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Khalasthan86    138

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh.

Does anyone know where I can get the shabad "Sab Te Vada Satguru Nanak Jin Kar Rakhi Meri".

I have searched on Google, and theres no hopes for download!

Can you please let me know where I can download it from? :pray: :3singh3:

Plus, theres a little sample here: http://www.gurbanifm.com/imagegallery/down...74941106357f52c

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mskcan    1
soohee mehalaa 5 ||

jis kae sir oopar thoo(n) suaamee so dhukh kaisaa paavai ||

bol n jaanai maaeiaa madh maathaa maranaa cheeth n aavai ||1||

maerae raam raae thoo(n) sa(n)thaa kaa sa(n)th thaerae ||

thaerae saevak ko bho kishh naahee jam nehee aavai naerae ||1|| rehaao ||

jo thaerai ra(n)g raathae suaamee thinh kaa janam maran dhukh naasaa ||

thaeree bakhas n maettai koee sathigur kaa dhilaasaa ||2||

naam dhhiaaein sukh fal paaein aat(h) pehar aaraadhhehi ||

thaeree saran thaerai bharavaasai pa(n)ch dhusatt lai saadhhehi ||3||

giaan dhhiaan kishh karam n jaanaa saar n jaanaa thaeree ||

sabh thae vaddaa sathigur naanak jin kal raakhee maeree ||4||10||57||

Soohee, Fifth Mehla:

When You stand over our heads, O Lord and Master, how can we suffer in pain?

The mortal being does not know how to chant Your Name - he is intoxicated with the wine of Maya, and the thought of death does not even enter his mind. ||1||

O my Sovereign Lord, You belong to the Saints, and the Saints belong to You.

Your servant is not afraid of anything; the Messenger of Death cannot even approach him. ||1||Pause||

Those who are attuned to Your Love, O my Lord and Master, are released from the pains of birth and death.

No one can erase Your Blessings; the True Guru has given me this assurance. ||2||

Those who meditate on the Naam, the Name of the Lord, obtain the fruits of peace. Twenty-four hours a day, they worship and adore You.

In Your Sanctuary, with Your Support, they subdue the five villains. ||3||

I know nothing about wisdom, meditation and good deeds; I know nothing about Your excellence.

Guru Nanak is the greatest of all; He saved my honor in this Dark Age of Kali Yuga. ||4||10||57||

This Shabad is by Guru Arjan Dev Ji in Raag Soohee on Pannaa 749


Additional resources for this Shabad

Bhai Harjinder Singh Sri Nagar Wale

Bhai Niranjan Singh

Bhai Dharam Singh Zakhmi

Balbir Kaur

Bhai Nirmal Singh

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Here are some from our site:


Next time jee, most sites now have a 'searching' option built into their kirtan sections. If you look usually in the top right hand portion of the page you will see you can search the whole kirtan page. In this case, simply search in the shabad and you will get the following results (above link). This is the reason we include shabads in file names so it is easy to locate a specific file. Most other sites have done this as well.

Hope that helps :)

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Is it true that this shabaD is Sab Te Vada Satguru. Nanak , Jin Kar Rakhi Meri". This shabad means Satguru(Akal Purkh) is above all and he Protect Nanak. There is full stop after satguru .Please correct me

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