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Gurbani | GOBIND CHARAN KO | Read Guru Ram Das Ji's Shabad along with Bhai Davinder Singh Sodhi

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Published on Mar 13, 2011

This Shabad is composed by Guru Ram Das Ji in Raag Saarang and is on Page 1198 in Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

Gobind Charnan Ko Balihaari is by Bhai Davinder Singh Sodhi. This Gurbani Kirtan is brought to you by WolrdGurudwara.com. Helping you learn the correct pronunciation and meaning of Shabad Gurbani.

Bhai Davinder Singh Sodhi has graced this shabad with his melodious voice.

gobindh charanan ko balihaaree |
I am a sacrifice to the Feet of the Lord of the Universe.

bhavajal jagath n jaaee tharanaa jap har har paar outhaaree |1| rehaao |
I cannot swim across the terrifying world ocean. But chanting the Name of the Lord, Har, Har, I am carried across across. ||1||Pause||

hiradhai pratheeth banee prabh kaeree saevaa surath beechaaree |
Faith in God came to fill my heart; I serve Him intuitively, and contemplate Him.

anadhin raam naam jap hiradhai sarab kalaa gunakaaree |1|
Night and day, I chant the Lord's Name within my heart; it is all-powerful and virtuous. ||1||

prabh agam agochar raviaa srab thaaee man than alakh apaaree |
God is Inaccessible and Unfathomable, All-pervading everywhere, in all minds and bodies; He is Infinite and Invisible.

gur kirapaal bheae thab paaeiaa hiradhai alakh lakhaaree |2|
When the Guru bebomes merciful, then the Unseen Lord is seen within the heart. ||2||

anthar har naam sarab dharaneedhar saakath ko dhoor bhaeiaa ahankaaree |
Deep within the inner being is the Name of the Lord, the Support of the entire earth, but to the egotistical shaakta, the faithless cynic, He seems far away.

thrisanaa jalath n kabehoo boojhehi jooai baajee haaree |3|
His burning desire is never quenched, and he loses the game of life in the gamble. ||3||

oothath baithath har gun gaavehi gur kinchath kirapaa dhaaree |
Standing up and sitting down, the mortal sings the Glorious Praises of the Lord, when the Guru bestows even a tiny bit of His Grace.

naanak jin ko nadhar bhee hai thin kee paij savaaree |4|2|
O Nanak, those who are blessed by His Glance of Grace - He saves and protects their honor. ||4||2||

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Guru Ram Das (Punjabi: ਸ੍ਰੀ ਗੁਰੂ ਰਾਮ ਦਾਸ ਜੀ) (Born in Lahore, Punjab, Undivided India on 9 October 1534 -- 1 September 1581, Amritsar, Punjab, India) he became the fourth Sikh Guru on 30 August 1574 following in the footsteps of his father in law Guru Amar Das.

He was born in Lahore to a Sodhi family of Khatri clan. His father was Hari Das and mother Anup Devi, and his name was Jetha, 'first born'. His wife was Bibi Bhani, the younger daughter of Guru Amar Das, the third guru of the Sikhs. They had three sons: Prithi Chand, Mahadev and Arjan Dev.

As a Guru, one of his main contributions to Sikhism was organizing the structure of Sikh society. Additionally, he was the author of Laava, the hymns of the Marriage Rites, the designer of the Harmandir Sahib, and the planner and creator of the township of Ramdaspur (later Amritsar).

A hymn by Guru Ram Das from page 305 of the Guru Granth Sahib:

" One who calls himself a Sikh of the True Guru shall get up early morning and meditate on the Lord's Name. Make effort regularly to cleanse, bathe & dip in the ambrosial pool. Upon Guru's instructions, chant Har, Har singing which, all misdeeds, sins and pains shall go away. "

Guru Ram Das nominated Guru Arjan Dev, his youngest son, as the next Guru of the Sikhs.

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