Jap Ji Verse 18


Asankh moorakh andh ghor.
Asankh chor haraamkhor.
Asankh amar kar jaahi jor.
Asankh galvadh hati-aa kamaahe.
Asankh paapee paap kar jaahe.
Asankh koorhi-aar koorhay firaahe.
Asankh malaychh mal bhakh khaahe.
Asankh nindak sir karahe bhaar.
Naanak neech kahai veechaar.
Vaari-aa na jaavaa ayk vaar.
Jo tudh bhaavai saa-ee bhalee kaar.
Too sadaa salaamat nirankaar. ||18||


The blessed Satguru (Truth Guru) incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji (Guru Nanak Ji) in last Pauri (verse) 17 benevolently enlightened the entire mankind with Puran Braham Gyan (entire divine wisdom) about the pure souls existing in the Creation, so that the people in the whole world can understand and feel inspired; and engage and mould themselves in the deeds of Sat (Eternal Truth) and in Sato Birti (Consciousness of Sato – Sato is the goodness aspect of Maya and is characterized by the qualities of piety, divinity, contentedness and patience) that it will benefit them. From the beginning of the Creation and till the present age, throughout the four Yugas (the four epochs – Sat Yuga, Treta Yuga, Dwapar Yuga and Kal Yuga), there have been countless number of souls belonging to Sato Birti that are existing in the cosmos. Similarly there have been countless souls from the beginning of the Creation till today, and spanning all four Yugas, that belong to Tamo Birti (the vices viz. lust, anger, greed, attachments and ego), and Rajo Birti (the desires viz. hopes, expectations and yearnings) of Maya (all physical perceptions, all worldly temptations), and are existing in the universe. It means that there are numerous souls wandering the cosmos that are engaged in the deeds of Asat (opposite of Sat) and are slaves of Maya. These souls numbered only a few in Sat Yuga, but as the time passed the changes took place in the peoples’ lives, in their conducts and views, that caused the numbers of these souls immersed in deeds of Asat to go up, while the numbers of those souls that were engaged in deeds of Sat went down. Gradually with time the peoples’ lives, conduct and views underwent transformations that caused the Yugas to change; and the deeds of Asat became more and more prevalent. Gurbani (Guru’s words or God’s words – commonly refers to Sri Guru Granth Sahib, the compositions of Satguru Sahiban) describes this change in Yugas as following: In Sat Yuga, Dharam (righteousness, commonly used for religion or seeking divine union with God) was firmly established on four legs. By Treta Yuga, Koor (falsehood) began to gain ground and Dharam lost one of its legs. In Dwapar Yuga, Koor became more widespread and Dharam lost another leg. In Kal Yuga, Maya gained a firm hold upon the humanity and Koor became rampant, thereby making Dharam lose another leg, and balance on its last leg. The blessed Satguru incarnate the Fourth Patshah Ji describes this divine truth in the following Saloks (verses) of Gurbani:

Asa Mehla 4.

Satjug Sabh Santhokh Sareera Pag Charae Dhharam Dhhian Jeeo.

Man Tan Har Gaveh Param Sukh Paveh Har Hiradhai Har Gun Gian Jeeo.

Gun Gian Padharathh Har Har Kirtaarathh Sobha Gurmukh Hoee.

Antar Bahar Har Prabh Eaeko Dooja Avar Na Koee.

Har Har Liv Laee Har Nam Sakhaee Har Dargeh Pavai Maan Jeeo.

