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KNOW THYSELF By Navleen Kaur
WHO AM I? QUESTION GIVES BIRTH TO AN ANSWER. IF THERE IS NO QUESTION THERE IS NO ANSWER. ¡ GURU QUESTIONS AND GIVES ANSWERS. ¡ THE DIALOGUE MANIFESTS ITSELF IN SGGS. ¡
UDASI…MEETS THE NIVASI. . ¡ First time Guru Nanak met the Sidhs at the Sumel Parbath he appeared as an Udasi dressed as one and was accompanied by Bala, 12 years having left kids and family. BABAI PEKH BANAIYA UDASI DE REET CHALAEE. Then he returned he became gristh, worked, raised a family.
SIDHS ARRIVED TO ACHAL BATALA ¡ The Sidhs would come to this mela and although Guru Sahib had returned to Gristh (family) life he chose to meet the friends he had made in the jungle. By this time, as well as being a householder he had established sangat in Kartarpur. The Sidhs recognised UDASI Guru Nanak and began questions.
GURU NANAK JUSTIFIES If I traveled it was to find good people, my purpose is one. ¡ SACH VAKHIR KAI HUM VANJARAY. ¡ I want to live my life as an householder with family, we are questioning the truth. We do not know that feeding our SANTAAN. ¡ Wealth is not needed, wealth is our Sikhi ¡
WHY DID YOU CHANGE? ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ iksu kwrix ig. Rhu qij. E audws. I ] iksu kwrix iehu By. Ku invws. I ] iksu v. Kr ky qum vxjwry ] ikau kir sw. Qu lµGwvhu pwry ] "Why have you left your house and become a wandering Udaasee? Why have you adopted these religious robes? What merchandise do you trade? How will you carry others across with you? ""||
ANSWERING YOUR QUESTIONS ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ gurmui. K Kojq Bey audws. I ] drsn k. Y qwe. I By. K invws. I ] swc v. Kr ky hm vxjwry ] nwnk gurmui. K auqris pwry I became a wandering Udaasee, searching for the Gurmukhs. I have adopted these robes seeking the Blessed Vision of the Vaheguru's Darshan. I trade in the merchandise of Truth. O Nanak, as Gurmukh, I carry others across.
¡I left the UDASI to join the NIVASI. ¡RABI SIDHANT IS MY REAL NIVAAS
Who is Guru? ¡ ¡ ¡ kvx m. Ulu kvx miq vylw ] qyrw kvxu gur. U ijs kw q. U cylw ] kvx k. Qw ly rhhu inrwly ] bol. Y nwnku suxhu qum bwly ] eysu k. Qw kw dyie b. Icwru ] Bvjlu sbid lµGwvxhwru ]43] "What is the root, the source of all? What teachings hold for these times? Who is your guru? Whose disciple are you? What is that speech, by which you remain unattached? Listen to what we say, O Nanak, you little boy. Give us your opinion on what we have said. How can the Shabad carry us across the terrifying world-ocean? ""||43||
ANSWERING YOUR QUESTION ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ pvn Ar. MBu siqgur miq vylw ] sbdu gur. U suriq Duin cylw ] Ak. Qw ly rhau inrwlw ] nwnk juig gur gopwlw ] eyku sbdu ijqu k. Qw v. Icwr. I ] gurmui. K haum. Y Agin invwr. I ]44] From the air came the beginning. This is the age of the True Guru's Teachings. The Shabad is the Guru, upon whom I lovingly focus my consciousness; I am the chaylaa, the disciple. Speaking the Unspoken Speech, I remain unattached. O Nanak, throughout the ages, Vaheuru - the Lord of the World is my Guru. I contemplate the sermon of the Shabad, the Word of the One God. The Gurmukh puts out the fire of egotism. ||44||
Bhai Gurdaas Ji’s comments: ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ bwby k. Iq. I is. D go. St Sbd SWiq is. DW ivc Awe. I ] ijx mylw i. Svrwq dw Kt dr. Sn Awdy. S krwe. I] is. D boln Su. B bcn DMn nwnk qyr. I vf. I kmwe. I] vfw pur. K p. Rgit. Aw kiljug AMdr joq jgwe. I] myil. EN bwbw aui. TAw mulqwny d. I iz. Awrq jwe. I] Ago. N p. Ir mulqwn dy du. D ktorw Br l. Y Awe. I] bwby k. F kr bgl qy c. Mbyl. I du`D ivc imlwe. I] ijau. N swgr ivc g. Mg smwe. I ]ôô] Baba has discussions with the Sidhs and because of the energy of the shabad those Sidhs attained peace. Conquering the Sivratri fair Baba made the followers of six philosophies bow. Now, speaking benign words, the Siddhs said, Nanak, your achievement is great. You, emerging like a greatman in kalyug have diffused the light (of knowledge) all around. Getting up from that fair, Baba went to the pilgrimage of Multan. In Multan, the Peer presented a bowl of milk filled up to brims (which means That Faqirs here already in plenty). Baba took out a jasmine flower from his bag and floated it on the milk (which meant that he wasn’t going to put anybody to trouble). It was such a scene as if the Ganges were merging into the sea.