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Guru Arjan Sahib Mundavani | Guru Granth Sahib 1429 | Artist: Bhai Dya Singh (Australia)

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On the platter are placed three things, reflect on the Truth and the Contentment. Ruler’s Immortal Nam1 is also placed on it, it is the support of all. If someone eats it, if someone savors it, that one is emancipated. This thing cannot be forsaken, daily, daily, keep it in the heart. Nanak: Cross the dark-ignorant world-ocean in feet-surrender, all is the Supreme Cosmic’s expanse. Divine Identification Guru Arjan Sahib Mundavani | Guru Granth Sahib 1429

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