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Guru Arjan Sahib in Rag Dhanasari | GGS 681 | Artist: Bhai Baljit Singh & Gurmeet Singh

Sabad Recitation

Thursday
,
20
April
2017

The Sabad begins by vividly illustrating the Divine's omnipotent strength, which extends in all directions and places a protective Hand on the devotee's head.

The Sabad begins by vividly illustrating the Divine's omnipotent strength, which extends in all directions and places a protective Hand on the devotee's head. The mere glance of grace bestowed by the Earth-Force Guru ends the votary's pain, a testament to the Divine's compassionate and protective nature.

In four directions, extends Own strength,
and places the Hand on the head.
Glance of grace bestowed, votary’s pain ended.  1.

All-Pervasive, Guru the Earth-Force, protected the servants.
Compassionate, forgiving Being embraces,
and erases all vices. Reflect. 

Whatever is asked from the Ruler, that’s what is given.Whatever Nanak the votary utters from the mouth,becomes eternal here and there. 2.
     Guru Arjan Sahib in Rag Dhanasari  |  Guru Granth Sahib 681

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