1. The Ninth Divine Manifestation was Budh
He appeared in the guise of a Moghol

2. Know that with His ugly face and deformed legs
The Diwan (guest) was sandalled

3. He was equipped with a knife, a dagger, a sword
A bow and an arrow ready to be used

4. His body was purulent and leprous
Nobody would come near Him

5. A nauseating smell was emanating from His body
Such was the form under which God appeared

6. Such was the body in which the Miracle Accomplisher (1) decided to reveal Himself
He had come to (meet) the Pandaw

7. (At the place) where the Pandaw are accomplishing their religious ceremonies (Hom Jagan)
The Brahmins, seated, are reciting the Vedas.

8. At that moment started the Kaljug, and the Duapurjug ended
The angels as well as the faithful deserted this world.

9. Since the Kaljug would be containing too many sins
The angels preferred to leave.

10. Then Jujeshtan, reflecting,
Asked the meaning of the Vedas.

11. Listen, Brahmins, said Jujeshtan,
The sin of having killed the Kawraw is upon me

12. 3,240,000 people were killed
And upon me rests this sin

13. Listen, Brahmins, I have a question:
What is the punishment for this sin?

14. The Brahmins answered: Listen, O King,
You have to accomplish the Hom Jagan ceremonies

15. Invite 1,000 Brahmins, O King,
Give them food respectfully in accordance with their wishes

16. Kind-heartedly use 1,000 gold cutlery
Carefully celebrate this Jagan

17. Such are the words uttered by the Brahmins:
"In this way this sin will be forgiven".

18. Taking the Brahmins'advice, the Pandaw were led astray
And they celebrated the Hom Jagan.

19. The Brahmins added these words:
Listen, Jujeshtan, and think about it

20. A damned one will come to this place
And will make trouble

21. He will be opposed to the Jagan
And will give arguments

22. Put a guard at the main door
Nobody should get in, whether he is good or bad.

23. Bhimsen was chosen to mount the guard
The one whose cart was huge, was placed outside

24. (At the place) where the Pandaw were seated for the Hom Jagan
The Brahmins, seated, recited the Vedas

25. (Of the noisy place) where the Brahmins were reciting the Vedas
Shri Budh came to the door

26. At the door, Bhim was seated, with confidence
Budh Awatar looks at Bhim with surprise

27. The Lord had taken such a repulsive form
That one could not look straight in His Face

28. Then Shri Budh said: Listen, King Bhim,
Let Me get in

29. I am hungry, I am starving
This is the state in which I have come to meet King Jujeshtan

30. Let Me ask for food and see what's happening
And watch the results of the Hom Jagan ceremonies

31. Listen, damned, said Bhim
It is forbidden to get in

32. (At the place) where Jujeshtan is accomplishing the Jagan ceremonies
The Brahmins are reciting the Vedas

33. If you get in, it would be a sacrilege to the Jagan ceremonies
Nobody will want to see your face, damned

34. The Brahmins are reading our Vedas
And your ugliness will cause harm

35. Then Shri Budh said:
Let Me tell you what is a damned.

36. The Divine aspect has left the Brahmins
And has taken the form of Prophet Muhammad.

37. Those who pretend understanding the Vedas which make no more sense
Those ones indeed are damned, be well assured, O Bhim

38. The Brahmins recite the meaningless Vedas
They have no knowledge of the Divine Manifestation

39. Those who do not know the Fourth Veda
Those ones are the damned ones, you may as well know, O Bhim

40. It is the temptation caused by the underlying interest that makes them recite the Name of God
And this is an insult to the Manifestation of God

