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Guru Nanak Sahib in Rag Sarang | Guru Granth Sahib 1197 | Artist: Bhai Harjinder Singh (Srinagar)

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I am the maiden-slave of my Ruler. Grasped feet of Divine World-Life, killed and ended ego. 1. Reflect. My life is the Beloved– Perfect, Supreme, Light, Supreme-Divine. Enticer enticed my mind, which understands and reflects on Sabad1. 1. Self-centered is weak, with little and false understanding, Mind, torso and body are in pain. When dyed in the Colorful Charmer-Divine, mind became serene contemplating Charmer-Divine. 2. Ego abandoned, became bairagani, 2 then Eternal consciousness remained. Mind accepts Self-Existent Immaculate, Worldly honor, forgotten. None like You in the past, nor in the future. My Beloved is the life support. Bride-lover is imbued with All-Pervasive’s Nam3. Nanak: Charmer-Divine is Husband of the bride-lover who is dyed in All-Pervasive’s Nam. 4.

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