Nanak has served the Perfect Guru, O my soul, who causes all to fall at His feet. ||3||
Serve such a Lord continuously, O my soul, who is the Great Lord and Master of all.
Those who single-mindedly worship Him in adoration, O my soul, are not subservient to anyone.
Serving the Guru, I have obtained the Mansion of the Lord's Presence, O my soul; all the slanderers and trouble-makers bark in vain.
Servant Nanak has meditated on the Name, O my soul; such is the pre-ordained destiny which the Lord written on his forehead. ||4||5||
Bihaagraa, Fourth Mehl:
All beings are Yours - You permeate them all. O my Lord God, You know what they do in their hearts.
The Lord is with them, inwardly and outwardly, O my soul; He sees everything, but the mortal denies the Lord in his mind.
The Lord is far away from the self-willed manmukhs, O my soul; all their efforts are in vain.
Servant Nanak, as Gurmukh, meditates on the Lord, O my soul; he beholds the Lord ever-present. ||1||
They are devotees, and they are servants, O my soul, who are pleasing to the Mind of my God.
They are robed in honor in the Court of the Lord, O my soul; night and day, they remain absorbed in the True Lord.
In their company, the filth of one's sins is washed away, O my soul; imbued with the Lord's Love, one comes to bear the Mark of His Grace.
Nanak offers his prayer to God, O my soul; joining the Saadh Sangat, the Company of the Holy, he is satisfied. ||2||
O tongue, chant the Name of God; O my soul, chanting the Name of the Lord, Har, Har, your desires shall be extinguished.
He, unto whom my Supreme Lord God shows Mercy, O my soul, enshrines the Name in his mind.
One who meets the Perfect True Guru, O my soul, obtains the treasure of the Lord's wealth.
By great good fortune, one joins the Company of the Holy, O my soul. O Nanak, sing the Glorious Praises of the Lord. ||3||
In the places and interspaces, O my soul, the Supreme Lord God, the Great Giver, is pervading.
His limits cannot be found, O my soul; He is the Perfect Architect of Destiny.
He cherishes all beings, O my soul, as the mother and father cherish their child.
By thousands of clever tricks, He cannot be obtained, O my soul; servant Nanak, as Gurmukh, has come to know the Lord. ||4||6|| First Set of Six||
Bihaagraa, Fifth Mehl, Chhant, First House:
One Universal Creator God. By The Grace Of The True Guru:
I have seen one miracle of the Lord, O my Dear Beloved - whatever He does is righteous and just.
The Lord has fashioned this beautiful arena, O my Dear Beloved, where all come and go.