41. Of the present Divine Manifestation
The Brahmins have no knowledge

42. To their own interest, they speak lies
They have no conscience of the soul's salvation

43. They accomplish false Jagan ceremonies
Their greediness prevents them from awareness

44. Bhim, there is no Knowledge without Truth
Such are the damned ones, you should know, O Bhim

45. The Brahmins have knowledge of the three Vedas
Of the fourth, they have no knowledge

46. Those who have no knowledge of the fourth Veda
Those ones, Bhim, are damned.

47. During the Duapurjug, three Vedas have gone away
Eight Manifestations of God have come to an end

48. Today, I have come in My Ninth Manifestation
But the Brahmins care little

49. The damned Brahmins are great ignorants
They trample the Name of the Manifestation of Budh

50. Listen to Me, O Bhim
I am asking for food, I am starving

51. Be charitable to My weak body
And you will be rewarded for it

52. Then Bhim, pensive, looked at Him
(and said to himself:) He seems to be the Divine Manifestation

53. I can perceive a certain form
His words seem to come from Paradise

54. Listen, O Creator, said Bhim
In my heart also lies a word of truth

55. Who, from the military class, is damned?
Tell it to me.

56. Then Shri Budh explained:
Let Me tell you about the damned ones.

57. (Are damned) the pitiless military and financiers
Who make war, who kill

58. Who separate the calf from the cow during suckling period
Who confiscate mortgage

59. Under their respectful exterior lie proud hearts
They have no scruples to kill

60. The military and financiers who are mistaken
Those ones are damned, be well assured, Bhim.

61. The financiers hide their pride
And have no scruples to alter the scale

62. When comes time for buying, they charge more
When selling, they give less

63. They are vain and boasting
It is a sin to falsify weights and measures (2)

64. They laugh at Mercy and religious precepts
Consider them as damned, O Bhim.

65. Bhim said: Tell me, O Merciful Creator,
Who is damned amongst human beings?

66. Relieve me from my doubts, O Merciful,
And tell me how one becomes damned.

67. Listen Bhim, said Shri Budh,
Here is the explanation of who is damned

68. He who, in his heart, has neither pity nor faith
Who commits ill deeds and sleeps with clear conscience

69. The one who fights with his mother or his father
This damned one, O Bhim, will go to hell.

70. The one who kills to fill his stomach
And who commits adultery

71. He who appropriates someone else's possessions
This damned one, Bhim, will go to Hell.

72. He who takes two wives (3)
And who gives less love to one of them

73. And hurts the other one's feelings
This damned one will not reach salvation after death

74. This damned one will go to Hell, O Bhim
And will not reach spiritual salvation.

75. He who marries his daughter for money
Is the worst of the damned ones (4)

76. He who, with no reason, goes to people's house
And tells lies to get something out from them

77. He who kills for his own interest
And eats the meat and does not consider it as wrongdoing

78. He who gives a wrong testimony
This one, amongst human beings, is damned.

79. Of the descendants of The Supreme Gur Brahma
Anyone appropriates the rights

80. Anyone who criticizes
The One who gave the Religion of the Master and showed the Path of God

81. He who embraces a religion but does not practise
This damned one will go to Hell, O Bhim (5)

82. He who teaches but one letter
Consider him as your master

83. He who, swearing on God, speaks lies
This damned one, Bhim, will go to Hell.

84. Bhim then says: Listen, O Merciful Creator,
Who amongst the quadruped is damned?

85. Tell me also, O Merciful,
Who amongst the winged animals is damned?

86. Shri Budh said: Listen, O Bhim,
Let Me talk to you about the damned ones.

87. Amongst the quadruped, the dog, the donkey and the fox are damned
Amongst the winged animals, it is the crow.

88. Amongst human beings, the one who spreads gossip
Is the worst of the damned ones.

89. Bhim said: Listen, O Merciful,
Who, amongst women, is damned?

90. She who plays with someone else's husband
And who does not even deign looking at hers

91. She who leaves her husband for another man
There is no worst damned woman than this one, Bhim.

92. She who plays with someone else's home
And does not like to take care of hers

93. She who neglects what she is asked to do
And who, first thing from the morning, seeks trouble

94. She who does not serve her parents-in-laws
She who does not have respect for her sisters-in-law

95. Not translated

96. The widowed woman who commits adultery
And does not protect her parents' honour

97. She who lends her womb and gives birth
With no doubt crossing her mind

98. She who spoils her family's name
Amongst women, she is damned.

99. The woman who does not serve her husband
Who is not ashamed of lying

100. She who does not fulfil her obligations towards her husband
Amongst women, she is damned.

101. Listen, Creator of Cycles (Jugesar), says Bhim,
A doubt resides in my mind

102. Amongst the human race, who is the worst damned
Lord, explain it to us

103. Then Shri Budh openly replied:
Let Me tell you about the damned ones.

104. He who serves God without honesty
Who is proud and does not keep his word

105. He who does not act religiously
That one is the worst of the damned ones

106. He who sells dairy products and meat
He who burns bodies and incinerates them

107. He who charges extra interest
That one is the worst of the damned ones

108. Whoever destroys the intention
Of the one who, in his heart, wants to serve God

109. He who stops others from doing charity and good deeds
That one is the worst of the damned ones.

110. He who breeds cattle and animals (6)
And does not bother feeding them

111. The animals, when starving and thirsty, suffer a lot
Who can they complain to?

112. The worst culprit is
The one who does not understand others' sufferings

113. The faithful who lives in this world
And who does not care for his Master

114. He who speaks ill of the knowledge of Religion
That one is the worst of the damned ones

115. He who, through his lies, denies his promises
He who consummates drugs, alcohol or tobacco (7)

116. He who, through his lies, incriminates somebody
That one is the worst of the damned ones.

117. He who kills by strangulation (8)
That one is the worst of the damned ones

118. He who curses
And casts a spell

119. He who does not feed his milk-cow
Is the worst of the damned ones

120. The believer(9) who does not practise his religion
Who lives in this world without paying Dassond(10)

121. He who, with no reason, does not go to Jamatkhana
Who lives in this world without paying Dassond

122. He who is not conscious about the salvation of the soul
That one is the worst of the damned ones

123. He who has intercourse with his wife
Who is pregnant for more than five months

124. He who emasculates cattle
There is no worse damned one than this one.

125. He who, with no reason, goes to people's house
Borrows money to pay his debts

126. He who plays the hypocrite
Is the worst of the damned ones.

127. Then Bhim says: Lord, I'd like to ask a question:
Who, amongst men, is the best?

128. Then Shri Budh openly replied:
Let Me tell you who is the best of men.

129. The one who has met Gur Bhirma
Has reached salvation

130. The one who pays Dassond with honesty
Reaches salvation

131. He who gives his thoughts to God
Who keeps spiritual knowledge in his heart

132. He who goes regularly to Jamatkhana
That one is the best of men.

133. He who is merciful, tolerant
He who respects the forty (good) deeds (11)

134. He who renounces anger
Is the best of men.

135. He who renounces greediness
Ill deeds and selfishness

136. He who is aware of the five good actions (12)
Is the best of men.

137. He who keeps in his thoughts the words of the Master
He who obeys his Master

138. He who is truthful, tolerant and content
Is the best of men.

139. He who lives humbly,
Confides his happiness and misfortune to God

140. He who's heart does not forget God
Is the best of men.

141. He who serves his mother and his father
Who hates vandalism and gossiping

142. He who supports his whole family
