The salient principals of Sikhism

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<> siq nwmu krqw purKu inrBau inrvYru Akwl mUriq AjUnI sYBM gur pRswid ] (1-1)
ik-oaNkaar sat naam kartaa purakh nirbha-o nirvair akaal moorat ajoonee saibhaN gur parsaad.
PageOne Universal Creator God. The Name Is Truth. Creative Being Personified. No Fear. No Hatred. Image Of The Undying, Beyond Birth, Self-Existent. By Guru's Grace ~

] jpu ] (1-3)
jap.
PageChant And Meditate:

Awid scu jugwid scu ] (1-4)
aad sach jugaad sach.
PageTrue In The Primal Beginning. True Throughout The Ages.

hY BI scu nwnk hosI BI scu ]1] (1-4)
hai bhee sach naanak hosee bhee sach. ||1||
PageTrue Here And Now. O Nanak, Forever And Ever True. ||1||

socY soic n hoveI jy socI lK vwr ] (1-5)
sochai soch na hova-ee jay sochee lakh vaar.
PageBy thinking, He cannot be reduced to thought, even by thinking hundreds of thousands of times.

cupY cup n hoveI jy lwie rhw ilv qwr ] (1-5)
chupai chup na hova-ee jay laa-ay rahaa liv taar.
PageBy remaining silent, inner silence is not obtained, even by remaining lovingly absorbed deep within.

BuiKAw BuK n auqrI jy bMnw purIAw Bwr ] (1-5)
bhukhi-aa bhukh na utree jay bannaa puree-aa bhaar.
PageThe hunger of the hungry is not appeased, even by piling up loads of worldly goods.

shs isAwxpw lK hoih q iek n clY nwil ] (1-6)
sahas si-aanpaa lakh hohi ta ik na chalai naal.
PageHundreds of thousands of clever tricks, but not even one of them will go along with you in the end.

ikv sicAwrw hoeIAY ikv kUVY qutY pwil ] (1-6)
kiv sachi-aaraa ho-ee-ai kiv koorhai tutai paal.
PageSo how can you become truthful? And how can the veil of illusion be torn away?

hukim rjweI clxw nwnk iliKAw nwil ]1] (1-7)
hukam rajaa-ee chalnaa naanak likhi-aa naal. ||1||
PageO Nanak, it is written that you shall obey the Hukam of His Command, and walk in the Way of His Will. ||1||

hukmI hovin Awkwr hukmu n kihAw jweI ] (1-7)
hukmee hovan aakaar hukam na kahi-aa jaa-ee.
PageBy His Command, bodies are created; His Command cannot be described.

hukmI hovin jIA hukim imlY vifAweI ] (1-8)
hukmee hovan jee-a hukam milai vadi-aa-ee.
PageBy His Command, souls come into being; by His Command, glory and greatness are obtained.

hukmI auqmu nIcu hukim iliK duK suK pweIAih ] (1-8)
hukmee utam neech hukam likh dukh sukh paa-ee-ah.
PageBy His Command, some are high and some are low; by His Written Command, pain and pleasure are obtained.

ieknw hukmI bKsIs ieik hukmI sdw BvweIAih ] (1-9)
iknaa hukmee bakhsees ik hukmee sadaa bhavaa-ee-ah.
PageSome, by His Command, are blessed and forgiven; others, by His Command, wander aimlessly forever.

hukmY AMdir sBu ko bwhir hukm n koie ] (1-9)
hukmai andar sabh ko baahar hukam na ko-ay.
PageEveryone is subject to His Command; no one is beyond His Command.

nwnk hukmY jy buJY q haumY khY n koie ]2] (1-10)
naanak hukmai jay bujhai ta ha-umai kahai na ko-ay. ||2||
PageO Nanak, one who understands His Command, does not speak in ego. ||2||

gwvY ko qwxu hovY iksY qwxu ] (1-10)
gaavai ko taan hovai kisai taan.
PageSome sing of His Power-who has that Power?

gwvY ko dwiq jwxY nIswxu ] (1-11)
gaavai ko daat jaanai neesaan.
PageSome sing of His Gifts, and know His Sign and Insignia.

gwvY ko gux vifAweIAw cwr ] (1-11)
gaavai ko gun vadi-aa-ee-aa chaar.
PageSome sing of His Glorious Virtues, Greatness and Beauty.

gwvY ko ividAw ivKmu vIcwru ] (1-11)
gaavai ko vidi-aa vikham veechaar.
PageSome sing of knowledge obtained of Him, through difficult philosophical studies.

gwvY ko swij kry qnu Kyh ] (1-12)
gaavai ko saaj karay tan khayh.
PageSome sing that He fashions the body, and then again reduces it to dust.

gwvY ko jIA lY iPir dyh ] (1-12)
gaavai ko jee-a lai fir dayh.
PageSome sing that He takes life away, and then again restores it.

gwvY ko jwpY idsY dUir ] (1-12)
gaavai ko jaapai disai door.
PageSome sing that He seems so very far away.

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