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Dharam khand kaa ayho Dharam. gi-aan khand kaa aakhhu karam.
The Kingdom of Dharma has set rules. Speak of the qualities of the realm of knowledge.
kaytay pavan paanee vaisantar kaytay kaan mahays.
So many winds, waters and fires; so many Krishnas and Shivas
kaytay barmay ghaarhat gharhee-ahi roop rang kay vays.
So many Brahmas fashioning forms of great beauty, adorned and dressed in many colors.
kaytee-aa karam bhoomee mayr kaytay kaytay Dhoo updays.
So many worlds and lands for working out karma. So very many lessons to be learned!
kaytay ind chand soor kaytay kaytay mandal days.
So many Indras, so many moons and suns, so many worlds and lands.
kaytay siDh buDh naath kaytay kaytay dayvee vays.
So many Siddhas and Buddhas, so many Yogic masters. So many goddesses of various kinds.
kaytay dayv daanav mun kaytay kaytay ratan samund.
So many demi-gods and demons, so many silent sages. So many oceans of jewels.
kaytee-aa khaanee kaytee-aa banee kaytay paat narind.
So many ways of life, so many languages. So many dynasties of rulers.
kaytee-aa surtee sayvak kaytay naanak ant na ant. 35
So many intuitive people, so many selfless servants. O Nanak, Limitless is His limit! 35
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