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Gāvniĥ ṯuḏẖno jaṯī saṯī sanṯokẖī gāvan ṯuḏẖno vīr karārė.
The celibates, the truthful and the patient beings sing to You, and the mighty warriors sing to You.
Gāvan ṯuḏẖno pandiṯ paṛė rakẖīsur jug jug bėḏā nālė.
The scholarly Pandits sing to You, along with the holy Rishis and the readers of the Vedas throughout the ages.
Gāvniĥ ṯuḏẖno mohṇī­ā man mohan surag macẖẖ pa­i­ālė.
The Mohinis, the heavenly beauties who entice the heart in paradise, in this world and in the nether regions, sing to You.
Gāvniĥ ṯuḏẖno raṯan upā­ė ṯėrė jėṯė aṯẖsaṯẖ ṯirath nālė.
The fourteen priceless jewels created by You, and the sixty-eight holy places of pilgrimage, sing to You.
Gāvniĥ ṯuḏẖno joḏẖ mahābal sūrā gāvniĥ ṯuḏẖno kẖāṇī cẖārė.
The mighty warriors and the divine heroes sing to You, and the four sources of creation sing to You.
Gāvniĥ ṯuḏẖno kẖand mandal barahmandā kar kar rakẖė ṯėrė ḏẖārė.
The continents, the worlds and the solar systems, created and installed by Your Hand, sing to You.
Sė­ī ṯuḏẖno gāvniĥ jo ṯuḏẖ bẖāvniĥ raṯė ṯėrė bẖagaṯ rasālė.
They alone sing to You, who are pleasing to Your Will, and who are imbued with the nectar of Your devotional worship.
Hor kėṯė ṯuḏẖno gāvan sė mai cẖiṯ na āvan Nānak ki­ā bīcẖārė.
So many others sing to You, they do not come into my mind; how can Nanak think of them?
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