Who likes to meditate on God

143. He who gives knowledge to others
Is the best of men.

144. He who is respected by people
He who is not criticized either in his community or outside

145. He who can dominate his words, deeds and temptations
He who does not speak ill of others

146. He who is merciful and tolerant
Is the best of men.

147. Then Bhim says: Listen, Lord of the Time,
I would like to ask one question.

148. Amongst women, who is the best?
Explain it to me, O Lord.

149. Then Shri Budh openly replied:
I will tell you who is the best of women.

150. She who serves God
She who keeps the Words of God in her thoughts

151. She who remembers the Name of God
She who respects the forty good deed (13)

152. She who is charitable and tolerant
Is the best of women.

153. She who keeps knowledge in her heart
She who respects her parents-in-law

154. She who does not get angry, even on hearing lies
She who has the innocence of a kid

155. She who walks with humility
Is the best of women.

156. She who never eats food before having served God (14)
She who makes sure her guest does not leave her place hungry

157. She who gives a little of the little she possesses
That woman can maybe called generous

158. She who practises her faith
Is the best of women

159. She who stays under the protection of her husband
She who confides her happiness and worries to God

160. She who serves God
The Most Truthful

161. She who lives humbly in this world
That one is the best of women.

162. Shri Budh went on talking openly:
Listen, Bhim, let Me tell you something

163. Go and tell King Jujeshtan
That I have come in order to be recognized

164. I speak Truth.
Because even though you celebrate Jagans, your sins will not be forgiven

165. If you come and have My Didars
You will reap the fruits of infinite Jagans

166. Tell this to King Jujeshtan immediately (15)
Otherwise he will regret it

167. Then Bhim looked worried:
He seems to be The Lord of the Three Worlds (16)

168. The Creator has always worried about the Pandaw family(17)
This is why He has come to us.

169. Listen, Creator of the Cycles,
Wait here a moment

170. I am going to give the news to King Jujeshtan
I will give him Your message and I will be back, O Lord

171. Bhim went away and it took him a while
He discussed with the King

172. At the place where the four brothers were seated
Bhim was giving the news

173. Listen, O King, I tell you what I think
A man has come to our door

174. There is a certain resemblance
He speaks the words of Paradise

175. He speaks of the 14 worlds (18)
And He seems to be a wise man

176. He told me a lot of things
But, in fact, I could not reply to Him

177. Here is the message for you, O King:
Even if you celebrate Jagan, you will not be forgiven

178. Today is the reign of the Athar Veda
Brahmins have forgotten the 18 races (19)

179. Budh Awatar is Merciful
But the Brahmins call Him "Damned"

180. He who does not know the Divine Manifestation, O King
Is to be called "Damned".

181. When this message was given
King Jujeshtan started thinking.

182. King Jujeshtan inquired:
Sohodev, tell me who is this Manifestation

183. Then Sohodev, studying the stars, says:
Shri Karsan (Krishna) has taken the form of Budh

184. Sohodev then says: Listen to Him, O King,
Otherwise you will strongly regret it

185. Leave this Jagan, go and meet The Lord
This opportunity will never come again if you keep sitting here

186. Sohodev said that the Brahmins have mistaken
They do not know about the Message of God

187. They greedily read the meaningless Vedas
They reject the Divine Manifestation

188. When the Pandaw were on their way to leave
The Brahmins started thinking

189. Listen, O King, said the Brahmins
How would you see this Damned One's face?

190. We Brahmins are great priests, O King
Kneel down at our feet.

191. Then Sohodev said:
Listen, O King, think about it

192. If you listen to the Brahmins
You will not meet The Lord

193. He who created the earth and the sky
Who created air and water

194. Who created the moon and the sun
Who created the 4 kingdoms (20)

195. Who created 8 kinds of mountains
Who created limitless stars

196. He created 18 Bhar (21)
And 9 reigns of snakes

197. He created 7 oceans
He created 999 rivers

198. He made all the creation appear in the twinkling of an eye
That Lord is waiting at our door.

199. When Sohodev finishing uttering such words
King Jujeshtan understood them.

200. If you listen to the Brahmins
You will regret it day and night.

201. Then the five brothers went to meet
Shri Budh who was waiting

202. (As) the King was going to Shri Budh
The Brahmins sent him a warning

203. Listen to what we say, O King
Raise 7 black curtains

204. Get some holy water from the Ganges
And sprinkle the soil

205. Do such things
Then you can go and meet the "untouchable" (22)

206. Then the King listened to the Brahmins
He raised seven black curtains

207. As they were raising the curtains
The curtains fell down by the power of God's glance

208. When King Jujeshtan sprinkled the Ganges water on the soil
At that moment Shri Budh pronounced words of truth:

209. Listen to Me, O King
Why did you raise the seven curtains?

210. Why do you sprinkle the ground with Ganges water?
Why do you let yourselves invaded by doubt?

211. Why did you listen to the Brahmins?
Why create doubt in your hearts?

212. If you submit yourselves to Me with pure hearts
Your sins will be forgiven

213. If you have My Didars
You will reap the fruits of infinite Jagans

214. If you come to Me with confidence
Then, at each step, you will get the benefit of 10,000,000 Jagans.

215. Then Jujeshtan, his head down, said:
Lord, the sins of Kurshetra (23) rest upon us

216. We are full of sins
How can we suddenly have Holy Vision (Didar)?

217. Such has been our thinking
For this reason we have raised the seven curtains

218. All five of us brothers are sinful
And for this reason we have sprinkled the soil.

219. Then they untied the curtains and walked to The Lord
Seeing The Lord, they kneeled down at His feet

220. They prostrated before The Lord
And then King Jujeshtan implored.

221. Mother Kunta (24) welcomed The Lord
King Jujeshtan kissed His feet

222. Then the five Pandaw offered their joint hands in prayer
And there, Bhim remained under the protection of God.

223. Blessed was our family
When we saw the Master of Paradise

224. Today, our worries are gone
When we were blessed by God's Vision

225. May You be blessed, O Merciful
You have saved your followers

226. The great Brahmin priests have remained in the error
They made us celebrate Jagans

227. You have been Merciful to the Pandaw's family
You are Clement and Merciful

228. We are Your followers, we are sinners
You are The One Who forgives.

229. Then Shri Budh replied immediately:
Listen, O King, let Me tell you one thing:

230. The Kaljug is commencing and the Athar Veda is coming
The six Darshans (25) are cancelled

231. Then the King says: Lord, let me ask one question
Today, in the Kaljug, who is a Brahmin and who is a Jogi?

232. Then Shri Budh replied at once:
Let Me tell you about the Brahmin and the Jogi

233. A Brahmin is he who knows the spiritual
Who acts upon the spiritual

234. The Brahmin has to have knowledge
Of the present Divine Manifestation

235. The Jogi is he who understands the Knowledge
Who reaches salvation through Ginans and Religion

236. The truthful Jogi who does good deeds
Who pays Dassond honestly to the Master of Truth

237. Who accepts the Present Divine Manifestation
This Jogi is worthy of this Jug.

238. Then The Lords says: Listen, O King Dharam (26)
I am Myself the Jogi and I am Myself the Knowledge.

239. He who, today, will do good deeds
Who will know God, that Jogi is the Knowledge.

240. Then King Jujeshtan implored:
Lord, how can we reach salvation?

241. Then Shri Budh replied immediately:
Listen to My words, O King

242. The Kaljug has just begun and the Duapurjug is over
The angels and the believers are hidden (27)

243. Listen, O King Jujeshtan
You cannot tolerate living in the Cycle of Evil (Kaljug).

244. When you were fighting in the region of Kurukshetra
You killed 18 Khonr (3.240.000) (28) brothers during that battle

