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Jire raaja sat tanne mukh maaraa na hove

Author: 
Pir Kutubdin
Source: 
bhg3-051 - 600 Ginans published by: Recreation Club Institute, Bombay, Khoja Sindhi Printing Press, 1934
verses: 
7

Jire raajaa sat tanne mukh maar na hove
maar hove to sat kaisaa
Gur vinaa gnaan kaisaa kahi-e
saheje khaatt ke jaisaa re
dhori udd ma kandh bhaar vaine chhutto
aagal maarag vasmu dise
Jire raajaa dise
baare megh varase jo jal bhareaa,
so ann-gaareo nir na pije re 1

Jire raajaa ek ratan tam-ne amulakh laadho,
tene jatan kari ne raakhi je
vast joine vepaar-j kije
to jann jann haath na dije re- dhori 2

Jire raajaa kaache kumbhe nir na raheve
supaatr dekhi daan dije
khir khaandd girath amrat bhojan
sat tanne mukhe dije re - dhori 3

Jire raajaa kaayaa chhe kumpo ane man chhe kasturi
tene sat-panth nu ddhaakann dije
kabhi kabhi aisaa vaae-j vaai-se
to naam saaheb jiko lije re - dhori 4

Jire raajaa duniyaa hai do din kaa pekhannaa
so duniyaa dekhi mat bhulo
duniyaa ni sang je jiv bhulyaa
te fari fari duniyaa maanhe julaa re -dhori 5

Jire raajaa paai re amraapuri kaanye gamaavo
kamal chint tthor raakho
ginaan ke bhitar jo ras paayaa
so hete karine chaakho re - dhori 6

Jire raajaa kahe Pir Kutbudin
saanbharo kamal rajaa
Gur ji kaa kahevaa kije
sone rupe kaa mindar chunnaayaa
upar chhaajaliyaa kem dije re - dhori 7

Translation & Transcription

Jire Raajaa Sant Tanne Mukh Maar Na Hove - Translation

trans_of: 
Jire raaja sat tanne mukh maaraa na hove

JIRE RAAJAA SANT TANNE MUKH MAAR NA HOVE
BY PEER KUTUBDEEN

Historical Background:

This geenaan was composed by Peer Kutubdeen, who lived in Gujraat in the times of King Kamal.

King Kamal was a very learned personality, well versed in theosophy, science and various fields
of art. One of his main hobbies was to invite learned gurus, philosophers to his court and hold
discussions on various subjects. People from far and wise used to attend this court where such
discussions were held at a very high academic level.

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