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Ardas Before Eating.

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh.

Saad Sangat Ji,

I just wanted to know what is the Ardas done before eating.

And if there are some lines do you just say them? or do say them in the small ardas?

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh.

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Before eating:

sloku ]

kwm k®oD Aru loB moh ibnis jwie AhMmyv ]

nwnk pRB srxwgqI kir pRswdu gurdyv ]

ijh 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 ]

Nanak naam chardikala, tere bhane sarbat da bhala

Bole so nihaal, sat sri akaal

Waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateh ji

After eating:

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 ]

ijs dw idqw Kwvxw iqsu khIAY swbwis ]

nwnk hukmu n cleI nwil Ksm clY Ardwis ]

Bole so nihaal, sat sri akaal

Waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru ji ki fateh ji

and make sure u acutally say the word "salok" in the ardaas before eating, and actually say the word "pauri" in the ardaas after eating

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Just out of genuine curiosity,whats the significance of saying 'salok' and 'pauri'? How come its so important?

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its part of the paath, makes it complete. without saying salok or pauri, the paath is not complete.

a saakhi that relates to this is when a singh came up to sant gurbachan singh ji khalsa, and asked for a shabad that would help him as he was going through some hard times in life.

sant ji told him to do sava lakh paath of "thir ghar baiso har jan piyare".

the singh went and did sava lakh paath, but he came back afterwards and told sant ji, that nothing had changed and he was still in the same situation. sant ji asked the singh how the did the paath, and he recited it infront of sant ji. the singh used to never say "gauri mahala panjva" or the word "rihao". and sant ji told him that since he didnt say all the words in the shabad, thats why the shabad was incomplete. then sant ji told the singh to do the sava lakh paath again, but this time they told him to make sure u say "gauri mahala panjva" and "rihao".

so yea, just like that, the word "salok" and "pauri" are important part of the shabad. smile.gif

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Vaheguroo Jee Ka Khalsa, Vaheguroo Jee Kee Fateh,

Can someone please translate into English and transliterate into Roman the Ardaas before and after eating that was posted by _shastr_? The one with the salok and pauri. Or at least post where I can find those online? I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.

Gurfateh,

Justin

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