Raatee Rutee


Mantra: Raatee Rutee

  • Complete Mantra:

    Raatee rutee thitee vaar

    Pavan paanee aganee paataal

    Tis vich dhartee thaap rakhee dharam saal

    Tis vich jee-a jugat kay rang

    Tin kay naam anayk anant

    Karmee karmee ho-i veechaar

    Sachaa aap sachaa darbaar

    Tithai sohan panch parvaan

    Nadaree karam pavai neeshaan

    Kach pakaaee othai paa-i

    Naanak gayaa jaapai jaa-i

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

    Days, nights, weeks, and seasons,

    Wind, water, fire, and nether regions -

    In the midst of these, he established the Earth as a home for Dharma, for righteous living.

    Upon it, he placed the various species of beings.

    Their names are uncounted and endless.

    By their deeds and their actions, they shall be judged.

    God himself is true, and true is his court.

    There, in perfect grace and ease, sit the self-elect, the self-realized saints.

    They receive the mark of grace from the Merciful Lord.

    The ripe and the unripe, the good and the bad, shall there be judged.

    O Nanak, when you go home, you shall see this.

  • More Information:

    The thirty-fourth pauree brings stability.

    Guru Nanak wrote the long, sacred poem of Japji Sahib in verses.  Each verse has its own unique beauty and power.  Over the centuries, yogis have focused on individual pauris of Japji Sahib, singing or reciting them individually, like an affirmation or mantra.