245. There, the angels and the demons were killed
And upon you, O King, rests this sin

246. Today you have to pay for it
Or else, on the Day of Judgment, you will suffer, O King

247. Then the five Pandaw have much implored
We will follow Your instructions, O Master.

248. Then Shri Budh spoke:
Go and bury yourselves in The Himalayas

249. If, today, you go and die in The Himalayas,
Then you will go to Paradise.

250. Then Bhim replied immediately:
Why didn't You say this earlier, O Merciful?

251. We have killed our brothers and taken the kingdom
Then why has the Cycle of Evil arrived today?

252. If we had known this earlier
Then we would have not held any battle in Kurukshetra

253. Then the King said: Listen, O King Bhim
How would something that is written by God not happen?

254. Do as God says
Keep the words of God in mind.

255. King Jujeshtan asked:
Who will tell us about the Cycle of Evil?

256. What is going to happen in the Kaljug?
Tell it to us, O Lord.

257. Then Shri Budh replied immediately:
Let Me tell you about the Kaljug.

258. During the Kaljug, the Spirit will be unstable
There will be 97.5% (29) of sins

259. There will be only 2.5% (30) of good
That bad will be the trade during Kaljug.

260. Then King Jujeshtan asked for explanations:
Lord, how will the world function during Kaljug?

261. How will be the kings and ministers?
How will be the subjects?

262. How will be the priests reciting the holy books?
How will be the idols?

263. How will be the warriors fighting on the battlefields?
How will be the opposing warriors?

264. How will be the good people and the believers?
How will be the generous ones?

265. What will the rain be like during Kaljug?
How will the earth behave?

266. Then Shri Budh replied immediately:
Listen, King, I will tell you something:

267. Il will rain little during Kaljug
And the earth will bear little fruit

268. Stingy kings and dishonest ministers
All subjects will be deceitful

269. And there, some stingy priests will recite the Puranr
And there, some dishonest idols will be deaf

270. Out of 1,000 people, one only will fight on the battlefield
Out of 1,000 warriors, one only will go and meet him

271. Out of one million people, one only will be faithful
Out of one hundred thousand, one man only will be generous.

272. Then King Jujeshtan at once replied:
Listen, Shri Budh, I have a question:

273. During the Cycle of Evil, which will be the true place of pilgrimage?
What generosity will be legitimate?

274. What will be the fast during Kaljug?
Which will be the Day of prayer?

275. How will the religion be during Kaljug?
Where will we go to have our sins and bad deeds forgiven?

276. What will be the reward for a donation?
Where shall we go for immediate salvation?

277. What kind of people will make donations during Kaljug?
And what kind of true people will receive donations during Kaljug?

278. Then Shri Budh replied at once:
Listen, O King, I will tell you one thing.

279. Pilgrimage (will be done) to Jamatkhana during Kaljug, you should know
Make donation (31) to the Master of Truth (Satgoor)

280. Fast will be on the Friday of new moon (32)
Prayer will be said, looking West

281. Donation in the form of pity will be rewarded
Do good deeds and listen to The Essence

282. He who's deeds will be pure during Kaljug
He who takes Truth from the Master of Truth (Satgoor)

283. Where there will be tolerance, faith will increase;
If you have anger, faith will leave and you will have sinned.

284. Today, God manifested Himself in Jampudip (33)
Sins will be forgiven by going to Jamatkhana.

285. Then Shri Budh said:
Listen, O King, I am telling you about the Kaljug.

286. From the four jugs, Kaljug is different
Sins and good deeds are differenciated

287. Both the sinner and the honest one will be judged
The sinner will be drowned and the honest one will be saved.

288. During the first Kartajug, there had been good deeds
Listen to their accounts, O King:

289. He who was charitable one thousand times
Was rewarded once.

290. Today, in the Kaljug, he who gives once
Is rewarded 125,000 times.

291. Thanks to the practice of this charity during Kaljug
An infinite number of souls will reach salvation.

292. The Athar Veda will be reigning over the Kaljug
But nobody will rely on It.

293. There will be many sins in the Kaljug
Only the truthful will be saved.

294. Hard will it be to do charity and difficult will be the relations
Difficult will be the kings, the subjects and the world.

295. Listen, Jujeshtan, let Me tell you this:
I, personally, will be hidden during Kaljug.

296. Then Jujeshtan asked:
How can the world survive without You?

297. If You are not present in the world, O Jaduraï (34)
Then the world will perish

298. Listen to my prayer, O Merciful
Tell us where You will be living.

299. Since you ask Me, O King Jujeshtan,
I will tell you were I will be living:

300. During Kaljug, I will be living
In the hearts of My believers.

301. Just as there is life in the heart
The Lord of three worlds is omnipresent too.

302. Just as there is life in the blood
I shall be in every heart too.

303. Where the Jamat, together, will remember God
And together will recite the Knowledge (Ginan) of God

304. He who will stay committed to the Knowledge of faith
In his heart will be My home.

305. He who will have pity
He who will respect the 40 kiriyas (35)

306. He who does not laze about doing good deeds
In his heart will be Our home, be well assured

307. He who keeps his knowledge in the presence of the Master
He who confides his sorrows and his joys to God

308. He who is the most content and tolerant
In his heart will be Our home

309. He who struggles in this world
In his heart lives God

310. He who devotes himself to the Knowledge (Ginan)
In his heart is Our home

311. He who walks with humility
In his heart is Our home

312. He who constantly thinks of Knowledge (Ginan)
In his home We have great presence.

313. Listen, King Jujeshtan, I am telling you
During Kaljug, I will stay hidden.

314. Then King Jujeshtan spoke in turn:
Where will You manifest Yourself, O Merciful?

315. And King Jujeshtan repeated:
Tell us the address of Master Lord (36)

316. Then Shri Budh at once replied:
Listen to My words, O King

317. In the Indian sub-continent (Jampudip), the continent of Bharat, you should know
In Kahek (37) I shall be

318. Gur Bhirma will be there present
His Name will be Pir Sadardin

319. (In) the Setar (38) sub-continent, the continent of Irak
The country of Daylam, I shall be

