Faekora English To Gurmukhi Translit. Khuar Hoye Sab Milenge Bache Saran Jo Hoye After wandering place to place for spiritual guidance everybody will unite, and those who fall under the protection of the One God will be saved. The correct way to stand during the Ardas is to stand tall, straight and balanced with your feet together. The second section discusses the sacrifices made by brave and spiritual leaders of the Sikh history and conspires a Sikh to be like them and protect others from the unjust world and oneself from worldly vices. In Sikhism, these prayers are also said before and after eating. Takht Sri Hazur Sahib.

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Ardas may be performed in either the original Gurmukhi which is phonetically spelled out here in Romanized Punjabi , or the English translation, and even a combination of languages. English this version or any other may be preferred by those who are learning about Sikhism, or when Ardas is performed at a worship service attended predominantly by those who do not understand Punjabi.

Sree Bhagautee jee sahai May the Almighty Destroyer of the evils of egoism bless the respected sword to aid us. Sabh thaa-een hoe sahaa-e Dasaan Paatshaahiaan dee jot Sree Guroo Granth Sahib jee dee paatth deedaar daa dhiaan dhar kae bolo jee Waaheguroo!

Arjan, Harbobind, contemplate with utmost respect Har Rai. With utmost concentration contemplate Har Krishan, envisioning whom all sufferings vanish. Teg Bahadar when contemplated, the nine spiritual sources of wealth come hastening within, blessing you with their treasures.

May they all grant us every assistance. The divine message of the Ten Enlighteners is embodied within the Supreme Guru Granth, the venerable scripture , read and contemplate its pleasures, and utter " Waheguru " Wondrous Enlightener! Panjaan Piyaariaan, chauhaan sahibzaadiaan, chaalheeaan muktiaan, hatthee-aan, japee-aan, tapeeiaan, jinhaan naam japee-aa, vandd chhakiaa, deg chalaa-ee, teg vaahee, dekk kae anndditth keetaa, tinhaan piyaariaan, sachiaariaan dee kamaa-ee da dhiaan dhar kae, khaalsaa jee!

Bolo jee Waaheguroo! Five Beloveds , Four Princes , Forty Liberated Souls , the indomitable determination of devotees immersed in recitation and absorbed in contemplation, those who uttered the divine name in recitation, Those companions who shared food, who established free kitchens, who wielded swords yet overlooked others shortcomings, all of them remaining pure and true in their devotions, think upon their noble deeds O Khalsa, and utter "Waheguru" Wondrous Enlightener!

Jinhaan singh-aan singhnnee-aan ne dharam haet sees ditae, band band kattaa-ae, khopree-aan luhaa-ee-aan, charkhrree-aan tae charrhae, aariaan naal cheeraa-ae ga-ae, gurduaariaan dee saevaa la-ee kurbannee-aan keetee-aan, dharam naheen haariaa, sikhee kaesaan suaasaan naal nibaahee, tinhaan dee kamaa-ee da dhiaan dhar kae, khaalsaa jee!

Those lionhearted men and women who never surrendered their faith but for its sake sacrificed their heads, imprisoned prisoners whose bodies were dismembered joint by joint, whose scalps were removed from their skulls, who were bound rotated on the wheel until their bodies broke, were ripped by sharp toothed saws, and whose flesh was flayed while they yet lived, and who guarding the dignity of gurdwaras were sacrificed without abandoning their faith, those Sikhs who kept their hair intact until their final breath, recall their unique sacrifices O Khalsa, and utter "Waheguru" Wondrous Enlightener!

Paanjaan takhtaann sarbatt gurduaarian daa dhiaan dhar kae bolo jee Waaheguroo The Five holy thrones and all gurdwara worship places, turn your thoughts upon these and utter "Waheguru" Wondrous Enlightener! Prithmae sarbatt Khalsaa jee kee ardaas hai jee, sarbatt Khaalsaa jee ko Waaheguroo, Waaheguroo, Waaheguroo chitt aavae, chitt aavan ka sadkaa sarab sukh hovae Jahaan jahaan Khaalsaa jee sahib, tahaan tahaan rachhiaa ri-aa-it, daeg taeg fateh, birad kee paij, panth kee jeet, Sree sahib jee sahaa-e, Khaalsaa jee kae bol baalae bolo jee Waaheguroo!

