From the Respected Sikh Scriptures, the Guru Granth Sahib, the sacred hymn at ang (appendage of the living body) 294 (page 294) (uttered by Guru Arjan Dev, the Fifth Nanak): Nanak Es (This) Jaan (arabic : slave) ko (to) sadaa (always) nameskar (salute) [ Sayeth Nanak, to this slave I bow]
jo jaanai this sadhaa sukh hoe ||
One who knows Him, obtains everlasting peace.
aap milaae leae prabh soe ||
God blends that one into Himself.
ouhu dhhanava(n)th kulava(n)th pathiva(n)th ||
He is wealth and prosperous, and of noble birth.
jeevan mukath jis ridhai bhagava(n)th ||
He is liberated while yet alive; the Lord God abides in his heart.
dhha(n)n dhha(n)n dhha(n)n jan aaeiaa ||
Treasure, Treasure!, Treasure is the coming of that humble being;
jis prasaadh sabh jagath tharaaeiaa ||
by his grace, the whole world is saved.
jan aavan kaa eihai suaao ||
This is his purpose in life;
jan kai sa(n)g chith aavai naao ||
in the Company of this humble slave (arabic – jaan), the Lord’s Name comes to mind.
aap mukath mukath karai sa(n)saar ||
He Himself is liberated, and He liberates the universe.
naanak this jan ko sadhaa namasakaar ||8||23||
O Nanak, to that slave, I bow in reverence forever. ||8||23||
Translation courtesy: AkalSevaEL (translation changes by Sardar for correspondence with Arabic)
According to Sikh Scripture, the Guru Granth Sahib is the directly revealed Word of God and the utterances therein are those of God (Dhur Ki Bani). The Sikh Religion does not assert that it is the only path to God. The Sikh Religion does not recognize the supremacy of worldly material power and in recognition thereof the Sikh Flag, The Nishaan Sahib (The Respected Mark Of God under the shadow of the Sikh Broadsword) has to fly higher than the flags of all the false materialists temporarily adorning the material world. By the respected utterance of The Lord Of The Falcons (baaj guru), The Khalsa shall emerge triumphant and be sovereign.
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