Naytr Pragaas Keeaa Gurdayv – This Shabad Wards Off Illness

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Written by Guru Arjan Dev Ji, this shabad wards off illness. Meditate on this shabad or recite it 11 times a day to experience its effects.

Guru Arjan Dev Ji – Raag Gauri – Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji – Panna 200


Gauree, Fifth Mehl:

Naytr pragaas kee-aa gurdayv.

Bharam ga-ay pooran bha-ee sayv (Rahaa-o).

Seetalaa tay rakhi-aa bihaaree.

Paarbrahm prabh kirpaa dhaaree.

Naanak naam japai so jeevai.

Saadh sang har amrit peevai.


His eyes are opened by the Divine Guru.

My doubts have fled, and my service has been successful.

He has been saved from smallpox, by the Giver of Joy.

The Supreme Lord God has bestowed His Mercy.

Nanak, he alone lives, who repeats the Naam.

In the Company of the Holy, he drinks in the Ambrosial Nectar of the Lord.


Listen to this Shabad

Enjoy this beautiful version of the Shabad Netar Pragaas by Thaan Suhaava Kirtani Jatha from Tera Aasra:


Click here for a Shabad sheet for the Shabad ‘Naytr Pragaas Keeaa Gurdayv’


This post was drawn from the Psyche of the Golden Shield, compiled by Bibiji Inderjit Kaur with English translations by Sardarni Nirbhao Kaur Khalsa and transliterations by S.S. Sant Singh Khalsa, M.D.  This resource is available to purchase through Sat Nam (Europe) or Amazon.

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    • Pritpal Singh Khalsa says:

      The ideal pronunciation is as written in the original Gurmukhi. But for those who don’t read that script, we have provided the English transliteration. Mostly transliterations are less than perfect. And for people who do not speak English this transliteration may also be challenging. But we do our best to help people understand how to pronounce the mantras and shabads we present. Another help will be to listen to the recording that we have given the link for. Listening and singing along with the recording is an excellent way to match your pronunciation to the recording. Blessings.

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