ASA DEE VAAR PDF

Tweet Asa di Vaar Asa-di-varmeans A ballad of hope; it is one of the basic sacred compositions for the Sikhs and is sung every morning in congregation in gurdwaras. The Var is an heroic ode which describes the brave deeds of a hero. It is generally sung to inspire armies going to battle or to inspire people with martial spirit. The Asa-di-var is normally sung in the Ass raga. It consists of 24 stanzas Pauris and 44 Staves Salokas and was originated by Guru Nanak later, Guru Angad added another 15 staves of his own.

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Zolozuru Great is His greatness, as True is His justice. A few are given below: From her, kings are born. Even though the Guru also puts a premium on discrimination-Bibek-Budhi—leaming to sort good from bad, he emphatically refutes any belief that austerities like fasting, bathing, ritual worship have spiritual merit. They live in eternal bliss, day and night; they are the dust of the feet of the virtuous.

Even if you remove the signs of old age, old age shall still come in the guise of death. If it is so pre-ordained, then one obtains the dust of the feet of the Saints. One who does not wear any clothes, ahinis kahrai. Whatever is in the mind, comes forth; spoken words by themselves are just wind. Wonderful is hunger, wonderful is satisfaction. One knows the Truth only when he receives true instruction. You Yourself grant them glory, ree You Yourself cause them to act.

Their subjects are blind, and without wisdom, they try to please the will of the dead. The man-eaters say their prayers. There is a famine of Truth; falsehood prevails, and the blackness of the Dark Age of Kali Yuga has turned men into demons. Only those whose karma You have pre-ordained from the very beginning, O Lord, meditate on You. One who meets the True Guru finds peace. Nanak is a slave to anyone who understands this mystery of the assa Lord; he himself is the Immaculate Divine Lord.

In ego they give, and in ego they take. If one accepts the concept of impurity, then there is impurity everywhere. He reads our hearts and is not affected vxar only recitations of holy texts, markings on the fore-head with sandal-wood paste, cooking food within plastered squares, offering of choice dishes and libations of water, or by the barley-rolls and leafy platters, served to priests for the benefit of the dead.

He brought the Elysian Tree for his milk-maid, and revelled in Brindaaban. Reading and studying them, four doctrines are found. In the minds of the virtuous, contentment is produced, thinking about their giving. These things are done to win popular acclaim or to appease priests. The simmal tree is straight as an arrow; it is very tall, and very thick. O Nanak, then, one obtains vaarr.

Great is His greatness, as permanent as His Throne. The pure foods, which no one else has touched, are placed before him. The Var is an heroic ode which describes the brave deeds of a hero. O Nanak, without treatment, the raw fabric cannot be dyed. Learned fools are those in love with scepticism and doubt. O Nanak, they are totally permeated with falsehood.

In ego they lose social status and class. One obtains great pain, in the love of duality. In the Golden Age of Sat Yuga, contentment was the chariot and righteousness the charioteer. Unto whom should we speak, O Nanak, when He Himself is all-in-all? Nanak speaks this prayer to those who have Truth in their laps. With saddled horses, as fast as the wind, and harems decorated in every way. Thus the Lord of the World, the Great Giver is obtained.

They tax the cows and the Brahmins, but the cow-dung they apply to their kitchen will not save them. The four Vedas each claim to be true.

They are abandoned in the field, says Nanak, and they have a hundred masters to please. Accepting bread from the Muslim rulers, they still worship the Puraanas. O Nanak, all these things are false. He enshrines the Name of the Lord in his mind. All call You their own, Lord; one who does not own You, is picked up and thrown away. Hearing the Name, the mind is enraptured; then, he attains the gate of salvation.

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Asa di Var

Zolozuru Great is His greatness, as True is His justice. A few are given below: From her, kings are born. Even though the Guru also puts a premium on discrimination-Bibek-Budhi—leaming to sort good from bad, he emphatically refutes any belief that austerities like fasting, bathing, ritual worship have spiritual merit. They live in eternal bliss, day and night; they are the dust of the feet of the virtuous. Even if you remove the signs of old age, old age shall still come in the guise of death. If it is so pre-ordained, then one obtains the dust of the feet of the Saints.

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Nami In the Fear of God, multitudes come and go. But what can be achieved by bowing the head, when the heart is impure? He is called the most insipid of the insipid; the most insipid of the insipid is his reputation. Even if you remove the signs of old age, old age shall still come in the guise of death. Var to their actions, so do all people dance.

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Mumi You are commenting using your Facebook account. Hearing the Name, the mind is enraptured; then, he attains the gate of salvation. Nanak is a slave to vaarr who understands this mystery of the all-pervading Lord; he himself is the Immaculate Divine Lord. Those who wield the knife wear the sacred thread around their necks. Gobind Singh Mansukhani These two are natural events being ordained by God. You are the Creator Lord; I can do nothing. Asa Di Vaar Let there be no rudeness or discourtesy between one person and another.

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