auqirAw Gir ijsu jwie ]1] hir kI AkQ kQw sunhu jn BweI ijqu shsw dUK BUK sB lih jwie ]1] rhwau ] rivdwsu cmwru ausiqq kry hir kIriq inmK iek gwie ] piqq jwiq auqmu BieAw cwir vrn pey pig Awie ]2] nwmdyA pRIiq lgI hir syqI loku CIpw khY bulwie ] KqRI bRwhmx ipiT dy Cofy hir nwmdyau lIAw muiK lwie ]3] ijqny Bgq hir syvkw muiK ATsiT qIrQ iqn iqlku kFwie ] jnu nwnku iqn kau Anidnu prsy jy ikpw kry hir rwie ]4]1]8]
AYqvwr, 8 swvx (sMmq 549 nwnkSwhI)
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hy BweI! nIvIN jwiq vwlw mnu`K BI prmwqmw dw nwm jpx nwl au~cw Awqmk drjw hwsl kr lYNdw hY (jy XkIn nhIN AwauNdw, qW iksy pwsoN) dwsI dy pu`qr ibdr dI g`l pu`C vyKo [ aus ibdr dy Gr ivc ikSn jI jw ky Tihry sn [1[ hy s`jxo! prmwqmw dI Ascrj is&iq-swlwh suixAw kro, ijs dI brkiq nwl hryk iksm dw sihm hryk du`K dUr ho jWdw hY, (mwieAw dI) Bu`K imt jWdI hY [1[rhwau[ hy BweI! (Bgq) rivdws (jwiq dw) cmwr (sI, auh prmwqmw dI) is&iq-swlwh krdw sI, auh hr vyly pRBU dI kIrqI gWdw rihMdw sI [ nIvIN jwiq dw rivdws mhW purK bx igAw [ cOhW vrnW dy mnu`K aus dy pYrIN Aw ky l`g pey [2[ hy BweI! (Bgq) nwmdyv dI prmwqmw nwl pRIiq bx geI [ jgq aus CINbw AwK ky s`idAw krdw sI [ prmwqmw ny KqIAW bRwhmxW ip`T dy id`qI, qy, nwmdyv m`Qy lwieAw sI [3[ hy BweI! prmwqmw dy ijqny BI Bgq hn, syvk hn, auhnW dy m`Qy auqy ATwhT qIrQ iqlk lWdy hn (swry hI qIrQ BI auhnW dw Awdr-mwx krdy hn) [ hy BweI! jy pRBU-pwiqSwh myhr kry, qW dws nwnk hr vyly auhnW (BgqW syvkW) dy crn CuMhdw rhy [4[1[8[
SOOHEE, FOURTH MEHL, SIXTH HOUSE:
When someone of low social class chants the Lords Name, he obtains the state of highest dignity. Go and ask Bidar, the son of a maid; Krishna himself stayed in his house. || 1 || Listen, O humble Siblings of Destiny, to the Unspoken Speech of the Lord; it removes all anxiety, pain and hunger. || 1 || Pause || Ravi Daas, the leather-worker, praised the Lord, and sang the Kirtan of His Praises each and every instant. Although he was of low social status, he was exalted and elevated, and people of all four castes came and bowed at his feet. || 2 || Naam Dayv loved the Lord; the people called him a fabric dyer. The Lord turned His back on the high-class Khshaatriyas and Brahmins, and showed His face to Naam Dayv. || 3 || All of the devotees and servants of the Lord have the tilak, the ceremonial mark, applied to their foreheads at the sixty-eight sacred shrines of pilgrimage. Servant Nanak shall touch their feet night and day, if the Lord, the King, grants His Grace. || 4 || 1 || 8 ||
Sunday, 8th Saawan (Samvat 549 Nanakshahi)
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