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Sri Sarbloh Granth Sahib Bani Translated

http://sikh-reality.blogspot.ca/2009/10/sarbloh-guru-granth-sahib-
bani.html
Please accept my apologizes if I have made any mistakes in copying out the gurmukhi.

*Unicode Gurmukhi:There are some faults with the unicode as I could not put an aunkaar under an Ooraa. Also
I had problems with the letter Eeree when using any sort of sihari or lavan on it. On the aaraa I could not put a
kanna. All the lagan mathrey are there however, it may just look at bit weird.



Ang 495 of Sarbloh Granth Tika

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By the command of Akal Purkh, [the Khalsa was created] with the form of [sacred]Muni's.
*Akali Baba Santha Singh Ji translates Munivar as King, so it would be Khalsa took the form of a King

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With the long hair from the topnot to the nail of the toe, like a Muni, and the form of both a devoted
worshipper [bhagat] and warrior [soor].

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The 'Chakarvarti Raj' [Kingdom which is victorious wherever the Army is present] has been given by the Lord,
not even Dharamraj has been given such a high status

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From where the sun rises to where it sets, across all the oceans, [The Khalsa] has received the
timeless Raj [kingdom] from Sachkhand

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The Panth Khalsa has been created Pure, under the permission of the Lord, [the Khalsa] is shining bright [of
purity]


Duality [in the mind] was destroyed, they attained the highest position and became One [with the Lord], the
root of their bad [asur malech] qualities were destroyed.
Asur [demons] Malech [invaders] can also refer to the Turks at the time who were destroyed by the Khalsa.


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The manifestation of Panth Khalsa's Dharam [was created], they are the form of truth, liberation and purity.
*Akali Santha Singh Ji says thats Khalsa pure is Sat Shivan Roop, which he says is the roop of Rab (Sat means
that it refers to Nirankaar and not Shiv ji)
*Many people say that is refers to how Khalsa is Sat Shiv Saroop, the true form of Shiv Ji

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Kach, Kesh, and Kirpan these three signs made followers of the Guru the servants (also) of God
*Akali Santha Singh Ji says that, RaamDaas in this shabad means someone who does Kirtan, so the three
signs are kach kesh kirpan, and the followers of the Guru praise the Lord

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Worshippers of Akal and followers of the Kshatriya way, wearing a waistband [kamarkasa] they are the
supreme warriors.
*Akali Santha Singh Ji translates the second part of this as; the Khalsa is the highest warrior

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From forty men, five leaders of the Khalsa emerged

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They were the beloved Ajit Singh, Jujhar Singh, Fateh Singh, and Zorawar Singh


The fifth leader of the Khalsa who completes the total was the Satguru (Gobind Singh), he who revealed this
noble Panth

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Forty men were the seed of the Khalsa, powerful Singhs who won liberation

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Bhagavati was their mother, Akal Purakh their father, specially nurtured by them

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Seperated from all illusion they became his people, repeating Satinam, that most powerful of mantras

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They chanted it themselves and taught all others to chant it. Great devotees, they were in the Kaliyug









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On them was conferred the status of Guru Khalsa, and the Granth became the Guru

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They changed the word of the Satguru, repeating the Name of God (gobind) as their regular conservation
*Akali Santha Singh Ji translates this line as, Through the Shabad we speak (bolan) with the Satguru.
Repeating Gods name is our constant conservation/activity

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Singing kirtan became a religious rite and they became virtuous by praising God, whether standing or whether
sitting

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The pure Panth, which was the Khalsa came into being, that glorious Panth with four castes and four ashrams

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To behold it is to behold the Satguru, (its members) repeat the Gurus Word from the Guru Granth

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In twelve forms the Satguru appears, just as twelve rays of the sun reflect the light of God (Hari)

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The visible power of God is manifested in the Khalsa as (the doctrine of the Guru) Granth and (that of the
Guru) Panth

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Gobind is the servant of the victorious Satguru, he who reveals himself as the Khalsa and as the Guru Granth



(then Sarbloh granth carries on with its story, so we shall skip to ang 529 of the Tika of Sarbloh Granth)



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God has blessed the Khalsa with virtues such as those of bhagats, gianis, raj yogis

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Kshatriyas, those who perform religious rites for others, worshippers of one God, those who live apart from
others, ascetics, warriors, masters who bestride the world

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Hearing what God tells them in the scriptures, in the noble words of the (Bhagavad) Gita and the Upanishads,
they follow the auspicious, avoiding what is evil and live as devout and knowledgeable people.


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The Khalsa attained purity, as great as the One (nirankaar) who is above every stain

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To the Sikhs this teaching of the Guru is given, that these three must be your signs: kachh, kesh, kirpan

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Let this be your agreed way of life, then ten chief aims of the Khalsa

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Mercy, charity, preparedness, forgiveness, bathing, gentleness, purity, truth, loving regard

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Sadhs, siddhss, and gods regard devotion (bhagati) (as the supreme virtue)


The ten to be avoided

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Actions to be avoided (are those arising from) violence, pride, idleness, parsimony, (the exercise of harsh)
authority, cruelty, sloth, criticism of others, corruptness, and (eating) meat (prepared by a Muslim with the
recitation of) the Kalima. These are the characteristics of unbelievers
* In the tika it says that in some saroops it is written Kalmaa Maas Abhagat(i) Aanan, this is why it is
translated as Halal meat above.


Thus there are ten aims and ten things to be avoided.


The Khalsa is described as wise, acquiring a purity, which is equaled only by the One who is above all stain.

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The spirit wanders free within it, the evil god becomes a good god

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Rare is the privilege of attaining the status of the Khalsa, thus it is called Gods people

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W wave is no different from the water (it contains). A spirit is seen as Brahma or God

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Brahma is the spirit and the spirit is Brahma, just as the ocean is contained in a drop (of water) and the drop
(is contained) in the ocean

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What a marvel is the being of God (hari) ! How does one obtain the condition of the Satiguru?

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The condition of a Sikh is double the weight of both, based on the spirits gain

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I sing aloud of its greatness, limited in intellect and discernment though I be

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He me, oh sant! Hear the glory of the Khalsas condition and from it take strength

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In the (Bhagavad) Gita, Sri (Krishan) has described the exalted status of the devotee to Arjan:

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The devotees the wise man and the brave belond to my own caste (barnaa), since they all have attained
the true status of their soul


Commentators have attributed the views of the devotees to the Khalsa

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All have conferred the highest praise on the Khalsa, exalted it is above all.


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After this, Maharaj has a section called, Bisanupad Punyaaki Dev Palsee, Charpad Bakhshsh Hazoor. Then
Maharaj states, Khalsa Mero Roop Hai Khaas. It can be found here
http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php?title=Khalsa_Mahima