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This Shabad is by Bhagat Naam Dev Ji in Raag Gond on Pannaa 874

iblwvlu goNf ]
Awju nwmy bITlu dyiKAw mUrK ko smJwaU ry ] rhwau ]
pWfy qumrI gwieqRI loDy kw Kyqu KwqI QI ]
lY kir Tygw tgrI qorI lWgq lWgq jwqI QI ]1]
pWfy qumrw mhwdyau Dauly bld ciVAw Awvqu dyiKAw Qw ]
modI ky Gr Kwxw pwkw vw kw lVkw mwirAw Qw ]2]
pWfy qumrw rwmcMdu so BI Awvqu dyiKAw Qw ]
rwvn syqI srbr hoeI Gr kI joie gvweI QI ]3]
ihMdU AMn@w qurkU kwxw ]
duhW qy igAwnI isAwxw ]
ihMdU pUjY dyhurw muslmwxu msIiq ]
nwmy soeI syivAw jh dyhurw n msIiq ]4]3]7]

bilaaval go(n)add ||
aaj naamae beet(h)al dhaekhiaa moorakh ko samajhaaoo rae || rehaao ||
paa(n)ddae thumaree gaaeithree lodhhae kaa khaeth khaathee thhee ||
lai kar t(h)aegaa ttagaree thoree laa(n)gath laa(n)gath jaathee thhee ||1||
paa(n)ddae thumaraa mehaadhaeo dhhoulae baladh charriaa aavath dhaekhiaa thhaa ||
modhee kae ghar khaanaa paakaa vaa kaa larrakaa maariaa thhaa ||2||
paa(n)ddae thumaraa raamacha(n)dh so bhee aavath dhaekhiaa thhaa ||
raavan saethee sarabar hoee ghar kee joe gavaaee thhee ||3||
hi(n)dhoo a(n)nhaa thurakoo kaanaa ||
dhuhaa(n) thae giaanee siaanaa ||
hi(n)dhoo poojai dhaehuraa musalamaan maseeth ||
naamae soee saeviaa jeh dhaehuraa n maseeth ||4||3||7||

Bilaaval Gond:
Today, Naam Dayv saw the Lord, and so I will instruct the ignorant. ||Pause||
O Pandit, O religious scholar, your Gayatri was grazing in the fields.
Taking a stick, the farmer broke its leg, and now it walks with a limp. ||1||
O Pandit, I saw your great god Shiva, riding along on a white bull.
In the merchant's house, a banquet was prepared for him - he killed the merchant's son. ||2||
O Pandit, I saw your Raam Chand coming too
; he lost his wife, fighting a war against Raawan. ||3||
The Hindu is sightless; the Muslim has only one eye.
The spiritual teacher is wiser than both of them.
The Hindu worships at the temple, the Muslim at the mosque.
Naam Dayv serves that Lord, who is not limited to either the temple or the mosque. ||4||3||7||



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