Narayan Shabad Sheet + Translation
Here are some Narayan Shabad sheets in Gurmukhi and English and the English translation with the English transliteration.
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The Power of the Narayan Shabad
“And now, I am telling you Akal Takhat shall not be completed and restored back to its glory if we do not sing the Narayan Shabad and participate to the full glory of it. This is a shabad by Guru Arjan Dev. Guru Arjan Partakh Har personified God. He stood the test of fire and came out totally pure. That purity entitled Guru Hargobind to construct Akal Takhat. Akal Takhat didn’t get constructed because somebody had the brick and the paste and the mortar and sat down and built it up. No. And I did hear the story that Brahma came and Vishnu came and Shiva came and Narayan came and they built the Akal Takhat…”
Excerpted from ‘Gurdwara Lecture – The Day of the Akal Takhat,’ give on February 6, 1987 in Los Angeles by the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan
This is a shabad by Guru Arjan Dev. Guru Arjan Partakh Har, personified God. He stood the test of fire and came out totally pure . . .
When we are singing this Narayan Shabad, the vibration of it will restore the glory of the Khalsa . . . This Narayan Shabad has a history and a power behind it. You have seen the success of the other shabad, haven’t you? Well, test this one, too.
Guru Arjan Dev and the Narayan Shabad
This shabad has been sung by Guru Arjan Dev for us to practice. I hope every night in your silent, saintly, instituted sense of that communicated magnetic field, in the realm of the urge to participate in the valleys of those realms where no man has a voice, you will come to this ashram and sing those words created by Guru Arjan, the personified God, Himself. Those words made him to stand to purity by the test of fire, and when he came out the other side, Guru was installed who could wear the miree and piree, and thus became Har Gobind. And it entitled him to install the Akal Takhat.
Here the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan Speaks about the Power of the Narayan Shabad:
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