Foremost the respected Khalsa makes this supplication that the entire respected Khalsa remembers the Wondrous Enlightener calling "Waheguru, Waheguru, Waheguru" and through this remembrance, receive every comfort and pleasure. Where ever the honorable Khalsa abide may O Lord, grant Thy grace, mercy and protection that Thy free kitchen and sword of righteous defense prevail, maintain honor and confer victory upon the Panthik society, may the supreme sword of righteous ever assist us, and may the Khalsa ever be honored to call out with the voice of unison to utter "Waheguru" Wondrous Enlightener!

Sikkhaan noon Sikkhee daan, kaes daan, rahit daan, bibbaek daan, visaah daan, bharosaa daan, daanaan sir daan, naam daan, Sree Amritsar jee dae ishnaan, chaunkee-aan, jhanddae, bungae, jugo jug attall dharam ka jaikaar, bolo jee Waaheguru!

Kindly confer upon the Sikhs the gift of Sikhism, mercifully bestow the boons of keeping hair intact, the grace to respect the code of conduct, the conscious of divine wisdom, the affirmation of faith and blessing of unflinching belief, and above all confer the supreme treasure of spiritual identity, the opportunity to be immersed in immortal nectar while bathing in the sacred waters of Amritsar, may their choruses, banners, and abodes ever exist throughout all the ages, and may truth ever triumph to utter "Waheguru" Wondrous Enlightener!

Sikkhaan daa man neevaan mat oucchee mat daa raakhaa aap Waaheguroo! Hae Akaal Purakh aap-nnae panth dae sadaa sahaa-ee daataar jeeo! Sree Nankaannaa sahib tae hor gurduaariaan gurdhaamaan dae, jinhaan toen panth noon vichhorriaa giaa hai, khullhae darshan deedaar tae saevaa sanbaal daa daan Khaalsaa hee noon bakhsho May the consciousness of the Sikhs be humble and their wisdom be profound, of They devotees religious discipline be Thou the Protector O Enlightening Waheguru!

The foremost shrine Nanakana and all other gurdwaras and worship places of which the Sikh Nation has been deprived since partition of , kindly re-confer the blessing to freely visit, manage and worship at these holy sites.

Hae nimaanniaan dae maann, nitaanniaan dae taan, niottiaan dee oett, Sacche Pitaa Waaheguroo! Kindly pardon any errors or omissions in prayers offered. Fulfill the endeavors and objectives of all. Provide us with the companionship of devotees who love and are beloved of Thee by meeting whom we are inspired to contemplate within the divinity of Thy identity. Naanak naam charrhdee kalaa, taerae bhaannae sarbatt daa balaa O Nanak in Thy name may spirits be exalted and all people prosper by Thy grace.



Kibei Literature in Other Languages. Paath — Reciting Gurbani. Sri Guru Angad Sahib Ji. The first section remembers all the ten gurus and their legacies adras the Sikh religion.


Ardas With Original Gurmukhi and English Translation

In Sikhism, these prayers are also said before and after eating. The prayer is a plea to God to support and help the devotee with whatever he or she is about to undertake or has done. Periodically throughout the recitation, the assembly as a whole repeats the word Waheguru in order to support the idea that God, the "Wondrous Guru", is the Supreme Being. It acts as a bridge that transgresses time to report the cruelties that have been inflicted upon the Sikh people while at the same time serving as a way for the Sikh people to seek guidance from Waheguru.


Ardas In Punjabi (Gurmukhi) – Sikh Prayer

The correct way to stand during the Ardas is to stand tall, straight and balanced with your feet together. Khuar Hoye Sab Milenge Bache Saran Jo Hoye After wandering place to place for spiritual guidance everybody will unite, and those who fall under the protection of the One God will be saved. All victory is of the Wondrous Guru God. Takht Sri Damdama Sahib.

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