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Guru Amardas Sahib in Rag Basant | GGS 1176 | Artist: Sikh Women Musicians Singing Gurbani

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Spring arrives, flora blooms. Consciousness connects with All-Pervasive, this fauna blooms. 1. In this way, this mind becomes green: Uttering All-Pervasive, All-Pervasive’s Nam1 day and night, Becomes Guru-oriented, washes and removes ego. 1. Reflect. Listens to Eternal-Guru’s Teaching and Sabad,2 Loves Eternal-Guru, this world becomes green. 2. Fruits and flowers grow, when You make them grow. Eternal-Guru discovered, then connected with the Origin. 3. You are the Spring, the whole world is the garden. Nanak: Unique devotion is the complete fortune. 4. Divine Identification Literally “The Word.” Popularly refers to the hymns in the Guru Granth Sahib Guru Amardas Sahib in Rag Basant | Guru Granth Sahib 1176

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