Dharam Khand

Mantra: Dharam Khand

  • Complete Mantra:

    Dharam Khand kaa ayho dharam

    Giaan khand kaa aakho karam

    Kaytay pavan paanee vaisantar

    Kaytay kaan mahays

    Kaytay barmay gharat gareea-eh

    Roop rang kay vays

    Kaytee-aa karam bhoomee mayr kaytay

    Kaytay dhoo upadays

    Kaytay ind chand soor kaytay

    Kaytay mandal days

    Kaytay sidh budh naath kaytay

    Kaytay dayvee vays

    Kaytay dayv daanav mun kaytay

    Kaytay ratan samund

    Kayteeaa khaanee kayteeaa baanee

    Kaytay paat narind

    Kayteeaa surtee sayvak kaytay

    Nanak ant na ant

  • Language: Gurmukhi
    Source: Siri Guru Granth Sahib
  • Translation:

    This is righteous living in the realm of Dharma.

    And now we speak of the realm of spiritual wisdom.

    So many winds, waters and fires; so many Krishnas and Shivas.

    So many Brahmas, fashioning forms of great beauty,

    Adorned and dressed in so many colors.

    So many worlds and lands for working out karma.

    So many lessons to be learned!

    So many Indras, so many moons and suns, so many planets and countries.

    So many Siddhas, so many Buddhas and Yogic Masters.

    So many goddesses of various kinds.

    So many demi-gods, so many demons and silent sages.

    So many oceans of jewels.

    So many ways of life, so many languages.

    So many dynasties of rulers.

    So many intuitives, so many selfless servants.

    O Nanak, there is no end, no limit.

  • More Information:

    The thrity-fifth paure gives you the breadth to do your duty and fulfill your responsibility.

    Translation, transliteration, and comments courtesy of: Psyche of the Soul, by Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji et al. Copyright 1993 Hand Made Books.