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Interpretation in English :

The Guru is the ocean, filled with pearls.
The Saints gather in the Ambrosial Nectar;
they do not go far away from there.
They taste the subtle essence of the Lord;
they are loved by God.
Within this pool, the swans find their Lord, the Lord of their souls.
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What can the poor crane accomplish by bathing in the mud puddle?
It sinks into the mire, and its filth is not washed away.
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Pause || After careful deliberation, the thoughtful person takes a step.
Forsaking duality, he becomes a devotee of the Formless Lord.
He obtains the treasure of liberation, and enjoys the sublime essence of the Lord.
His comings and goings end, and the Guru protects him.
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The swan do not leave this pool.
In loving devotional worship, they merge in the Celestial Lord.
The swans are in the pool, and the pool is in the swans.
They speak the Unspoken Speech, and they honor and revere the Guruís Word.
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The Yogi, the Primal Lord, sits within the celestial sphere of deepest Samaadhi.
He is not male, and He is not female;
how can anyone describe Him?
The three worlds continue to center their attention on His Light.
The silent sages and the Yogic masters seek the Sanctuary of the True Lord.
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The Lord is the source of bliss, the support of the helpless.
The Gurmukhs worship and contemplate the Celestial Lord.
God is the Lover of His devotees, the Destroyer of fear.
Subduing ego, one meets the Lord, and places his feet on the Path.
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He makes many efforts, but still, the Messenger of Death tortures him.
Destined only to die, he comes into the world.
He wastes this precious human life through duality.
He does not know his own self, and trapped by doubts, he cries out in pain.
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Speak, read and hear of the One Lord.
The Support of the earth shall bless you with courage, righteousness and protection.
Chastity, purity and self-restraint are infused into the heart, when one centers his mind in the fourth state.
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They are immaculate and true, and filth does not stick to them.
Through the Word of the Guruís Shabad, their doubt and fear depart.
The form and personality of the Primal Lord are incomparably beautiful.
Nanak begs for the Lord, the Embodiment of Truth.
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(This HukamNama occurs on Ang: 685 of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.)

Q: Why doesn't the above HukamNama contain any spaces between words ?

A: The HukamNama is displayed in the same manner as the Gurbani appears in the Puratan Saroop of Guru Granth Sahib Ji, at Sri Darbar Sahib.   For more details, please read the article titled GURU GRANTH SAHIB - PAD-CHHED PRINTING section under Gurmat Articles.

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