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TejiKaur    94

WAHEGURU JI

THERES A TON.

ASSI BHI OTHE JANA

ANYTHING BY SANT FARID JI

ANYTHING FROM GURU TEG BHADUR JIS SLOKS

ILL LINK U SOME SOON :)

SUCH DEEP MEAINGS

GURU GRANTH SAHIB JI REALLY PIERCES THE HEART ESP IN TIMES OF DEATH GURBANI GIVES US THE PUSH WE NEED

IM AT SCHOOL RITE NOW BUT WEN I GET HOME ILL SEND U SOME :)

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BibaKaur    36

Here are a few shabads relating to the fact that this body will ultimately be reduced to ashes....

Shabad by Bhagat Ravi Daas Ji in Raag Sorath on Pannaa 659

jal kee bheeth pavan kaa thha(n)bhaa rakath bu(n)dh kaa gaaraa ||

http://www.sikhitothemax.com/page.asp?ShabadID=2521

Shabad by Bhagat Kabeer Ji in Raag Gond on Pannaa 870

naroo marai nar kaam n aavai ||

When a man dies, he is of no use to anyone.

http://www.sikhitothemax.com/page.asp?ShabadID=3252

Salok by Kabeer Jee on Pannaa 1366

kabeer haadd jarae jio laakaree kaes jarae jio ghaas ||

http://www.sikhitothemax.com/page.asp?ShabadID=5004

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dalsingh101    410

I think I recall a lot of repetitions of chaupai sahib at my nan's funeral?

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OhTwadi    73

Awsw ]

aasaa ||

Aasaa:

jb lgu qylu dIvy muiK bwqI qb sUJY sBu koeI ]

jab lag thael dheevae mukh baathee thab soojhai sabh koee ||

As long as the oil and the wick are in the lamp, everything is illuminated.

qyl jly bwqI ThrwnI sUMnw mMdru hoeI ]1]

thael jalae baathee t(h)eharaanee soo(n)naa ma(n)dhar hoee ||1||

But when the oil is burnt, the wick goes out, and the mansion becomes desolate. ||1||

ry baury quih GrI n rwKY koeI ]

rae bourae thuhi gharee n raakhai koee ||

O mad-man, no one will keep you, for even a moment.

qUM rwm nwmu jip soeI ]1] rhwau ]

thoo(n) raam naam jap soee ||1|| rehaao ||

Meditate on the Name of that Lord. ||1||Pause||

kw kI mwq ipqw khu kw ko kvn purK kI joeI ]

kaa kee maath pithaa kahu kaa ko kavan purakh kee joee ||

Tell me, whose mother is that, whose father is that, and which man has a wife?

Gt PUty koaU bwq n pUCY kwFhu kwFhu hoeI ]2]

ghatt foottae kooo baath n pooshhai kaadtahu kaadtahu hoee ||2||

When the pitcher of the body breaks, no one cares for you at all. Everyone says, ""Take him away, take him away!""||2||

dyhurI bYTI mwqw rovY KtIAw ly gey BweI ]

dhaehuree bait(h)ee maathaa rovai khatteeaa lae geae bhaaee ||

Sitting on the threshold, his mother cries, and his brothers take away the coffin.

lt iCtkwey iqrIAw rovY hMsu iekylw jweI ]3]

latt shhittakaaeae thireeaa rovai ha(n)s eikaelaa jaaee ||3||

Taking down her hair, his wife cries out in sorrow, and the swan-soul departs all alone. ||3||

khq kbIr sunhu ry sMqhu BY swgr kY qweI ]

kehath kabeer sunahu rae sa(n)thahu bhai saagar kai thaaee ||

Says Kabeer, listen, O Saints, about the terrifying world-ocean.

iesu bMdy isir julmu hoq hY jmu nhI htY gusweI ]4]9]

eis ba(n)dhae sir julam hoth hai jam nehee hattai gusaaee ||4||9||

This human suffers torture and the Messenger of Death will not leave him alone, O Lord of the World. ||4||9||

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PrIdw ikQY qYfy mwipAw ijn@I qU jixEih ]

fareedhaa kithhai thaiddae maapiaa jinhee thoo janiouhi ||

Fareed, where are your mother and father, who gave birth to you?

qY pwshu Eie lid gey qUM AjY n pqIxoih ]73]

thai paasahu oue ladh geae thoo(n) ajai n patheenohi ||73||

They have left you, but even so, you are not convinced that you shall also have to go. ||73||

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TejiKaur    94

ਸਿਰੀਰਾਗੁ

सिरीरागु महला १ घरु २ ॥

Sirīrāg mėhlā 1 gẖar 2.

