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Interpretation in English :

SALOK of THIRD MEHL

O Nanak, without meeting the True Guru, the world is blind;
in blindness, it does its deeds.
It does not focus its consciousness on the Word of the Shabad, which would bring peace to abide in the mind.
Always afflicted with the dark passions of low energy, it wanders around, passing its days and nights burning.
Whatever pleases Him, comes to pass;
no one has any say in this.
|| 1 ||
THIRD MEHL

The True Guru has commanded us to do this
through the Guru’s Gate, meditate on your Lord and Master.
The Lord and Master is ever-present.
He rips away the veil of doubt, and installs His Light deep within.
The Name of the Lord is Ambrosial Nectar — take this healing medicine! Enshrine the Will of the True Guru in your consciousness, and make the Love of the True One your self-discipline.
O Nanak, you shall be kept in peace here, and hereafter you shall celebrate with the Lord.
|| 2 ||
PAUREE

He Himself is the vast variety of Nature, and He Himself makes it bear fruit.
He Himself is the Gardener, He Himself irrigates all the plants, and He Himself puts them in His mouth.
He Himself is the Creator, and He Himself is the Enjoyer;
He Himself gives, and inspires others to give.
He Himself is the Lord and Master, and He Himself is the Protector;
He Himself is pervading everywhere.
Servant Nanak speaks of the greatness of the Lord, the Creator, who has no greed at all.
|| 15 ||
(This HukamNama occurs on Ang: 554 of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.)

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The above HukamNama is displayed in the same manner as the Gurbani appears in the Puratan Saroop of Guru Granth Sahib Ji, at Sri Darbar Sahib - without spacing between words.

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