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Sat shri akaal,

Waheguru ji ka khalsa , Waheguru ji ki fateh.

Har jug jug bhagath oupaa-i-aa paij rakhadhaa aa-i-aa raam raajay || Haranaakhas dusht har maari-aa prahlaad taraa-i-aa || Ahankaareeaa nindhakaa pith day-i naamaday-o mukh laa-i-aa || Jan naanak aisaa har saeviaa anth la-ay chhadaa-i-aa ||4||13||20||

What is the meaning of the above gurbani’s last line , jan naanak aisaa har saeviaa anth la-ay chhadaa-i-aa ||4||13||20|| What Is Your View .Sorry if I caused offence that was not my intention. i apologise in advance for any mistakes or sins.

Thanking you.

Vaadhaa ghaataa bhul chuk maaf karnee.

Sat shri akaal

Waheguru ji ka khalsa, Waheguru ji ki fateh.

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answered 2019-08-26 15:37:30 -0600

teraBanda gravatar image

updated 2019-08-26 18:05:40 -0600

Har jug jug bhagath oupaa-i-aa paij rakhadhaa aa-i-aa raam raajay

Every yug (eon) he saved his devotees and saved their honor

|| Haranaakhas dusht har maari-aa prahlaad taraa-i-aa

Prahlaad is an old Indian story where a boy who was God's devotee and his father was a king who proclaimed himself as the God and forced everyone to worship him, his son Prahlaad refuses and is ordered to be executed by burning alive. he sits in the fire but doesn't burn and then God takes the form of a Lion-Human and kills his father

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prahlada

|| Ahankaareeaa nindhakaa pith day-i naamaday-o mukh laa-i-aa

Naamdev was a devotee and of lower caste he wasn't allowed in temples by Brahmins due to his caste. so he started crying outside the back of the temple. So God turned the temple 180 degrees to welcome Naamdev that temple till exists https://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/B...NamdevattheTemple

|| Jan naanak aisaa har saeviaa anth la-ay chhadaa-i-aa ||4||13||20||

Nanak, God will not abandon his devotees till the end of time

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answered 2013-04-08 09:12:55 -0600

kanwaljit.singh gravatar image

That Servant Nanak serves such a Lord who saves Him from Maya.. in the End. I believe the End refers to Death. Or the judgement of Soul. Sikh philosophy doesn't really believe in those Abrahamic concepts. So I guess it must be death.

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