Satjug Sabh Santhokh Sareera Pag Charae Dhharam Dhhian Jeeo. ||1||

{Sri Guru Granth Sahib- 445}

Dharam had four legs in Sat Yuga. Sat Santokh (divine contentedness, state where there is humility and an absence of desires) was dominant in the spiritual cast of the people of Sat Yuga. The entire humanity had their lives based upon compassion, righteousness, contentedness and forbearance. In Sat Yuga, Bandagi (submission before God) was all-prevalent. The people of Sat Yuga, firmly in the hold of Sat, were immersed in Bandagi and in Sifat Salah (paying tributes to God) of Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar (Truth, the Transcendent Lord and Creator of the Universe). The people of Sat Yuga were immersed in Bandagi of Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar, enjoyed the life of supreme bliss, and engaged in acts that were in the service of Sat. A person in Sat Yuga had one’s Hirdha (Hirdha or Hirdha Kamal denotes one of the seven Sat Sarovars located near heart, part of one’s spiritual being)filled with divine virtues. A person of Sat Yuga is called as a Gurmukh (The person who has surrendered completely to the Gur and Guru, who has given everything to the Gur and Guru and dedicated Himself to the service of the Gur and Guru. The person who receives Naam, absorbs this GurParsaad, does Naam Ki Kamai and reaches Sach Khand is a rare Gurmukh soul). A Gurmukh is one who finds Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar all around him or her. A Gurmukh is one who finds the divine Jyot (the divine light within, God Himself) in every creature. A Gurmukh is one who is absorbed in Ik Oangkar (One God), without any uncertainty in mind. A Gurmukh is one who has dedicated one’s entire self including one’s body, mind and possessions before Guru (teacher and mentor; one who has accomplished Bandagi and attained Jeevan Mukti; and is divinely ordained to lead others on the path of Bandagi and Mukti). The people of Sat Yuga had the Naam (the Name – representing God and all His Creation) of Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar,as their constant friend; the people of Sat Yuga immersed themselves in Naam Simran (meditation upon Naam)and gained respect at Dargah (Divine Court) with their devotion to Naam. The people of Sat Yuga lived in Sat Santokh, and were always absorbed in Dhyan (deep concentration, with detachment from all-else) of Dharam. Meaning thereby that the people of Sat Yuga were not slaves to Maya, and their lives were not influenced by the Panj Dhoots (the five thieves – lust, anger, greed, attachments and pride) and by Trishna (desires). The blessed Satguru Nanak Patshah Ji in the last Pauri blessed the entire humanity with Puran Braham Gyan about countless number of souls; all such souls belonged to Sat Yuga. In today’s age, i.e. in Kal Yuga, such souls are rare that lead the life of Sat Yuga. In this Pauri the blessed Satguru incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji bestows upon humanity the Puran Braham Gyan about those other souls that do not lead life of Sat Yuga.

Taeta Jug Aeia Antar Jor Paeia Jath Sanjam Karam Kamae Jeeo.

Pag Chouthha Khisia Thrai Pag Tikia Man Hiradhai Krodhh Jalae Jeeo.

Man Hiradhai Krodhh Meha Bislodhh Nirap Dhhaveh Larr Dukh Paeia.

Antar Mamata Rog Lagaana Haumai Ahankaar Vadhhaaea.

Har Har Kirpa Dhaaree Maerai Thakur Bikh Gurmat Har Naam Leh Jae Jeeo.

Taeta Jug Aeia Antar Jor Paeia Jat Sanjam Karam Kamae Jeeo. ||2||

{Sri Guru Granth Sahib- 445}

After Sat Yuga came Treta Yuga, where the people’s attention turned towards the discipline of Jat . Jat implies vanquishing the destructive evil of lust. One who vanquishes the disastrous evil of lust are called Jati (ascetic), implying a Soorma (warrior, valiant). By nature a Soorma carried the vices of regarding oneself as mightier than others, prevailing over others, and dominating over others. A Soorma’s nature had in it the dominance of rage and arrogance. This is how Dharam lost one leg, and came to be supported on three legs. In this Yuga the Hirdhas of people were consumed with the destructive mental diseases of rage and arrogance. Consequently those influenced by their Soorma nature became arrogant and angered; and started attacking others in order to assert their supremacy. The mighty reigned over the weak. This is how the destructive forces of Maya, viz. the attachments, anger and pride began spreading their influence; and Maya began to take hold of the populace. Consequently this Yuga saw the ascendancy of the arrogant Soormas like Ravana, who Shri Ram Ji, an Avatar (incarnate) of this Yuga, had to destroy in order to re-establish the reign of Dharam. In Similar way Shri Ram Ji destroyed many demons, and showed the path of Dharam to humanity. This is how Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar bestowed His kindness upon the mankind and protected Dharam with the advice to the humanity to use the nectar of Gurmat (Guru’s guidance, or God’s guidance) for destroying the poisons of the attachments, anger and pride. It shows that those who become slaves to the tendencies of attachments, anger and pride; and under the influence of these destructive forces of Maya commit enormous sins and Koor Karams (Asat Karams – deeds that are against Sat, untruthful deeds), only the nectar of Gurmat can save them from these disastrous forces of Maya. The blessed Satguru incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji in this Pauri describes the Puran Braham Gyan about countless such souls that ceaselessly drink the poisons of the attachments, anger and pride. Gurbani terms the Rajo (hopes, expectations and yearnings)and Tamo (lust, anger, greed, attachments and pride)attributes of Maya as poisons. Because, those that slave under these disastrous forces of Maya end up destroying their Hirdhas. The Hirdha of a human being is the place where Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar manifests Himself. Therefore those, whose Hirdhas become hollow, go astray forever. Only the nectar of Gurmat can save them from this gravely lethal poison.

