Sach ki kaatee sach sabh saar

Sach ki kaatee sach sabh saar Ghaarat tis kee apar apaar sabday saan rakhaa-ee laa-ay gun kee thaykai vich smaa-ay Tis daa kuthaa hovai saykh Lohoo lab nikthaa vaykh ho-ay halaal lagai hak jaa-ay Naanak da deedaar samaa-ay

English Translation

The knife is Truth, and its steel is totally True. Its workmanship is incomparably beautiful. It is sharpened on the grindstone of the shabad. It is placed in the scabbard of virtue. If the shaykh is killed with that, then the blood of greed will spill out. One who is slaughtered in this ritualistic way, will be attached to the Lord. O Nanak, at the Lord's door, he is absorbed into His Blessed Vision. (Translation: S. S. Khalsa)

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