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please can you tell me the small ardaas that you do when your about to eat langar and also the ardaas that you do after you have eaten and any other details that should be know???

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dada datta ek hai sabh ko devan haar

D is for the Dear Lord Vaheguru Who is the Sole Provider for the whole creation

dendeh taut naa avei agant bhareh bhandar

There is no limit to His giving, His countless stores are filled to overflowing

jis da ditta khavnaa tis keiyeh shabaash

From Whom we receive our nourishment let us all celebrate Him

nanak hukam na chalei naal khasam chaleh ardaas

O Nanak no one can issue commands to the Dear Lord Master Vaheguru;

Let us offer prayers instead

iko datta mangiye sabh kich paleh paeh

Seek One Sole Provider. You will be blessed with everything and your wishes will be fulfilled

man dhan sass giraas prabh iko ik dhiyaeh

Meditate on the One Soul Vaheguru with mind, body, breath and morsel

nanak naam chardi kalla

O Dear Almighty God may Your Name be exalted through Guru Nanak

tereh bhaneh sarbaat da bhalla

May all prosper according to Your will

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before langar:

salok. kam karodh aur lobh moh binas jaye ahangmev. nanak parbh sarnagati, kar parsad gurdev. je parsad shati amrit kahe, tis thakur ko rakh mann mahe. dada daata aak hai, sab ko devanhaar, dendiyaan tott na avaee, aganat pare bhandaar. nanak pusareeyaan pkaeeyaan, paeeyaan talai mahe, jinee guru manaaiya, raj raj sayee kahe. nanak naam chardi kala, tere bhane sarbat da bhala, waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh, boleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee soooooooooo nihaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal, saaaat sriiii akaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal. waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateeeeeeeeeeeeh

after langar:

rain dinas bharbaat, tuhain hi gavana. jee jant sarbat, nao tera tiyavana. tu daata daataar, tera dita khavana, bhagat jina ke sang, paap gavavna. jan nanak sad balehaarai bal bal javana. jis da dita khavana, tis kaheeyai sabaas, nanak humkam na chalaiee, naal kasam chalai ardaas. waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateh. boleeeeeeeee soooo nihaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal, saaaaat srriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii akaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal. waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateeeeeeeeeeeeh.

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before:

sloku ]

kwm k®oD Aru loB moh ibnis jwie AhMmyv ]

nwnk pRB srxwgqI kir pRswdu gurdyv ]1]

h pRswid CqIh AMimRq Kwih ]

iqsu Twkur kau rKu mn mwih ]

ddw dwqw eyku hY sB kau dyvnhwr ]

dyNdy qoit n AwveI Agnq Bry BMfwr ]

nwnk BusrIAw pkweIAw pweIAw QwlY mwih ]

ijnI gurU mnwieAw rij rij syeI Kwih ]3]

nanak naam chardi kala, tere bhane sarbat da bhala, waheguru ji ka khalsa waheguru ji ki fateh, boleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee soooooooooo nihaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal, saaaat sriiii akaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal. waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateeeeeeeeeeeeh

after:

pauVI ]

rYix idnsu prBwiq qUhY hI gwvxw ]

jIA jMq srbq nwau qyrw iDAwvxw ]

qU dwqw dwqwru qyrw idqw Kwvxw ]

Bgq jnw kY sMig pwp gvwvxw ]

jn nwnk sd bilhwrY bil bil jwvxw

vijs dw idqw Kwvxw iqsu khIAY swbwis ]

nwnk hukmu n cleI nwil Ksm clY Ardwis

waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateh. boleeeeeeeee soooo nihaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal, saaaaat srriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii akaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal. waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateeeeeeeeeeeeh.

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As long as some sort of ardas is said it doesn't matter.

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As long as some sort of ardas is said it doesn't matter.

True. Thank him from your heart because he truly hears that.

As for myself, I say this Shalok from Sukhmani Sahib before eating:

Kaam Krodh Ar Lobh Moh Binas Jaa-ay Ahanmayv.

Naanak Parabh Sarnaagatee Kar Parsaad Gurdayv.

After saying this, I often imagine Maharaj Ji taking a spoonful of everything from my plate...

I find this cute...And then I hear something inside of me say "Go ahead, you can eat now"...It's sweet...Try it...You'll feel so good... sigh... :happy:

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sloku ]

Shalok:

kwm k®oD Aru loB moh ibnis jwie AhMmyv ]

Sexual desire, anger, greed and emotional attachment - may these be gone, and egotism as well.

nwnk pRB srxwgqI kir pRswdu gurdyv ]1]

Nanak seeks the Sanctuary of God; please bless me with Your Grace, O Divine Guru. ||1||

ijh pRswid CqIh AMimRq Kwih ]

By His Grace, you partake of the thirty-six delicacies;

iqsu Twkur kau rKu mn mwih ]

enshrine that Lord and Master within your mind.

ddw dwqw eyku hY sB kau dyvnhwr ]

DADDA: The One Lord is the Great Giver; He is the Giver to all.

dyNdy qoit n AwveI Agnq Bry BMfwr ]

There is no limit to His Giving. His countless warehouses are filled to overflowing.

ijs dw idqw Kwvxw iqsu khIAY swbwis ]

Let us all celebrate Him, from whom we receive our nourishment.

nwnk hukmu n cleI nwil Ksm clY Ardwis ]22]

O Nanak, no one can issue commands to the Lord Master; let us offer prayers instead. ||22||

ieko dwqw mMgIAY sBu ikCu plY pwie ]

Beg from the One Lord, the Great Giver, and you will be blessed with everything.

min qin swis igrwis pRBu ieko ieku iDAwie ]

In your mind and body, with each breath and morsel of food, meditate on the One and only Lord God.

nwnk nwm cVdI klw,

O Dear Almighty God may Your Name be exalted through Guru Nanak

qyry Bwxy srb~q dw Blw]

May all prosper according to Your will

pauVI ]

Pauree:

rYix idnsu prBwiq qUhY hI gwvxw ]

Night and day, morning and night, I sing to You, Lord.

jIA jMq srbq nwau qyrw iDAwvxw ]

All beings and creatures meditate on Your Name.

qU dwqw dwqwru qyrw idqw Kwvxw ]

You are the Giver, the Great Giver; we eat whatever You give us.

Bgq jnw kY sMig pwp gvwvxw ]

In the congregation of the devotees, sins are eradicated.

jn nwnk sd bilhwrY bil bil jwvxw ]25]

Servant Nanak is forever a sacrifice, a sacrifice, a sacrifice, O Lord. ||25||

ijs dw idqw Kwvxw iqsu khIAY swbwis ]

Let us all celebrate Him, from whom we receive our nourishment.

nwnk hukmu n cleI nwil Ksm clY Ardwis ]22]

O Nanak, no one can issue commands to the Lord Master; let us offer prayers instead. ||22||

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Can I recite these Saloks before eating anytime? (I mean like when I'm at school or home; everywhere outside a Guru Ka Langar)

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I do to always... But topic was during ardaas.. So i thought it was limited to langar only (my bad)...

lol, forgive me, im a dumb moorakh

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