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Bhai Avtar Singh in Tohi Mohi Mohi Tohi Antar Kaisa | Guru Granth Sahib 93

Sabad Recitation


This composition by Bhagat Ravidas is in Rag Siri, an ancient musical mode sung at dusk. Its mood is majestic, reflective, and meditative.

You and I, I and You; what’s the difference?
Like gold and its bracelet; like water and its wave. 1.

If we did not transgress, O Infinite!
How would Nam be the Redeemer? 1. Reflect.

You the Commander, are the Knower.
Divine and votary recognize each other. 2.

I seek this wisdom—let the body remember;Can someone teach Ravidas, ‘The One’ pervades everyone equally? 3.
     Bhagat Ravidas ji in Siri Rag | Guru Granth Sahib 93

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