The Inner-knower, the Searcher of hearts, is in all places and interspaces.
Meditating, meditating in remembrance on the Perfect Transcendent Lord, I am rid of all anxieties and calculations. ||8||
One who has the Name of the Lord has hundreds of thousands and millions of arms.
The wealth of the Kirtan of the Lord's Praises is with him.
In His Mercy, God has blessed me with the sword of spiritual wisdom; I have attacked and killed the demons. ||9||
Chant the Chant of the Lord, the Chant of Chants.
Be a winner of the game of life and come to abide in your true home.
You shall not see the 8.4 million types of hell; sing His Glorious Praises and remain saturated with loving devotion||10||
He is the Savior of worlds and galaxies.
He is lofty, unfathomable, inaccessible and infinite.
That humble being, unto whom God grants His Grace, meditates on Him. ||11||
God has broken my bonds, and claimed me as His own.
In His Mercy, He has made me the slave of His home.
The unstruck celestial sound current resounds and vibrates, when one performs acts of true service. ||12||
O God, I have enshrined faith in You within my mind.
My egotistical intellect has been driven out.
God has made me His own, and now I have a glorious reputation in this world. ||13||
Proclaim His Glorious Victory, and meditate on the Lord of the Universe.
I am a sacrifice, a sacrifice to my Lord God.
I do not see any other except Him. The One Lord pervades the whole world. ||14||
True, True, True is God.
By Guru's Grace, my mind is attuned to Him forever.
Your humble servants live by meditating, meditating in remembrance on You, merging in You, O One Universal Creator. ||15||
The Dear Lord is the Beloved of His humble devotees.
My Lord and Master is the Savior of all.
Meditating in remembrance on the Naam, the Name of the Lord, all desires are fulfilled. He has saved the honor of servant Nanak. ||16||1||
Maaroo, Solahas, Fifth Mehl:
One Universal Creator God. By The Grace Of The True Guru:
The body-bride is attached to the Yogi, the husband-soul.
She is involved with him, enjoying pleasure and delights.
As a consequence of past actions, they have come together, enjoying pleasurable play. ||1||
Whatever the husband does, the bride willingly accepts.
The husband adorns his bride, and keeps her with himself.
Joining together, they live in harmony day and night; the husband comforts his wife. ||2||
When the bride asks, the husband runs around in all sorts of ways.
Whatever he finds, he brings to show his bride.
But there is one thing he cannot reach, and so his bride remains hungry and thirsty. ||3||
With her palms pressed together, the bride offers her prayer,
"O my beloved, do not leave me and go to foreign lands; please stay here with me.
Do such business within our home, that my hunger and thirst may be relieved." ||4||
All sorts of religious rituals are performed in this age,
but without the sublime essence of the Lord, not an iota of peace is found.
When the Lord becomes Merciful, O Nanak, then in the Sat Sangat, the True Congregation, the bride and the husband enjoy ecstasy and bliss. ||5||