ko-ee aan milaavai mayraa pareetam pi-aaraa ha-o tis peh aap vaychaa-ee

rwgu sUhI AstpdIAw mhlw 4 Gru 2 (757-10)
raag soohee asatpadee-aa mehlaa 4 ghar 2
Raag Soohee, Ashtapadees, Fourth Mehl, Second House:


koeI Awix imlwvY myrw pRIqmu ipAwrw hau iqsu pih Awpu vycweI ]1]
ko-ee aan milaavai mayraa pareetam pi-aaraa ha-o tis peh aap vaychaa-ee. ||1||
If only someone would come, and lead me to meet my Darling Beloved; I would sell myself to him. ||1||

drsnu hir dyKx kY qweI ]
darsan har daykhan kai taa-ee.
I long for the Blessed Vision of the Lord's Darshan.

ik®pw krih qw siqguru mylih hir hir nwmu iDAweI ]1] rhwau ]
kirpaa karahi taa satgur mayleh har har naam Dhi-aa-ee. ||1|| rahaa-o.
When the Lord shows Mercy unto me, then I meet the True Guru; I meditate on the Name of the Lord, Har, Har. ||1||Pause||

jy suKu dyih q quJih ArwDI duiK BI quJY iDAweI ]2]
jay sukh deh ta tujheh araaDhee dukh bhee tujhai Dhi-aa-ee. ||2||
If You will bless me with happiness, then I will worship and adore You. Even in pain, I will meditate on You. ||2||

jy BuK dyih q ieq hI rwjw duK ivic sUK mnweI ]3]
jay bhukh deh ta it hee raajaa dukh vich sookh manaa-ee. ||3||
Even if You give me hunger, I will still feel satisfied; I am joyful, even in the midst of sorrow. ||3||

qnu mnu kwit kwit sBu ArpI ivic AgnI Awpu jlweI ]4]
tan man kaat kaat sabh arpee vich agnee aap jalaa-ee. ||4||
I would cut my mind and body apart into pieces, and offer them all to You; I would burn myself in fire. ||4||

pKw PyrI pwxI Fovw jo dyvih so KweI ]5]
pakhaa fayree paanee dhovaa jo dayveh so khaa-ee. ||5||
I wave the fan over You, and carry water for You; whatever You give me, I take. ||5||

nwnku grIbu Fih pieAw duAwrY hir myil lYhu vifAweI ]6]
naanak gareeb dheh pa-i-aa du-aarai har mayl laihu vadi-aa-ee. ||6||
Poor Nanak has fallen at the Lord's Door; please, O Lord, unite me with Yourself, by Your Glorious Greatness. ||6||

AKI kwiF DrI crxw qil sB DrqI iPir mq pweI ]7]
akhee kaadh Dharee charnaa tal sabh Dhartee fir mat paa-ee. ||7||
Taking out my eyes, I place them at Your Feet; after travelling over the entire earth, I have come to understand this. ||7||

jy pwis bhwlih qw quJih ArwDI jy mwir kFih BI iDAweI ]8]
jay paas bahaaleh taa tujheh araaDhee jay maar kadheh bhee Dhi-aa-ee. ||8||
If You seat me near You, then I worship and adore You. Even if You beat me and drive me out, I will still meditate on You. ||8||

jy loku slwhy qw qyrI aupmw jy inMdY q Coif n jweI ]9]
jay lok salaahay taa tayree upmaa jay nindai ta chhod na jaa-ee. ||9||
If people praise me, the praise is Yours. Even if they slander me, I will not leave You. ||9||

jy quDu vil rhY qw koeI ikhu AwKau quDu ivsirAY mir jweI ]10]
jay tuDh val rahai taa ko-ee kihu aakha-o tuDh visri-ai mar jaa-ee. ||10||
If You are on my side, then anyone can say anything. But if I were to forget You, then I would die. ||10||

vwir vwir jweI gur aUpir pY pYrI sMq mnweI ]11]
vaar vaar jaa-ee gur oopar pai pairee sant manaa-ee. ||11||
I am a sacrifice, a sacrifice to my Guru; falling at His Feet, I surrender to the Saintly Guru. ||11||

nwnku ivcwrw BieAw idvwnw hir qau drsn kY qweI ]12]
naanak vichaaraa bha-i-aa divaanaa har ta-o darsan kai taa-ee. ||12||
Poor Nanak has gone insane, longing for the Blessed Vision of the Lord's Darshan. ||12||