320. The Lord will live in that country
(In a) human body and dressed like human being

321. Thus He disclosed the house of God
Then King Jujeshtan paid Him his respect.

322. While they were talking to Shri Budh
There came Mother Kunta (39) indeed

323. She had brought a food dish
The Pandaw said: Give food to The Merciful

324. Then Shri Budh replied immediately:
Listen to this first (Pratham) thing, Pandaw

325. Have dinner with Me
And your sins will go away

326. Then the five Pandaw had dinner with The Lord
Then Shri Budh's bell was heard ringing in the Heaven

327. Then Shri Budh said: Listen, King Dharam (40)
Today, your Jagan (sacrifice) has been accepted.

328. Then King Jujeshtan said: Blessed is this day
When, seeing You, we have reaped the fruit of 10 millions of Jagans

329. O Lord, today, our sins are forgiven
When we received Your Holy Didars

330. When the Pandaw had dinner with The Lord
People blamed them

331. Then Shri Budh said: Listen, King Pandaw,
Sacrifice the holy cow to end this Jagan (41)

332. Today, all your sins are forgiven
Thus spake The Lord.

333. Then the Pandaw brothers had confidence
We shall do as You say

334. Then Shri Budh did a miracle
The Pandaw accept it upon them

335. Then a cow came down from the sky
And Shri Budh said verily:

336. Cut the head (of the cow) and pull it off
Pull off (42) the four limbs

337. They pulled off the skin
Then Shri Budh ordered

338. Then Mata Kunta (43) took the skin
King Jujeshtan took the head

339. The four brothers took the four limbs
And carrying it in their hands, they went towards Hasnapuri

340. A river of blood was pouring
And while pouring, the blood was changing into countless pearls

341. Every man and woman picked them up
Then a big rumour was spread in town

342. That the five Pandaw had committed a big sin
They had killed the cow and were converted

343. Then people slandered them
And at once the (Pandaw's) sins were pardoned (44)

344. As soon as they abandoned the town and came out of it
The five pious Pandaw reached Paradise

345. The Lord was happy
And there His desire came true

346. Then they wore the crown of weal encrusted with emeralds
The beauty of which was comparable to the moon's

347. Mother Kunta (45) received a robe of thousands of qualities
And solemnly wore the holy dress

348. At here neck, a necklace of emeralds
At her feet, pearls and diamonds (were) sparkling

349. At her arms, bangles of emeralds;
Their brilliance was limitless.

350. The Pandaw brothers, with God's blessings, went away
They went to Hastinapur

351. The people of the town welcomed them
Long live the Pandaw family

352. All the people had gathered
At the place where the cow was sacrificed

353. Some of them found the leather, some found the tail
And some others laid hands on horns

354. The Brahmins' daughters, and some sailors also came
They laid their hands on cow dung

355. And thus came to an end
The belief in the sacred cow

356. Then the Pandaw reached home
They paid their respects to The Lord Narayanr

357. Then Shri Budh spake on this wise:
Go and perish in The Himalayas

358. Then King Jujeshtan much implored:
At the Day of Judgment, O Master, don't forget us.

359. Listen King, I say to you
I, personally, shall stay with you

360. O King, be convinced in your heart
Whenever you will remember Me, I shall be there.

361. Such were the supplications of the Pandaw to Shri Budh
And thus, they went home.

362. Then Shri Budh disappeared.
The Pandaw got up and went to The Himalayas

363. When God took leave of the Pandaw
The 68 temples met The Lord

364. When the 68 temples saw The Lord
The Ganges talked to the 68 temples

365. The Ganges assembled the temples
And told them Shri Karsan (Krishna) has manifested in Shri Budh

366. When on the way came the King of Paradise
All temples fell at His feet

367. And there, they much implored and said:
Why are You sending us back, O Lord?

368. Then The Lord so spake:
O Ganges, why did you come out of your bed?

369. Then the 68 temples said to The Lord:
How will we tolerate living in the Kaljug?

370. Now the Duapurjug has come to an end, the Kaljug has taken over
And the faithful have left this home.

371. Then The Ganges tells to The Lord:
How will I tolerate living in the Kaljug?

372. If You stay manifested during Kaljug
Then we will not leave our shore

373. Such was the prayer of the temples to The Lord.
Then The Lord became attentive

374. Then The Lord said to The Ganges: Listen to Me
I will not be manifested during Kaljug

375. In the Setar sub-continent, in the West I shall be
And there, in My Tenth Manifestation I shall be hidden

376. Then the 68 temples said to The Lord:
O Lord, we shall not be able to live in the Kaljug

377. During Kaljug, people will commit many murders
All these crimes will be committed with no regrets

378. And after committing their crimes, they will join their hands
Their prayer will be feigned

379. They will use our name to praise us
Their sins will be upon us

380. After committing ill-deeds
They will come and walk round and round in us

381. Those ones, during Kaljug, will be the sinners
We will not tolerate to see them during Kaljug

382. O Lord, there will be sun sins in the Kaljug
We will not survive without You

383. The Lord listened to these words
He said to the temples:

384. Listen, O Ganges, to My words
You are born of the Miracle of Gur Bhirma (Allah The Creator)

385. You are born of the Miracle of Gur Bhirma
You have instituted the 68 (sacred) temples

386. Stay the way Gur Bhirma created you
Stay in His Miracle.

387. When The Lord Narayanr explained this,
The 68 temples calmed down.

388. In the town of Kahek (46) in Jampudip (47)
Gur Brahma manifested Himself

389. In Jampudip will live the Master Hassan Shah
The Name of the Master will be Pir Hassan Kabirdin (48)

390. Where there will be prayers and good deed
He will be there, present

391. He will be manifested during Kaljug
The ignorant people will not know Him

392. When The Lord Narayanr had given the news about The Master
The 68 temples turned to salute

393. Then the 68 temples saluted The Lord
O Lord, tell us where we can find You during Kaljug

394. Then The Lord Narayanr said to The Ganges:
In Our Light will live Gur Brahma

395. When The Lord uttered these words
The 68 temples were overjoyed

396. When The Lord had given this secret to the 68 temples
The 68 temples went away.

397. Then each one went, through meditation, to meet the Master Nabi Muhammad
Gur Brahma has manifested in Nabi Muhammad.

398. Then during Kaljug, the temples remained in the Miracle of Gur Brahma
The premises of these temples were cleared out.

399. For the 68 temples, the meaning of the three Vedas
Was for the past three Cycles (49)

400. Today, the ignorants in the Kaljug are reciting the empty Vedas
And the ignorant people will waste their time in the empty temples

401. During Kaljug, people will bring their worries to the empty temples
How can it be of benefit to them

402. The benefits were for the past three jugs
And now, what is left is the envelope.

403. When The Lord sent the 68 temples back,
The idols came to The Lord.

404. They fell at His feet and implored Him:
Why are you sending us back, O Lord?

405. If you don't manifest Yourself
Who, without You, will take care of us?

406. As the idols implored God with love,
God replied to the idols with love:

407. The Lord said to the idols: think with love,
Don't leave the world

408. Those who will consummate meat and alcohol will resemble you
During Kaljug, they will much praise you

409. So spake and explained The Lord
Then the idols were overjoyed

410. Then the idols, with joint hands, saluted The Lord
O Lord, where should we live during Kaljug?

411. O Lord, now, we will live wherever You tell us
Such is our supplication to You

412. Then with love, The Lord talked to the idols
Today, the 68 temples have been vacated

413. Gur Brahma has left all the temples
Go and live in those empty houses

414. Then The Lord prepared them a residence for the Kaljug
In which the idols went to live

415. While going there, do many miracles
And show it to people

416. Do such miracles
That those who are gone astray get together there, with confidence

417. The more the miracles, the more they will go to the temples
The fruit (benefit) of their deeds will be taken away by the idols

