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

Sabad Recitation

Monday
,
16
January
2017

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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