JKVu JwgI mIhu vrsY BI guru dyKx jweI ]13]
jhakharh jhaagee meehu varsai bhee gur daykhan jaa-ee. ||13||
Even in violent storms and torrential rain, I go out to catch a glimpse of my Guru. ||13||

smuMdu swgru hovY bhu Kwrw gurisKu liG gur pih jweI ]14]
samund saagar hovai baho khaaraa gursikh langh gur peh jaa-ee. ||14||
Even though the oceans and the salty seas are very vast, the GurSikh will cross over it to get to his Guru. ||14||

ijau pRwxI jl ibnu hY mrqw iqau isKu gur ibnu mir jweI ]15]
ji-o paraanee jal bin hai martaa ti-o sikh gur bin mar jaa-ee. ||15||
Just as the mortal dies without water, so does the Sikh die without the Guru. ||15||

ijau DrqI soB kry jlu brsY iqau isKu gur imil ibgsweI ]16]
ji-o Dhartee sobh karay jal barsai ti-o sikh gur mil bigsaa-ee. ||16||
Just as the earth looks beautiful when the rain falls, so does the Sikh blossom forth meeting the Guru. ||16||

syvk kw hoie syvku vrqw kir kir ibnau bulweI ]17]
sayvak kaa ho-ay sayvak vartaa kar kar bin-o bulaa-ee. ||17||
I long to be the servant of Your servants; I call upon You reverently in prayer. ||17||

nwnk kI bynqI hir pih gur imil gur suKu pweI ]18]
naanak kee baynantee har peh gur mil gur sukh paa-ee. ||18||
Nanak offers this prayer to the Lord, that he may meet the Guru, and find peace. ||18||

qU Awpy guru cylw hY Awpy gur ivcu dy quJih iDAweI ]19]
too aapay gur chaylaa hai aapay gur vich day tujheh Dhi-aa-ee. ||19||
You Yourself are the Guru, and You Yourself are the chaylaa, the disciple; through the Guru, I meditate on You. ||19||

jo quDu syvih so qUhY hovih quDu syvk pYj rKweI ]20]
jo tuDh sayveh so toohai hoveh tuDh sayvak paij rakhaa-ee. ||20||
Those who serve You, become You. You preserve the honor of Your servants. ||20||

BMfwr Bry BgqI hir qyry ijsu BwvY iqsu dyvweI ]21]
bhandaar bharay bhagtee har tayray jis bhaavai tis dayvaa-ee. ||21||
O Lord, Your devotional worship is a treasure over-flowing. One who loves You, is blessed with it. ||21||

ijsu qUM dyih soeI jnu pwey hor inhPl sB cqurweI ]22]
jis tooN deh so-ee jan paa-ay hor nihfal sabh chaturaa-ee. ||22||
That humble being alone receives it, unto whom You bestow it. All other clever tricks are fruitless. ||22||

ismir ismir ismir guru Apunw soieAw mnu jwgweI ]23]
simar simar simar gur apunaa so-i-aa man jaagaa-ee. ||23||
Remembering, remembering, remembering my Guru in meditation, my sleeping mind is awakened. ||23||

ieku dwnu mMgY nwnku vycwrw hir dwsin dwsu krweI ]24]
ik daan mangai naanak vaychaaraa har daasan daas karaa-ee. ||24||
Poor Nanak begs for this one blessing, that he may become the slave of the slaves of the Lord. ||24||

jy guru iJVky q mITw lwgY jy bKsy q gur vifAweI ]25]
jay gur jhirhkay ta meethaa laagai jay bakhsay ta gur vadi-aa-ee. ||25||
Even if the Guru rebukes me, He still seems very sweet to me. And if He actually forgives me, that is the Guru's greatness. ||25||

gurmuiK bolih so Qwie pwey mnmuiK ikCu Qwie n pweI ]26]
gurmukh boleh so thaa-ay paa-ay manmukh kichh thaa-ay na paa-ee. ||26||
That which Gurmukh speaks is certified and approved. Whatever the self-willed manmukh says is not accepted. ||26||

pwlw kkru vrP vrsY gurisKu gur dyKx jweI ]27]
paalaa kakar varaf varsai gursikh gur daykhan jaa-ee. ||27||
Even in the cold, the frost and the snow, the GurSikh still goes out to see his Guru. ||27||

sBu idnsu rYix dyKau guru Apunw ivic AKI gur pYr DrweI ]28]
sabh dinas rain daykh-a-u gur apunaa vich akhee gur pair Dharaa-ee. ||28||
All day and night, I gaze upon my Guru; I install the Guru's Feet in my eyes. ||28||

Anyk aupwv krI gur kwrix gur BwvY so Qwie pweI ]29]
anayk upaav karee gur kaaran gur bhaavai so thaa-ay paa-ee. ||29||
I make so many efforts for the sake of the Guru; only that which pleases the Guru is accepted and approved. ||29||

rYix idnsu gur crx ArwDI dieAw krhu myry sweI ]30]
rain dinas gur charan araaDhee da-i-aa karahu mayray saa-ee. ||30||
Night and day, I worship the Guru's Feet in adoration; have Mercy upon me, O my Lord and Master. ||30||

nwnk kw jIau ipMfu gurU hY gur imil iqRpiq AGweI ]31]
naanak kaa jee-o pind guroo hai gur mil taripat aghaa-ee. ||31||
The Guru is Nanak's body and soul; meeting the Guru, he is satisfied and satiated. ||31||

nwnk kw pRBu pUir rihE hY jq kq qq gosweI ]32]1]
naanak kaa parabh poor rahi-o hai jat kat tat gosaa-ee. ||32||1||
Nanak's God is perfectly permeating and all-pervading. Here and there and everywhere, the Lord of the Universe. ||32||1||