Jug Duapur Aeia Bharam Bharamaeia Har Gopee Kanha Oupae Jeeo.

Tap Taapan Taapeh Jag Punn Aarambheh Att Kiria Karam Kamae Jeeo.

Kiria Karam Kamaeia Pag Doe Khiskaaeia Doe Pag Tikai Tikae Jeeo.

Maha Judh Jodh Bahu Keenhae Vich Houmai Pachai Pachae Jeeo.

Deen Dayaal Gur Sadhh Milaeia Mil Satgur Mal Leh Jae Jeeo.

Jug Dhuapur Aeia Bharam Bharmaeia Har Gopee Kaahn Oupae Jeeo.||3||

{Sri Guru Granth Sahib- 445}

After Treta Yuga came the Dwapar Yuga, when Dharam lost another leg and was left with only two active legs. In Dwapar Yuga, Maya’s influence over the lives of the mankind rose greatly. In Gurbani Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar is referred to as a male, and the people of the world are addressed as the female. As there was scarcity of Dharam in people’s lives, the influence of Maya had led the humanity astray and there was a lack of peace and calm in people’s lives. To overcome this disquietude caused by Maya, the mankind – that is the female in the creature form – got engaged in the service of her male husband – Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar – and started performing various virtuous deeds such as the Tap (renunciation and meditation), Jap (recitation of holy texts) and several kinds of Yag’s (religious rites). Misled by Maya, in their arrogance the great warriors and the kings and emperors were tempted to increase their power and dominance; and got entangled in epic wars leading to their ends. The famous great war of Mahabharata took place in this Yuga, where the kin killed and destroyed one another. It was in this Yuga that Shri Krishan Ji  took Avatar to re-establish Dharam; and gave the discourse of Gita to guide the spiritual lives of the humanity. Those, who fall under this egotistic tendency of Maya, burn in the flames of their own ego and scald others too. The whole world became victim of the misleading and dangerous forces of Maya. The only way to escape these dangerous forces is the Gurkirpa (Divine Kindness) and Gurprasad (Eternal Bliss and Eternal Grace) of Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar. Those – upon whom the compassionate-upon-the-humble Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar has been kind, and has introduced them to their complete Guru – receive Gurprasad, turn their lives into the lives of Sat Yuga, and escape the slavery of Maya.

Kaljug Har Keea Pag Thrai Khiskeea Pag Chouthha Tikai Tikae Jeeo.

Gur Sabad Kamaeia Aoukhadhh Har Paeia Har Keerat Har Saanth Pae Jeeo.

Har Keerat Rut Aee Har Nam Vadaaee Har Har Nam Khaeth Jamaeia.

Kaljug Beej Beeje Bin Navai Sabh Laha Mool Gavaeia.

Jan Naanak Gur Poora Paeia Man Hiradhai Nam Lakhae Jeeo.

Kaljug Har Keea Pag Thrai Khiskeea Pag Chouthha Tikai Tikae Jeeo. ||4||4||11||

{Sri Guru Granth Sahib- 445}

Post Dwapar Yuga, the Kal Yuga arrived. In Kal Yuga, Dharam has already lost a third leg and is now supported on its last leg. The present times are the age of Kal Yuga. Kal Yuga implies the darkness of the disastrous influences of the Rajo (hopes, expectations and yearnings)and Tamo (lust, anger, greed, attachments and pride)tendencies of Maya enveloping the world. This is why this age is called as the Kal Yuga, the age of darkness. In Kal Yuga, Maya reigns over the entire humanity with full might. The entire world is bogged down in the slavery of Maya. The whole mankind is sunk in the swamp of Maya. All kith and kin and relations are a slave to Maya. There is no conduct of Sat between relations or acquaintances. The attachments of the family, lust, anger, greed, pride and desires have turned the whole mankind crazy. Everybody is busy grinding one’s own axe. Everywhere one turns, one is met with wants and demands. It is hard to find anyone with the propensity to give. There is corruption at every level of the society. The whole humanity is steeped in deeds of Asat. Knowingly or unknowingly, the entire humanity has become victim of this macabre dance of Maya; the entire humanity is leading the life of sufferings and distresses and is trapped in the cycle of life & death. The only cure of these harrowing and dangerous ills of Maya is Gur Shabad (God’s words – or His Hukam, the Divine Will). The only means to rid oneself of these mental maladies and these gravely disastrous forces of Maya is Naam of Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar. Only by practising Gur Shabad in one’s life can one get rid of these utterly ruinous diseases of lust, anger, greed, attachments, pride and desires. One who practises performing deeds of Sat in one’s life is rewarded with Darshan (glimpse with Gyan Netar, the inner eye) and with company of the true Guru. The true Guru bestows upon one the Gurprasad of Naam, Naam Simran, Naam Di Kamai (Naam in practice in one’s life), Puran Bandagi (complete surrender before God) and Seva (humble and selfless service to others). When one receives Gurprasad and does Naam Simran and Naam Di Kamai, one’s Hirdha attains true peace and calm. With Naam casting illumination in Hirdha, the Hirdha attains Puran Sachyari Rehat (state of total compliance with Sat) and one is released from the Vidhan (constitution, laws) of Karma. In Kal Yuga the magnificence of Naam of Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar is infinite. Gurbani terms Naam Di Kamai as the highest and the best practice in life. Except for Naam Di Kamai, all other acts are termed fruitless. Those who do not practise Naam are called as Atmaghati (suicidal, in a spiritual sense) in Gurbani. As per Gurbani, without Naam everything is Koor (false). As per Gurbani, without Naam everything is Mithya (an illusion, false). As per Gurbani, without Naam everything is Baurana (senseless). Only Naam can liberate one from the slavery of Maya.

