sloku m: 3 ]
siqguir imilAY BuK geI ByKI BuK n jwie ]
duiK lgY Gir Gir iPrY AgY dUxI imlY sjwie ]
AMdir shju n AwieE shjy hI lY Kwie ]
mnhiT ijs qy mMgxw lYxw duKu mnwie ]
iesu ByKY Qwvhu igrho Blw ijQhu ko vrswie ]
sbid rqy iqnw soJI peI dUjY Brim Bulwie ]
pieAY ikriq kmwvxw khxw kCU n jwie ]
nwnk jo iqsu Bwvih sy Bly ijn kI piq pwvih Qwie ]1]
m: 3]
siqguir syivAY sdw suKu jnm mrx duKu jwie ]
icMqw mUil n hoveI AicMqu vsY min Awie ]
AMqir qIrQu igAwnu hY siqguir dIAw buJwie ]
mYlu geI mnu inrmlu hoAw AMimRq sir qIriQ nwie]
sjx imly sjxw scY sbid suBwie ]
Gr hI prcw pwieAw joqI joiq imlwie ]
pwKMif jmkwlu n CofeI lY jwsI piq gvwie ]
nwnk nwim rqy sy aubry scy isau ilv lwie ]2]
pauVI ]
iqqu jwie bhhu sqsMgqI ijQY hir kw hir nwmu ibloeIAY ]
shjy hI hir nwmu lyhu hir qqu n KoeIAY ]
inq jipAhu hir hir idnsu rwiq hir drgh FoeIAY ]
so pwey pUrw sqgurU ijsu Duir msqik illwit ilKoeIAY ]
iqsu gur kMau siB nmskwru krhu ijin hir kI hir gwl gloeIAY ]4]

(AMg: 586)


SALOK of THIRD MEHL
Meeting the True Guru, hunger departs;
hunger does not depart by wearing the robes of a beggar.
Afflicted with pain, he wanders from house to house, and in the world hereafter, he receives double punishment.
Intuitive peace does not come to his inner being - he is not content to eat what comes his way.
With his stubborn mind, he begs, and grabs, and annoys those who give.
Instead of wearing these beggar’s robes, it is better to be a householder, and give to others.
Those who are attuned to the Word of the Shabad, acquire understanding;
the others wander, deluded by doubt.
They act according to their past actions;
it is useless to talk to them.
O Nanak, those who are pleasing to God are good;
He upholds their honor.
|| 1 ||
THIRD MEHL
Serving the True Guru, one finds a lasting peace;
the pains of birth and death are removed.
He is not troubled by anxiety;
the carefree Lord comes to dwell in the mind.
Deep within, is the sacred shrine of spiritual wisdom, revealed by the True Guru.
Filth is removed, and the mind becomes pure, bathing in the sacred shrine, the pool of Ambrosial Nectar.
The friend meets with the True Friend, the Lord, through the love of the Shabad.
Within the home of his heart, he finds the Divine Self, and his light blends with the Light.
The Messenger of Death does not leave the hypocrite;
he is led away in dishonor.
O Nanak, those who are attuned to the Naam are saved;
they are in love with the True Lord.
|| 2 ||
PAUREE
Go, and sit in the Sat Sangat, the True Congregation, where the Name of the Lord is churned.
In peace and poise, contemplate the Lord’s Name - don’t lose the essence of the Lord.
Chant the Name of the Lord, Har, Har, constantly, day and night, and you shall be accepted in the Court of the Lord.
He alone finds the Perfect True Guru, on whose forehead such pre-ordained destiny is written.
Let everyone bow in worship to the Guru, who speaks the sermon of the Lord.
|| 4 ||

(This Hukam occurs on Ang: 586 of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji's Saroop)


sloku m: 3 ]
siqguir imilAY BuK geI ByKI BuK n jwie ]
duiK lgY Gir Gir iPrY AgY dUxI imlY sjwie ]
AMdir shju n AwieE shjy hI lY Kwie ]
mnhiT ijs qy mMgxw lYxw duKu mnwie ]
iesu ByKY Qwvhu igrho Blw ijQhu ko vrswie ]
sbid rqy iqnw soJI peI dUjY Brim Bulwie ]
pieAY ikriq kmwvxw khxw kCU n jwie ]
nwnk jo iqsu Bwvih sy Bly ijn kI piq pwvih Qwie ]1]
m: 3]
siqguir syivAY sdw suKu jnm mrx duKu jwie ]
icMqw mUil n hoveI AicMqu vsY min Awie ]
AMqir qIrQu igAwnu hY siqguir dIAw buJwie ]
mYlu geI mnu inrmlu hoAw AMimRq sir qIriQ nwie]
sjx imly sjxw scY sbid suBwie ]
Gr hI prcw pwieAw joqI joiq imlwie ]
pwKMif jmkwlu n CofeI lY jwsI piq gvwie ]
nwnk nwim rqy sy aubry scy isau ilv lwie ]2]
pauVI ]
iqqu jwie bhhu sqsMgqI ijQY hir kw hir nwmu ibloeIAY ]
shjy hI hir nwmu lyhu hir qqu n KoeIAY ]
inq jipAhu hir hir idnsu rwiq hir drgh FoeIAY ]
so pwey pUrw sqgurU ijsu Duir msqik illwit ilKoeIAY ]
iqsu gur kMau siB nmskwru krhu ijin hir kI hir gwl gloeIAY ]4]

(AMg: 586)