man raam naamaa bayDhee-alay
bwxI nwmdyau jIau kI rwmklI Gru 1(972-13)
banee naamday-o jee-o kee raamkalee ghar 1
The Word Of Naam Dayv Jee, Raamkalee, First House
AwnIly kwgdu kwtIly gUfI Awkws mDy BrmIAly ]
The boy takes paper, cuts it and makes a kite, and flies it in the sky.
pMc jnw isau bwq bqaUAw cIqu su forI rwKIAly ]1]
Talking with his friends, he still keeps his attention on the kite string. ||1||
mnu rwm nwmw byDIAly ]
My mind has been pierced by the Name of the Lord,
jYsy kink klw icqu mWfIAly ]1] rhwau ]
like the goldsmith, whose attention is held by his work. ||1||Pause||
AwnIly kuMBu BrweIly aUdk rwj kuAwir purMdrIey ]
The young girl in the city takes a pitcher, and fills it with water.
hsq ibnod bIcwr krqI hY cIqu su gwgir rwKIAly ]2]
She laughs, and plays, and talks with her friends, but she keeps her attention focused on the pitcher of water. ||2||
mMdru eyku duAwr ds jw ky gaU crwvn CwfIAly ]
The cow is let loose, out of the mansion of the ten gates, to graze in the field.
pWc kos pr gaU crwvq cIqu su bCrw rwKIAly ]3]
It grazes up to five miles away, but keeps its attention focused on its calf. ||3||
khq nwmdyau sunhu iqlocn bwlku pwln pauFIAly ]
Says Naam Dayv, listen, O Trilochan: the child is laid down in the cradle.
AMqir bwhir kwj ibrUDI cIqu su bwirk rwKIAly ]4]1]
Its mother is at work, inside and outside, but she holds her child in her thoughts. ||4||1||