418. Eat these fruit by magic
Then they will all return to the temples

419. In the temples where the idols are being praised and worshipped
All these praises will be taken away by the idols

420. The more they come to you
The more they will praise you and trust you

421. When the idols were given shelter in the 68 temples
They saluted The Lord

422. Of the twenty-four countries (50), of the nine continents,
Of the 68 temples, make your home.

423. The Lord said: Listen, O idols,
Ruin the people who have gone astray

424. The prayers that will said without the Athar Veda (51)
Of these prayers, the idols will take advantage, with love

425. Today, during the Kaljug, Gur Brahma is Prophet Muhammad
But the lost world does not know Him.

426. Today, praise the Tenth Manifestation
And praise Him in the House (Jamatkhana) of Gur Sohodev  (52)

427. Thus saith The Lord and He sent them back
And the idols were all happy

428. In the temples have come idols of stone
Go and live in those places

429. In this Kaljug, Religion is quiet
Keep your presence in all the temples

430. The Lord said: Listen, O idols
Rob the lost world

431. Today, each prayer said under miracle
Will be given to the idols.

432. He who, today, does not know Prophet Muhammad, the Master of Truth,
That one is saluting the gods of stone

433. The world will gather where there will be miracles
This lost world will not trust the Master of Truth

434. The Lord so spake and left the idols.
Then the stones and the loose stones 

435. Fell at The Lord's feet and implored Him
Why do you send us back, O Lord?

436. O stones and loose stones, said The Lord then,
O stones and loose stones, why have you come here?

437. O Lord, we, the innocent, are being hammered, broken up and called "God"
O Lord, do justice about this

438. The words of stones and loose stones were heard by The Lord;
O Lord, while pronouncing Your Name they will say their prayers on us

439. To them, do our justice, O Master
We, the innocent, are much imploring You

440. All those who praise us - the stones and loose stones
Of all those praises the idols are taking advantage

441. The lost people are decorating us
Those idiots bow down before us and call us "Lord".

442. The Lord replied at once: Listen, stones and loose stones,
Those people will slaughter you and harm you

443. Don't be sad about that
We will settle accounts with them when The Lord Master will sit on the Throne

444. We shall do you justice at the Day of Judgment (53)
Those who praise you will drop on their knees

445. On the Day of Resurrection, We shall call them for accounts
Stones and lose stones, obey My words.

446. When The Lord had uttered these words,
The stones and loose stones kept quiet.

447. The stones and loose stones heard it from Shri Budh's own lips
They are enduring today the suffering of the Kaljug.

448. Now listen to the thoughts of the Pandaw
Those ones who went to The Himalayas

449. The Pandaw will say: We are abandoning our kingdom,
Thanks to the promise of the Master of Truth, we have reached Paradise

450. Thus spoke King Jujeshtan Pandaw
Who died on The Himalayas

451. Then 90 million (54) souls left with King Jujeshtan
They reached Paradise

452. That was the end of the Duapurjug
The Pandaw kings received the promise of The Lord

453. Thus spake Gur Sohodev
There is no end to the Manifestation of the Divine Essence

454. Listen, faithful, said Gur Sohodev
Again, I repeat to you The Essence

455. The Tenth Manifestation was taken by The Forgiver
The Creator took the Naklanki (55)  Manifestation

456. The pre-Eternal Vishnu is The Lord Ali
Gur Brahma is equivalent to Prophet Muhammad

457. The Kaljug came with its Atha Veda (56)
Nobody understood its meaning

458. Ishwar (57) was called Adam
According to the Vedas, I explain to you the place

459. In Jampudip (58), the region of Bharat,
The town of Duarka

460. In Jampudip lives Gur Brahma (59)
Who, today, recites the Athar Veda

461. In the Setar (60) sub-continent, the region of Irak, the state of Daylam
There (lives) the Tenth Incarnation, Ali, in a human body

462. Know His Name which is Ali
He will be the last Mahdi (Resurrector)

463. This Resurrector will come certainly
He will kill the Dayt Kalingo (61), be well assured

464. Tchinab Nagri (62), in the East (63)
There lives the famous Kalingo

465. This Dayt Kalingo will be extremely strong
His army will be unlimited

466. His army will be limitless
His soldiers will be powerful

467. From China will come the Kalingo
He will come to fight in Jampudip

468. The Kalingo will have 4 million followers
They will make a lot of trouble

469. By concentration, he will go to the skies
He will feed iron horses with sugar

470. He will show the deceased mothers and fathers
He will reverse the current of the river

471. He will make mountains of food move forward
He will change water into butter

472. The Kalingo will accomplish such miracles
And there, the whole world will be lost

473. Only My followers will not be lost
Those who will have recognized the Master of Truth.

474. When the demon Kalingo will make such trouble
The Lord Narayanr will reveal Himself certainly

475. In the region of Multan, the armies will meet
Step by step, they will move forward

476. Harmat (64) will blow the horn
Warriors will meet in thousands

477. Then 99 millions of Jakhs (65) will arrive unexpectedly
560 million Meghs (66) will walk on the battlefield

478. There will gather 320 millions of Kinars (67)
330 million souls (68) will walk on the battlefield

479. Then Pehlaj (69) will come with his 50 million souls
Harischandra (70) with his 70 million souls

480. Jujeshtan will come with his 90 million souls
Pir Sadardin with His 120 million souls

481. And there will be Pir Kabirdin with infinite souls, be well assured
He will also go on the battlefield, certainly

482. 125,000 (71) holy souls will come
The angels will come in infinite number

483. Gorakh (72) will come with 500,000 souls
They will ride on camels and sound the bugle

484. 35 millions (73) of spirits and souls,
1,000,000 lions

485. Then (will come) 640 million Joganiyuns (74)
They will beat the drums

486. Nine varieties of snakes will come
The warriors of the underground world (75)

487. 125,000 Ismailis from Khorassan, be assured
They too will come to the battlefield indeed