Siree Raag, First Mehl, Second House:

ਧਨੁ

धनु जोबनु अरु फुलड़ा नाठीअड़े दिन चारि ॥

Ḏẖan joban ar fulṛā nāṯẖī▫aṛe ḏin cẖār.

Wealth, the beauty of youth and flowers are guests for only a few days.

ਪਬਣਿ ॥੧॥

पबणि केरे पत जिउ ढलि ढुलि जुमणहार ॥१॥

Pabaṇ kere paṯ ji▫o dẖal dẖul jummaṇhār. ||1||

Like the leaves of the water-lily, they wither and fade and finally die. ||1||

ਰੰਗੁ

रंगु माणि लै पिआरिआ जा जोबनु नउ हुला ॥

Rang māṇ lai pi▫āri▫ā jā joban na▫o hulā.

Be happy, dear beloved, as long as your youth is fresh and delightful.

ਦਿਨ

दिन थोड़ड़े थके भइआ पुराणा चोला ॥१॥ रहाउ ॥

Ḏin thoṛ▫ṛe thake bẖa▫i▫ā purāṇā cẖolā. ||1|| rahā▫o.

But your days are few-you have grown weary, and now your body has grown old. ||1||Pause||

ਸਜਣ

सजण मेरे रंगुले जाइ सुते जीराणि ॥

Sajaṇ mere rangule jā▫e suṯe jārāṇ.

My playful friends have gone to sleep in the graveyard.

ਹੰ ॥੨॥

हं भी वंञा डुमणी रोवा झीणी बाणि ॥२॥

Haʼn bẖī vañā dumṇī rovā jẖīṇī bāṇ. ||2||

In my double-mindedness, I shall have to go as well. I cry in a feeble voice. ||2||

ਕੀ

की न सुणेही गोरीए आपण कंनी सोइ ॥

Kī na suṇehī gorī▫e āpaṇ kannī so▫e.

Haven't you heard the call from beyond, O beautiful soul-bride?

ਲਗੀ ॥੩॥

लगी आवहि साहुरै नित न पेईआ होइ ॥३॥

Lagī āvahi sāhurai niṯ na pe▫ī▫ā ho▫e. ||3||

You must go to your in-laws; you cannot stay with your parents forever. ||3||

ਨਾਨਕ

नानक सुती पेईऐ जाणु विरती संनि ॥

Nānak suṯī pe▫ī▫ai jāṇ virṯī sann.

O Nanak, know that she who sleeps in her parents' home is plundered in broad daylight.

<A class=dict onmouseover="ddrivetip('iguṇā /i From Guna', 250)" onmouseout=hideddrivetip() href="http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=ਗੁਣਾ" ;>ਗੁਣਾ ਗਵਾਈ ਗੰਠੜੀ ਅਵਗਣ ਚਲੀ ਬੰਨਿ ॥੪॥੨੪॥

गुणा गवाई गंठड़ी अवगण चली बंनि ॥४॥२४॥

Guṇā gavā▫ī ganṯẖ▫ṛī avgaṇ cẖalī bann. ||4||24||

She has lost her bouquet of merits; gathering one of demerits, she departs. ||4||24||

मरणा मुला मरणा ॥

Marṇā mulā marṇā.

Death, O Mullah-death will come,

ਭੀ

भी करतारहु डरणा ॥१॥ रहाउ ॥

Bẖī karṯārahu darṇā. ||1|| rahā▫o.

so live in the Fear of God the Creator. ||1||Pause||

ਤਾ

ता तू मुला ता तू काजी जाणहि नामु खुदाई ॥

Ŧā ṯū mulā ṯā ṯū kājī jāṇėh nām kẖuḏā▫ī.

You are a Mullah, and you are a Qazi, only when you know the Naam, the Name of God.

