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The succession was spiritual and not dynastic. Meditation, austerities and self-discipline rest with You, while the others are filled with excessive pride. You are the Avataar, the Incarnation of ramkal all-knowing Primal Lord. He also refers to the many centres set up by Guru Amar Das throughout the length and breadth of the country for this purpose.
Ramkali Ki Vaar
The bards have described the coronation in the figures of crown and sceptre. He created Himself, and He Himself is the supporting pillar. You are the cooling peace, whose depth cannot be found. The four Gurus enlightened the four ages; the Lord Himself assumed the fifth form. The Rais and Dums, the bard clans, were Muslim by faith.
The Vdr comprises eight pauns or stanzas, of unequal length, varying from seven to twentyone lines with no slokas added. He made intuition his horse, and chastity his saddle. Who has lost, and who has won? Balvand declares that Guru Nanak set up the strong fortress of his spirituality solely on the bedrock of truth; Guru Arigad carried forward his teaching wielding his spiritual sword.
Satta refers to the new scat at Khadur established by Guru Arigad, for the propagation of the spiritual teachings of Guru Nanak. Satta, similarly speaks of the canopy spread out over the head of Lahina, i.
Ramkali Ki Vaar – Bhai Jarnail Singh
Personal tools Create account Log in. You eliminate the comings and goings of reincarnation, and bestow the insignia of Your Glance of Grace. He does as the Guru commands; He tasted the tasteless stone of Yoga. Whoever slanders You will be totally ruined and destroyed. Those self-willed manmukhs who do not serve the Guru die in shame. Whatever His Master gave, He spent; He distributed it all to be eaten. All His followers come and go; He alone is fresh and new.
Coronation Ode, is the joint composition of the bards Balvand and Satta. The two bards, for the first time spoke of joti, spirituality, and jugati, ideals of conduct, as combined in the vision of Nanak. Amritsar, Audio Listen on SikhRoots.
From east to west, He illuminates the four directions. One Universal Creator God. Whatever the Guru said, Lehna did, and so he was installed on the throne. Retrieved from ” http: Amritsar, Amole, S. Whatever the True Guru says, the True Lord does; it comes to ramkaali instantaneously. You are not pushed or shaken by the storm and the wind; you are like the Sumayr Mountain.
In the Guru’s Court, the Divine Light shines in its creative power.
The Master gave His kki, when Angad exerted Himself heroically. They were one in spirit Nanak, Arigad and Amar Das, though vwar in body. Nanak established the kingdom; He built the true fortress on the strongest foundations. You understand the four corners of the universe; in your mind, the Word of the Shabad is approved and supreme. Then, He rose like the sun to illuminate the darkness. Sana, again referring to Guru Nanak, says that he churned out the fourteen gems of Divine virtues; referring to Guru Amar Das, he says that he bestrode the steed of poise, had chastity for his saddle, truth for his bow and praise of the Lord for arrow.
Guru Granth Sahib Toggle navigation. This was entirely a new ministry that had been launched by the Supreme Being. This Vdr, ramakli again, describes and interprets the ideals and institutions of the Sikh tradition. Page by Page Random Hymn About.
You are unchanging, unfathomable and immeasurable; You have no end or limitation. The texture of the language and inflexions are peculiarly PUNJABI and in themselves have historical importance as evidence of the style current in such poetry in those times.
The lines in stanza II, hovai sifati khasamm di nuru arasahu kurasahu jhatlai, tudhu dithe sache pdiisdh malu janam janam di katlai, constitute the customary ramlali to the opening for recitation of the Guru Granth Sahib. Making the mountain his churning stick, and the snake-king his churning string, He has churned the Word of the Shabad.
The Guru bowed down to His disciple, while Nanak was still alive.
These evil-hearted ones became rebellious; they carry loads of sin on their backs. Blessed is Your place, and True is Your magnificent glory.