488. Then 124,000 prophets
They too will go to the battlefield indeed

489. Then the monkeys will come in unlimited flocks
This army of Harmat (76) will meet there

490. The Lord's army will gather
There, the army will know no limits

491. Then from Kashmir will come the important thing
Where King Jujeshtan was born

492. 1,800,000 musketeers (77)
Will also go to the battlefield indeed

493. Valorous is the City of Oujen
Where Sohodev (78) was born, be well assured

494. Then 1,400,000 Tchakradhari (79), be assured
Will go to the battlefield indeed

495. In the region of Jalandar (80)
Where King Bhim (81) was born

496. Accompanied by 4 millions of Gadhadhari (82)
They too will go to the battlefield indeed

497. Then honoured will be the region of Uchh (83)
Where the so-called Arjun (84) was born

498. 3,600,000 archers (85)
Will also go to the battlefield indeed

499. Honoured is the town of Malwa
Where King Nakul (86) was born

500. 3,500,000 lancers (87)
Will also go to the battlefield indeed

501. Then the army of the five Pandaw will meet at one place
Their number will be countless

502. Then (will come) gallant horses, and valorous trumpets will sound
The Lord Narayanr will ascend, beyond description (88)

503. There, the army of The Lord Naklanki will gather
The angels and the faithful will all go to the battlefield

504. There, with The Lord, an infinite number of groups
Will move forward step by step

505. Then, thousands of flags will float in the wind
And the sky will roar, the earth will shake

506. At the sound of the drums, the flags of The Lord are floating
And there will gather bright warriors

507. Then they will come to Jampudip
The meeting (of the armies) will take place close to Saraswati (89)

508. Then a clamour will rise to the sky
(The armies) will meet close to the river Saraswati

509. The two armies (will meet) face to face (90)
Between them, messengers will come and go

510. Then the two armies will prepare (to fight)
Their patience will be at the limit

511. Then between the two armies will sound the horn
A hubbub will rise in the two armies

512. The two armies will be very strong
In these two armies, nobody will be defeated

513. When The Lord Ali, riding on His Dul Dul,(91)will fight against the satan,
The head of the devil will fall down

514. Then with the forked (92) sword in His hands
Ali will fight the satan and his army

515. Then the trident will turn round the 14th night (93)
And the head of the demon will fall.

516. Then He will fight the army of the demon
There will be a large gathering on the battlefield

517. Then the 6,400,000 Joganiyuns (94)
Will beat the drums (joyfully)

518. They will fill up their drums with the blood of the demons
Then a clamour will raise

519. The Das Awatar (95) ends here by Grace of Naklanki
Who killed the Kalingo and won (96) the battle

520. Then listen, O faithful, said the Master Sohodev (Pir Sadardin)
I recite to you The Essence

521. Listen, faithful, we have prophesied the future
By Grace of The Lord, said Pir Sadardin

522. There is no end to the history of The Lord
But I have given you My thoughts on one side of it.


1. Jaduraï = Khrisna.
In the "Nade Ali Nade Ali" prayer, Hazrat Ali is called "Mazhar al-Ajaïb" (The Miracle Accomplisher).
2. Other Ginans speak the same way. Vazir Gangi was converted by hearing the Ginanic verse "Khota tara trajwa...".
3. Monogamy in Ismailism has been adopted since its very beginning. At the time when Ismailis were dominating North Africa, monogamy was rigorously applied.
Also refer to article by Aharon Lahish, "Polygamy and the Druze Family in Israel", JAOS, IC, 1979, pp. 58-63, on monogamy of Druzes in Palestina/Israel.
4. Women's respect in Ismailism has been assured since the beginning, as opposed to majority of traditions.
5. One of the fundamental principles of Islam is that there is no constraints in religion.
Imam Sultan Mohammed Shah explains in His memoirs (Albin Michel 1955) that people are free to decide whether or not they want to stay in the Ismaili faith, but they have no rights whatsoever to change it.
6. Pashou
Tchara pani
7. Contradicts in a decisive manner the accusations set against Ismailis regarding consumption of drugs in Alamût. Also refer to Ginans "Sahi Samari", "So Kiriya" and the French article entitled "Les Ismaéliens de Shougnan" (R. Majerczak, Revue du Monde Musulman, XXIV (1913), pp. 202-218). There are also numerous Farmans on the topic.
8. Including suicide.
9. Refers to the hypocrites who pretend to be believers particularly the Doctors of Law, the Brahmins referred to further in the Ginan.
10. Dassond, as the name indicates, is the tenth (1/10) of the personal revenue given to the Imam. 2.5% (1/40) is added as the right of the Pir. When Imam and Pir are One, total Dassond is 12.5% (1/8)) of the revenue. Dassond is the responsibilty taken by the believer at his conversion. In one of His Ginans, Pir Shams says that He converted a lion. This lion proposed to give away one tenth of the forest in which part he would not hunt. This was his Dassond.
11. Also refer to Ginan "So Kiriya" in which there is a clear break at the 40th kiriya. Equally, there's a non-published unknown Granth which resumes the forty famous Hadiths of Prophet Mohammed. This Granth, of which only three manuscripts have survived to-date, is attributed to Seyyed Imam Shah, and is entitled "Tchalis Wato". This Granth was read out at the SOS Khojki Conference organized by the Heritage Society in Toronto, January 1990. Those 40 Hadiths are also called "Tchalis Galiyo" in the Khojki manuscript #25 of the Ismaili Tariqah Board of Pakistan.
12. Namiya, Khamiya, Zikr, Dharam, Daya: Humility, patience (tolerance), prayers, good deeds, mercy.
13. Please refer to footnote of verse 133.
14. Ismailis prepare Memani (Nandi) for The Imam before sitting down to dinner.
15. Also means "with confidence".
16. The expression TRIBOVAR SAMI is currently used in Ginans. It means "The Master of the Three Worlds": the sky (Swarg), the earth (Mratiyu) and the underground (Patal). In some cases, it can also mean the Past, the Present and the Future.
17. "Wayis" means "generation", "family". This word comes from the "Wanch" family.
18. 14 worlds = 7 heavens and 7 earths.
19. Is there any relation with KHONR ADHAR? The word used here is WARANR ADHAR.
20. Mineral, vegetable, animal and angelic kingdom.
21. Bhar = weight, unit of measure, number.
1 Bhar = 202,176,000. The expression "Wanaspati Bhar Adhar" refers to the number of vegetables in the world. It equals to 18 x 202,176,000.
