This shabad has been sung by the following:
This Shabad is by Bhai Gurdaas Ji in Vaars Bhai Gurdaas on Pannaa 10
bwmHx pUjY dyvqy DMnw gaU crwvix AwvY]
baamhan poojai dhaevathae dhha(n)naa goo charaavan aavai||
A Brahman would worship Gods (in the form of stone idols) where Dhanna used to graze his cow.
DMnY ifTw cilqu eyhu pUCY bwmHxu AwiK suxwvY]
dhha(n)nai ddit(h)aa chalith eaehu pooshhai baamhan aakh sunaavai||
On seeing his worship, Dhanna asked the Brahman what he was doing.
Twkur dI syvw krY jo ieCY soeI Plu pwvY]
t(h)aakur dhee saevaa karai jo eishhai soee fal paavai||
“Service to the Thakur (God) gives the desired fruit,” replied the Brahman.
DMnw krdw jodVI mY iB dyh iek jy quDu BwvY]
dhha(n)naa karadhaa jodharree mai bh dhaeh eik jae thudhh bhaavai||
Dhanna requested, “O Brahman, if you agree kindly give one to me.”
pQru iek lpyit kir dy DMnY no gYl CufwvY]
pathhar eik lapaett kar dhae dhha(n)nai no gail shhuddaavai||
The Brahman rolled a stone, gave it to Dhanna and thus got rid of him.
Twkur no nHwvwil kY Cwih rotI lY Bogu cVHwvY]
t(h)aakur no nhaavaal kai shhaahi rottee lai bhog charrhaavai||
Dhanna bathed the Thakur and offered him bread and buttermilk.
hiQ joiV imniq krY pYrI pY pY bhuqu mnwvY]
hathh jorr minath karai pairee pai pai bahuth manaavai||
With folded hands and falling at the feet of the stone he begged for his service to be accepted.
hau bI muhu n juTwlsW qU ruTw mY ikhu n suKwvY]
ho bee muhu n jut(h)aalasaa(n) thoo rut(h)aa mai kihu n sukhaavai||
Dhanna said, “I will also not eat because how can I be happy if you are annoyed.”
gosweI prqiK hoie rotI Kwih Cwih muih lwvY]
gosaaee parathakh hoe rottee khaahi shhaahi muhi laavai||
(Seeing his true and loving Devotion) God was forced to appear and eat his bread and buttermilk.
Bolw Bwau goibMd imlwvY ]13]
bholaa bhaao gobi(n)dh milaavai ||13||
In fact, innocence like that of Dhanna makes the sight of the Lord available.(13)