ਜੇ ॥੨॥

जे बहुतेरा पड़िआ होवहि को रहै न भरीऐ पाई ॥२॥

Je bahuṯerā paṛi▫ā hovėh ko rahai na bẖarī▫ai pā▫ī. ||2||

You may be very educated, but no one can remain when the measure of life is full. ||2||

ਸੋਈ

सोई काजी जिनि आपु तजिआ इकु नामु कीआ आधारो ॥

So▫ī kājī jin āp ṯaji▫ā ik nām kī▫ā āḏẖāro.

He alone is a Qazi, who renounces selfishness and conceit, and makes the One Name his Support.

ਹੈ ॥੩॥

है भी होसी जाइ न जासी सचा सिरजणहारो ॥३॥

Hai bẖī hosī jā▫e na jāsī sacẖā sirjaṇhāro. ||3||

The True Creator Lord is, and shall always be. He was not born; He shall not die. ||3||

ਪੰਜ

पंज वखत निवाज गुजारहि पड़हि कतेब कुराणा ॥

Panj vakẖaṯ nivāj gujārėh paṛėh kaṯeb kurāṇā.

You may chant your prayers five times each day; you may read the Bible and the Koran.

<A class=dict onmouseover="ddrivetip('iNānak /i', 250)" onmouseout=hideddrivetip() href="http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=ਨਾਨਕੁ" ;>ਨਾਨਕੁ ਆਖੈ ਗੋਰ ਸਦੇਈ ਰਹਿਓ ਪੀਣਾ ਖਾਣਾ ॥੪॥੨੮॥

नानकु आखै गोर सदेई रहिओ पीणा खाणा ॥४॥२८॥

Nānak ākẖai gor saḏe▫ī rahi▫o pīṇā kẖāṇā. ||4||28||

Says Nanak, the grave is calling you, and now your food and drink are finished. ||4||28||

this is a good one i sing it almost every day

ਆਸਾ

आसा ॥

Āsā.

Aasaa:

ਬੋਲੈ

बोलै सेख फरीदु पिआरे अलह लगे ॥

Bolai Sekẖ Farīḏ pi▫āre alah lage.

Says Shaykh Fareed, O my dear friend, attach yourself to the Lord.

ਇਹੁ ॥੧॥

इहु तनु होसी खाक निमाणी गोर घरे ॥१॥

Ih ṯan hosī kẖāk nimāṇī gor gẖare. ||1||

This body shall turn to dust, and its home shall be a neglected graveyard. ||1||

ਆਜੁ

आजु मिलावा सेख फरीद टाकिम कूंजड़ीआ मनहु मचिंदड़ीआ ॥१॥ रहाउ ॥

Āj milāvā Sekẖ Farīḏ tākim kūnjaṛī▫ā manhu macẖinḏ▫ṛī▫ā. ||1|| rahā▫o.

You can meet the Lord today, O Shaykh Fareed, if you restrain your bird-like desires which keep your mind in turmoil. ||1||Pause||

ਜੇ

जे जाणा मरि जाईऐ घुमि न आईऐ ॥

Je jāṇā mar jā▫ī▫ai gẖum na ā▫ī▫ai.

If I had known that I was to die, and not return again,

ਝੂਠੀ ॥੨॥

झूठी दुनीआ लगि न आपु वञाईऐ ॥२॥

Jẖūṯẖī ḏunī▫ā lag na āp vañā▫ī▫ai. ||2||

I would not have ruined myself by clinging to the world of falsehood. ||2||

ਬੋਲੀਐ

बोलीऐ सचु धरमु झूठु न बोलीऐ ॥

Bolī▫ai sacẖ ḏẖaram jẖūṯẖ na bolī▫ai.

So speak the Truth, in righteousness, and do not speak falsehood.

ਜੋ ॥੩॥

जो गुरु दसै वाट मुरीदा जोलीऐ ॥३॥

Jo gur ḏasai vāt murīḏā jolī▫ai. ||3||

The disciple ought to travel the route, pointed out by the Guru. ||3||

ਛੈਲ

छैल लंघंदे पारि गोरी मनु धीरिआ ॥

Cẖẖail langẖanḏe pār gorī man ḏẖīri▫ā.

