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ਬਿਲਾਵਲੁ ਮਹਲਾ ੫ ॥
Bilaaval, Fifth Mehla:
ਗੁਰਿ ਪੂਰੈ ਮੇਰੀ ਰਾਖਿ ਲਈ ॥
The Perfect Guru has has saved me.
ਅੰਮ੍ਰਿਤ ਨਾਮੁ ਰਿਦੇ ਮਹਿ ਦੀਨੋ ਜਨਮ ਜਨਮ ਕੀ ਮੈਲੁ ਗਈ ॥੧॥ ਰਹਾਉ ॥
He has enshrined the Ambrosial Name of the Lord within my heart, and the filth of countless incarnations has been washed away. ||1||Pause||
ਨਿਵਰੇ ਦੂਤ ਦੁਸਟ ਬੈਰਾਈ ਗੁਰ ਪੂਰੇ ਕਾ ਜਪਿਆ ਜਾਪੁ ॥
The demons and wicked enemies are driven out, by meditating, and chanting the Chant of the Perfect Guru.
ਕਹਾ ਕਰੈ ਕੋਈ ਬੇਚਾਰਾ ਪ੍ਰਭ ਮੇਰੇ ਕਾ ਬਡ ਪਰਤਾਪੁ ॥੧॥
What can any wretched creature do to me? The radiance of my God is gloriously great. ||1||
ਸਿਮਰਿ ਸਿਮਰਿ ਸਿਮਰਿ ਸੁਖੁ ਪਾਇਆ ਚਰਨ ਕਮਲ ਰਖੁ ਮਨ ਮਾਹੀ ॥
Meditating, meditating, meditating in remembrance, I have found peace; I have enshrined His Lotus Feet within my mind.
ਤਾ ਕੀ ਸਰਨਿ ਪਰਿਓ ਨਾਨਕ ਦਾਸੁ ਜਾ ਤੇ ਊਪਰਿ ਕੋ ਨਾਹੀ ॥੨॥੧੨॥੯੮॥
Slave Nanak has entered His Sanctuary; there is none above Him. ||2||12||98||

 

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Just now, monatosingh said:

Both. Jhatka is perfectly fine to me, but on a coconut? Seriously guys.

First off it's not really jhatka. In the maryada there it just says 'vadd', meaning to cut - you can't jhatka a coconut. Secondly, like I said it's symbolic of the slaying of demons - the act of cutting adds a visual aspect, and think about the sound it would make. Both could be classified as dramatic techniques. Thirdly, it doesn't have to be a coconut, it says you can use sugar cane too.

Don't read into it too much bro, it's not as suspicious as it seems. This is how paranoia over symbolism starts. It's no different to having jot or someone on dhoop duty during an Akhand Path.

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5 hours ago, MrDoaba said:

First off it's not really jhatka. In the maryada there it just says 'vadd', meaning to cut - you can't jhatka a coconut. Secondly, like I said it's symbolic of the slaying of demons - the act of cutting adds a visual aspect, and think about the sound it would make. Both could be classified as dramatic techniques. Thirdly, it doesn't have to be a coconut, it says you can use sugar cane too.

Don't read into it too much bro, it's not as suspicious as it seems. This is how paranoia over symbolism starts. It's no different to having jot or someone on dhoop duty during an Akhand Path.

Yea the coconut or ganna (sugarcane) is when you do a akhand path of sri dasam. In a sehaj path you are only supposed to vadd one at the end when the bhog lines "bidih sakiya sagre" comes on hikayet 11 and 12. 

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