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Vahiguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vahiguru Ji Ki Fateh,

Could someone please post in English translation and Roman transliteration the Ardas before and after eating? I'm looking for the ones that start with salok (before eating) and pauri (after eating). I know I posted this in a different thread, but I don't think anyone noticed it. I apologize for the double post.

Thank you.

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Vahiguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Vahiguru Ji Ki Fateh,

Could someone please post in English translation and Roman transliteration the Ardas before and after eating? I'm looking for the ones that start with salok (before eating) and pauri (after eating). I know I posted this in a different thread, but I don't think anyone noticed it. I apologize for the double post.

Thank you.

Found a previous link to this , hope it helps.

http://www.sikhsangat.com/index.php?/topic/41771-ardaas-when-eating-langar/

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Yes, this helped a lot. Thank you simran345ji.

Ur welcome ji, sometimes a simple search on the forum brings up queries.

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Thank you - this explains why i received emails letting me know that people were liking a post I made years ago. I had to log in after many years to check what was going in!

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