Seeing the youths being carried across, the hearts of the beautiful young soul-brides are encouraged.

ਕੰਚਨ ॥੪॥

कंचन वंने पासे कलवति चीरिआ ॥४॥

Kancẖan vanne pāse kalvaṯ cẖīri▫ā. ||4||

Those who side with the glitter of gold, are cut down with a saw. ||4||

ਸੇਖ

सेख हैयाती जगि न कोई थिरु रहिआ ॥

Sekẖ haiyāṯī jag na ko▫ī thir rahi▫ā.

O Shaykh, no one's life is permanent in this world.

ਜਿਸੁ ॥੫॥

जिसु आसणि हम बैठे केते बैसि गइआ ॥५॥

Jis āsaṇ ham baiṯẖe keṯe bais ga▫i▫ā. ||5||

That seat, upon which we now sit - many others sat on it and have since departed. ||5||

ਕਤਿਕ

कतिक कूंजां चेति डउ सावणि बिजुलीआं ॥

Kaṯik kūʼnjāʼn cẖeṯ da▫o sāvaṇ bijulī▫āʼn.

As the swallows appear in the month of Katik, forest fires in the month of Chayt, and lightning in Saawan,

ਸੀਆਲੇ ॥੬॥

सीआले सोहंदीआं पिर गलि बाहड़ीआं ॥६॥

Sī▫āle sohanḏī▫āʼn pir gal bāhṛī▫āʼn. ||6||

and as the bride's arms adorn her husband's neck in winter;||6||

ਚਲੇ

चले चलणहार विचारा लेइ मनो ॥

Cẖale cẖalaṇhār vicẖārā le▫e mano.

Just so, the transitory human bodies pass away. Reflect upon this in your mind.

ਗੰਢੇਦਿਆਂ ॥੭॥

गंढेदिआं छिअ माह तुड़ंदिआ हिकु खिनो ॥७॥

Gandẖeḏi▫āʼn cẖẖi▫a māh ṯuṛanḏi▫ā hik kẖino. ||7||

It takes six months to form the body, but it breaks in an instant. ||7||

ਜਿਮੀ

जिमी पुछै असमान फरीदा खेवट किंनि गए ॥

Jimī pucẖẖai asmān Farīḏā kẖevat kinn ga▫e.

O Fareed, the earth asks the sky, "Where have the boatmen gone?

<A class=dict onmouseover="ddrivetip('iJālaṇ /i From Jāla', 250)" onmouseout=hideddrivetip() href="http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=ਜਾਲਣ" ;>ਜਾਲਣ ਗੋਰਾਂ ਨਾਲਿ ਉਲਾਮੇ ਜੀਅ ਸਹੇ ॥੮॥੨॥

जालण गोरां नालि उलामे जीअ सहे ॥८॥२॥

Jālaṇ gorāʼn nāl ulāme jī▫a sahe. ||8||2||

Some have been cremated, and some lie in their graves; their souls are suffering rebukes. ||8||2||

if the person was religous

ਆਸਾ

आसा ॥

Āsā.

Aasaa:

ਬੋਲੈ

बोलै सेख फरीदु पिआरे अलह लगे ॥

Bolai Sekẖ Farīḏ pi▫āre alah lage.

Says Shaykh Fareed, O my dear friend, attach yourself to the Lord.

ਇਹੁ ॥੧॥

इहु तनु होसी खाक निमाणी गोर घरे ॥१॥

Ih ṯan hosī kẖāk nimāṇī gor gẖare. ||1||

This body shall turn to dust, and its home shall be a neglected graveyard. ||1||

ਆਜੁ

आजु मिलावा सेख फरीद टाकिम कूंजड़ीआ मनहु मचिंदड़ीआ ॥१॥ रहाउ ॥

Āj milāvā Sekẖ Farīḏ tākim kūnjaṛī▫ā manhu macẖinḏ▫ṛī▫ā. ||1|| rahā▫o.

You can meet the Lord today, O Shaykh Fareed, if you restrain your bird-like desires which keep your mind in turmoil. ||1||Pause||

ਜੇ

जे जाणा मरि जाईऐ घुमि न आईऐ ॥

Je jāṇā mar jā▫ī▫ai gẖum na ā▫ī▫ai.

