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Meaning of the Gurbani lines

asked 2018-02-19 03:31:09 -0500

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Please explain me the meaning of these lines from Gurbani,

lakh churaaseeh jia jon meh bharmat nand baho thako re

bhagat het avtaar lio hai bhaag bado bapura ko re

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answered 2018-02-19 04:06:43 -0500

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It means,

Wandering through 8.4 million incarnations, Krishna's father Nand was totally exhausted.

Because of his devotion, Krishna was incarnated in his home; how great was the good fortune of this poor man.

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answered 2018-02-19 11:56:04 -0500

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Full Shabad is here. It is by Kabir Ji and the core thought is that while pranees have fathers and mothers, The One has no mother or father

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answered 2018-02-19 14:22:00 -0500

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updated 2018-02-19 14:30:52 -0500

In full meaning, the Chaurasi Lakh Joon is the 84 000 life forms or life times that exist on the planet earth. Jap Ji Sahib paath is synonymous to this belief. You must recite Vaheguru 84 times or Mool Mantr 84 times to get out of the cycle. Although one will never enter the cycle if they are wise of the aforementioned paath. Knowledge of this paath is very important in one's life, and even understanding the meaning of this paath. Transferring of this information is of great value to those who need it. God Bless You!

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answered 2018-06-20 02:42:26 -0500

Your answer has been given earlier by senior members. if you would like to know more teachings or wordings from Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji. Visit Gurbani Quotes by Guru Sahib

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