Karam Khand


Mantra: Karam Khand

  • Complete Mantra:

    Karam khand kee baanee jor

    Tithai hor na ko-ee hor

    Tithai jodh mahaabal soor

    Tin meh raam rehi-aa bharpoor

    Tithai seeto seetaa mehmaa maa-eh

    Taa kay roop na kathanay jaa-eh

    Naa oh mareh na thaagay jaa-eh

    Jin kai raam vasai man maa-eh

    Tithai bhagat vasai kay lo-a

    Kareh anand sachaa man so-i

    Sach khand vasai nirankaar

    Kar kar vaykhai nadar nihaal

    Tithai khand mandal varbhand

    Jay ko kathai ta ant na ant

    Tithai loa loa aakaar

    Jiv jiv hukam tivai tiv kaar

    Vaykhay vigsai kar veechaar

    Naanak kathana kararaa saar

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

    In the realm of Karma, the Word is power.

    No one else dwells there, except the warriors of great power, the spiritual heroes.

    They are totally fulfilled, imbued with the lord's essence.

    Myriads of Sitas are there, cool and calm in their majestic glory.

    Their beauty cannot be described.

    Neither death, nor deception, comes to those in whose heart the lord abides.

    There, the devotees of many worlds abide.

    They are full of joy, their minds are imbued with the true lord.

    In the realm of truth, the Formless Lord dwells.

    Having created the creation, he watches over it.

    By his glance of grace, he bestows happiness.

    There are planets, solar systems, and galaxies.

    If one speaks of them, there is no limit, no end.

    There are worlds upon worlds of his creation.

    As he commands so do they exist.

    He watches over it all, and contemplating the creation, he rejoices!

    O Nanak, to describe this is as hard as steel!


  • More Information:

    The thirty-seventh Pauree cuts the karma.  It kills the impact of all bad karmas.

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