If I had known that I was to die, and not return again,

ਝੂਠੀ ॥੨॥

झूठी दुनीआ लगि न आपु वञाईऐ ॥२॥

Jẖūṯẖī ḏunī▫ā lag na āp vañā▫ī▫ai. ||2||

I would not have ruined myself by clinging to the world of falsehood. ||2||

ਬੋਲੀਐ

बोलीऐ सचु धरमु झूठु न बोलीऐ ॥

Bolī▫ai sacẖ ḏẖaram jẖūṯẖ na bolī▫ai.

So speak the Truth, in righteousness, and do not speak falsehood.

ਜੋ ॥੩॥

जो गुरु दसै वाट मुरीदा जोलीऐ ॥३॥

Jo gur ḏasai vāt murīḏā jolī▫ai. ||3||

The disciple ought to travel the route, pointed out by the Guru. ||3||

ਛੈਲ

छैल लंघंदे पारि गोरी मनु धीरिआ ॥

Cẖẖail langẖanḏe pār gorī man ḏẖīri▫ā.

Seeing the youths being carried across, the hearts of the beautiful young soul-brides are encouraged.

ਕੰਚਨ ॥੪॥

कंचन वंने पासे कलवति चीरिआ ॥४॥

Kancẖan vanne pāse kalvaṯ cẖīri▫ā. ||4||

Those who side with the glitter of gold, are cut down with a saw. ||4||

ਸੇਖ

सेख हैयाती जगि न कोई थिरु रहिआ ॥

Sekẖ haiyāṯī jag na ko▫ī thir rahi▫ā.

O Shaykh, no one's life is permanent in this world.

ਜਿਸੁ ॥੫॥

जिसु आसणि हम बैठे केते बैसि गइआ ॥५॥

Jis āsaṇ ham baiṯẖe keṯe bais ga▫i▫ā. ||5||

That seat, upon which we now sit - many others sat on it and have since departed. ||5||

ਕਤਿਕ

कतिक कूंजां चेति डउ सावणि बिजुलीआं ॥

Kaṯik kūʼnjāʼn cẖeṯ da▫o sāvaṇ bijulī▫āʼn.

As the swallows appear in the month of Katik, forest fires in the month of Chayt, and lightning in Saawan,

ਸੀਆਲੇ ॥੬॥

सीआले सोहंदीआं पिर गलि बाहड़ीआं ॥६॥

Sī▫āle sohanḏī▫āʼn pir gal bāhṛī▫āʼn. ||6||

and as the bride's arms adorn her husband's neck in winter;||6||

ਚਲੇ

चले चलणहार विचारा लेइ मनो ॥

Cẖale cẖalaṇhār vicẖārā le▫e mano.

Just so, the transitory human bodies pass away. Reflect upon this in your mind.

ਗੰਢੇਦਿਆਂ ॥੭॥

गंढेदिआं छिअ माह तुड़ंदिआ हिकु खिनो ॥७॥

Gandẖeḏi▫āʼn cẖẖi▫a māh ṯuṛanḏi▫ā hik kẖino. ||7||

It takes six months to form the body, but it breaks in an instant. ||7||

ਜਿਮੀ

जिमी पुछै असमान फरीदा खेवट किंनि गए ॥

Jimī pucẖẖai asmān Farīḏā kẖevat kinn ga▫e.

O Fareed, the earth asks the sky, "Where have the boatmen gone?

<A class=dict onmouseover="ddrivetip('iJālaṇ /i From Jāla', 250)" onmouseout=hideddrivetip() href="http://www.srigranth.org/servlet/gurbani.dictionary?Param=ਜਾਲਣ" ;>ਜਾਲਣ ਗੋਰਾਂ ਨਾਲਿ ਉਲਾਮੇ ਜੀਅ ਸਹੇ ॥੮॥੨॥

जालण गोरां नालि उलामे जीअ सहे ॥८॥२॥

Jālaṇ gorāʼn nāl ulāme jī▫a sahe. ||8||2||

Some have been cremated, and some lie in their graves; their souls are suffering rebukes. ||8||2||

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