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This Shabad is by Bhai Gurdaas Ji in Vaars Bhai Gurdaas on Pannaa 39
dsqgIr huie pMj Pir hir guru hir goibMd Aqolw]
dhasathageer hue pa(n)j far har gur har gobi(n)dh atholaa||
The first five Gurus held the hands of the people and the sixth Guru Hargobind is incomparable God-Guru.
dIn dunI dw pwiqswhu pwiqswhW pwiqswhu Afolw]
dheen dhunee dhaa paathisaahu paathisaahaa(n) paathisaahu addolaa||
He is the King of spirituality as well as temporality and is in fact irremovable emperor of all the Kings.
pMj ipAwly Ajru jir hoie msqwn sujwx ivcolw]
pa(n)j piaalae ajar jar hoe masathaan sujaan vicholaa||
Assimilating the unbearable knowledge of the earlier five cups (Gurus) in the inner core of his mind he remains merry and wise mediator for humanity.
qurIAw ciVH ijix prmqqu iCA vrqwry kolo kolw]
thureeaa charrih jin paramathath shhia varathaarae kolo kolaa||
In spite of the six philosophies spread around, he reaching the turiya (highest stage of meditation) has attained the supreme reality.
iCA drsxu iCA pIVHIAW ieksu drsxu AMdir golw]
shhia dharasan shhia peerrheeaaa(n) eikas dharasan a(n)dhar golaa||
He has strung all the six philosophies and their sects in the strung of one philosophy.
jqI sqI sMqoKIAW isD nwQ Avqwr ivrolw]
jathee sathee sa(n)thokheeaaa(n) sidhh naathh avathaar virolaa||
He has churned the essence of the lives of celibate ascetics, the followers of Truth, contented people, the Siddhs and naths (Yogis) and the (so called) incarnations of God.
igAwrh rudR smuMdR ivic mir JivY iqsu rqnu Amolw]
giaareh rudhr samu(n)dhr vich mar jhaviai this rathan amolaa||
All the eleven Rudrs remain in the ocean but those (divers) who seek life in death get the invaluable jewels.
bwrh solW myl kir vIh iekIh cVHwau ihMfolw]
baareh solaa(n) mael kar veeh eikeeh charrhaao hi(n)ddolaa||
All twelve zodiac signs of sun, sixteen phases of moon and numerous constellations have provided a beautiful swing for him.
AMqrjwmI bwlw Bolw ]3]
a(n)tharajaamee baalaa bholaa ||3||
This Guru is omniscient yet he possesses a child-like innocence.(3)