Tudh Bin Doojaa Naahee Koi – One Realizes the Magnificence of God through this Shabad

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This Shabad bestows honor. Through it, one realizes the Magnificence of God. Meditate on this Shabad or recite it 11 times a day to bring this energy into your life.

Raag Tilang – Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji – Ang 723-724

Author: Guru Arjan Dev Ji

Tilang, Second House, Fifth Mehl:

Tudh bin doojaa nahee ko-i

Too kartaar kareh so ho-i

Tayraa jor tayree man tayk

Sadaa sadaa jap naanak ayk

Sabh oopar paarbrahm daataar

Tayree tayk tayraa aadhaar (Rahaa-o)

Hai too hai too hovanahaar

Agam agaadh ooch aapaar

Jo tudh sayveh tin bhau dukh naa-eh

Gur prasaad naanak gun gaa-eh

Jo deesai so tayraa roop

Gun nidhaan govind anoop

Simar simrar simar jan so-i

Naanak karam paraapat ho-i

Jin japi-aa tis kau balihaar

Tis kai sang tarai sansaar

Kaho Naanak prabh lochaa poor

Sant janaa kee baachau dhoor

Oh God — beside you there is none —

You are the Creative One who makes things happen.

The reliance of the soul is in Your strength and power.

Nanak, ever and always meditate on the One God.

The Supreme Lord God is the Giver — Above All.

Your force is that You are the mainstay of mankind. (Pause)

You Are —You are — the Entity of Substance —

Inaccessible, Lofty, Infinity, and Unfathomable . . .

Beyond the effects of fear and pain are those who serve You.

To sing Your praises, Nanak, is a blessing from the Guru.

Those with the vision know that is Your form.

Oh God incomparable and exquisite — treasure of virtues.

The servant of God’s meditates, meditates, meditates . . .

Their destiny Nanak is that they be received by God.

To be a sacrifice unto God is their focus.

To be in their company is to be liberated from this world.

Says Nanak, my longing is for the perfect Lord.

And for the saintly ones, I seek the dust of their feet.


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It is recommended to recite shabads 11 times a day for a minimum of 40 days to realize their full effects. 

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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