22. "Malesh" means "Muslim", "untouchable", etc.
23. Kurshetra = The battlefield of Mahabarata.
24. Mata Kunta was Krishna's aunt and the 5 Pandaw's mother.
25. The 6 Darshans = The 6 branches of Hinduism.
26. King Dharam = Surname of King Jujeshtan.
27. Beginning of Takya, that is to practise one's religion in hiding, in silence.
28. 1 Khonr = 180,000 people.
29. Literally: 19.5 out of 20.
30. Literally: 1/2 out of 20.
31. Dassond.
32. Sukarwari Beej (about 2 times a year).
33. Jampudip = India. Can also mean "The land of Jamp" (the land of the recital of the Divine Name.)
34. Jaduraï = Miracle Accomplisher. See footnote of verse 6.
35. See footnote of verse 133.
36. Gour Nar = Pir Shah
37. Kahek = the present Iran.
38. Sentardip = The Middle-East
39. See note of verse 221.
40. See note of verse 238.
41. This ceremony is surprisingly similar to the one at which Imam Hassan Alazikrihis-Salaam, on August 8, 1164 in Alamût, abolished the Sharia by ordering to break the Ramadan fast and instead celebrate Idd!
42. Joua = Jouda = To pull off, to separate.
43. See note of verse 221.
44. There is an old tradition which says that when someone is being slandered, his sins are forgiven.
45. See note of verse 221.
46. See note of verse 317.
47. See note of verse 284.
48. Pir Hassan Kabirdin, one of the 5 sons of Pir Sadardin, saved an infinite number of souls during Kaljug. One of the most important events of his life was the weaving of five hundred yards long and nine inches wide cloth from the cotton-like substance from the pods of a wild plant known as aak. Using safaron, dissolved in water, for ink he wrote in poetry a Ginan in Khojki character for the Imam Islam Shah. This work is known as Anat Akhado. He went to see the Imam in Kahek and presented the cloth which the Imam wore as a turban.
49. Kertajug, Tetrajug and Duapurjug.
50. "Tchowis Moulak" = "24 countries" (Name of China then).
51. The Athar Veda is considered as the Kuran.
52. Gur Sohodev is the surname of Pir Sadardin.
53. Mahadan = The Grand Day, The Day of Judgment.
54. Naw Karor = 90 millions.
55. Naklanki comes from Nish and Kalank = stainless, pure.
56. See note of verse 424.
57. Ishwar also means "He whom you can trust."
58. See note of verse 284.
59. Gur Brahma in this context is Pir Sadardin. The Ginan "Anand Anand kario Satgoor Bhirma" states it precisely in the last verse "Boliya Pir Sadardin Satgoor Bhirma.". The Ginans of Pir Sadardin are thus here called Athar Veda which is also the name of the Kuran.
60. Santardip = Middle-East
61. Dayt Kalingo = Satan, Demon
62. Tchinab Nagri = China
63. Pourab Dise = The East side, India
64. Harmat = Surname of Hanuman, the general of the Rama manifestation. Harmat, as a common noun, also means "woman".
65. Jakhs = The blessed souls of the first Grand Kalap.
66. Meghs = The blessed souls of the second Grand Kalap.
67. Kinars = The blessed souls of the third Grand Kalap.
68. It concerns the 330 million souls which were saved during the fourth Grand Cycle called Khalifa Kalap. The following two verses give a detailed account.
69. King Pehlaj was the saviour of 50 million souls during the first Kertajug.
70. King Harischandra was the husband of Tara Rani and the saviour of 70 millions of souls during the Tetrajug.
71. They are probably the 124,000 prophets (the number is often rounded off to 125,000)
72. Gorakh = a follower of Matchandar. He was a Saint.
73. Awound = 3.5 Awount Karor = 3.5 x 10,000,000
74. Joganiyuns: In the ancient times, women used to accompany the armies to the battle to encourage the soldiers by their rhytmic music and songs. They were called "Joganiyuns". Joganiyuns also means "virgins, pure, saints". Joganiyuns is also the feminine of Jogi.
75. Patal = the subterranean world
76. Harmat or Hanuman was a gorilla.
77. Kharang Dhari = soldier with a sword
78. Sohodev = probably one of the Pandaw brothers.
79. Tchakradhari = soldier with an arm which looks like a circular sword and which is to be spun round before throwing it on the enemy.
80. Jalandar is a town 50 miles (80 km) from Amritsar in Punjab.
81. Bhim was the strongest of the five Pandaw brothers. He generally used to fight with a bludgeon.
82. Gadhadhari = soldier with a bludgeon
83. Uchh = The place where was burried Pir Hassan Kabirdin.
84. Arjun = One of the five Pandaw brothers.
85. The word used is "Dhankadhari" which means "archers".
86. Nakul = One of the five Pandaw brothers.
87. The word used is "Nejadhari" = who holds a lance.
88. Epiphany of The Lord. Paradoxically, one of the best description of the Divine Epiphany is given in the Bible in the last chapter (New Testament, The Apocalypse of John).
89. Saraswati is the name of a river in India. It is a subterranean river (symbolically) which meets The Ganges and the Jamuna at their point of intersection. Their spiritual symbolism is in accordance with the INGLA (Ganga), PINGLA (Jamuna) and Sukshmana (Saraswati), the three rivers in the human body. The point of intersection lies in the forehead and is called the BHAMAR GUFA where God reveals Himself during Bandagi.
90. The expression used is "Drasht O Drasht" meaning "face to face".
91. Dul Dul is the name of the white horse of Hazrat Ali (Please compare with The Apocalypse in the Bible.)
92. Kharang Tridharo = Three-pronged sword. (In fact, the sword of Hazrat Ali, called Zulficar, was double-edged and its symbolism has been explained in different ways. On the other hand, Mach Awatar, the First Divine Manifestation during the Kertajug, was carrying a trident.) (Also note the expression "Tribowar".)
93. The word used is "Tchaudis" which, according to Missionary Abualy, means "4 corners". We think that this word does not come from "tchar" (4) but from "tchaud" (14) and it refers to the 14th night following the new moon, that is the full moon. In the Ginans, we come across expressions like "Tchaudise Tchandruna" used for the Epiphany of The Lord. There is also an unpublished Ginan of Pir Shams beginning with the words "Gur Diwa Gur Tchandruna."
94. See note of verse 485.
95. "Das Awatar" = can either mean that the Naklanki Manifestation is the last Manifestation of the Das Awatar, or that this Granth is only a part of a Das Awatar Moto written by Pir Sadardin, and the rest is lost.
96. Here is another expression with a double meaning: It can either mean that Naklanki who killed the devil is the One who won the battle, or it can be an advice to the reader with a spiritual connotation "Kill your own evil spirit".

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