Thus with time, the conduct and the character of the people underwent transformation, and the affairs of the Creation that in Sat Yuga started with Sat have now in Kal Yuga infiltrated into Koor. The blessed Satguru incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji has in this Pauri showered upon the humanity the Puran Braham Gyan about those uncounted souls that are immersed in the deeds of Sat; so that humanity can assess what direction their deeds are taking; and as a result of their deeds of Asat in what direction their own fate is headed. As per Vidhan of Karma, a man writes his own destiny. As per Vidhan of Karma, a man makes his own destiny. Therefore this supremely true fact carries infinitely powerful Braham Gyan within it. Those who realize this supreme truth better their own lives as well as the lives of the others. The seed of Bandagi is sowed in one’s Hirdha only upon realization of this supremely true fact. Those who grasp this supreme and true fact turn their deeds into deeds of Sat, and by gradually accumulating Sat Karams (deeds of Sat) they achieve Gurprasad. Therefor we make this extremely humble prayer to all humanity to take a look at their current deeds and determine into what direction these deeds are leading them. In this way one will receive the guidance to make one’s deeds tread the path of Sat; one’s mind will be enlightened; one’s deeds will follow the path of Sat; and one’s life and one’s Hirdha will begin to be transformed. The seed of Bandagi in one’s Hirdha will germinate.

Satguru incarnate the blessed Nanak Patshah Ji tells us that there are innumerable souls in the universe that fall in the category of utter fools. Meaning thereby that innumerable souls in the universe are steeped in the darkness of Maya; and being influenced by the lust, anger, greed, attachments, pride and desires are busy carrying out Asat Karams and Koor Karams. Even realizing that they must reap the fruits of their acts, they do not refrain from giving shape to their sinful deeds. Let’s for a moments take a glance at our daily lives and evaluate our daily actions; we will find out very clearly what Asat Karams we have committed and are in the process of committing, and also what Sat Karams we have performed and are performing. Let’s turn our attention towards our daily activities and spend a few moments everyday looking back at the deeds of the past 24 hours; we shall inevitably become conscious of how many Asat Karams and how many Sat Karams we have performed. If we weigh our everyday deeds on the balance of Sat, we shall easily discover to what degree we are a Sachyara (person in absolutely compliance of Sat, divinely truthful).

There are countless those who occupy themselves in thieving and stealing from others. The human beings, sunk in Maya, are day and night busy in thoughts and in deeds as to how to hoard wealth and material objects without regard to whether the means of their acquisitions are right or wrong. A race of Maya is going on everywhere; and the entire world is busy in trying to win this race by outmanoeuvring others. Corruption is all-prevalent today. Bribery has become a part of human character. Those with political powers use their influence to hoard wealth and properties, and to flaunt their superiority. Government officials and senior officers of high ranks in their greed, ego and rage are busy exploiting the weaknesses and the wealth of the public. Depravity and misconduct are commonplace. The domestic life has become full of sufferings and strife, in part because of one’s own deeds, and in part because of the political and social corruption. The young generation is completely consumed in the dangerous illness of lust. The political and the social set-ups have become completely subservient to Maya, and are busily destroying the humanity. Spirituality is on the decline. There is a dearth of the persons with qualities of Sat Yuga. Maya has draped a curtain over the wisdom of the humanity; and the corrupt have forgotten that they will have to account for their Asat Karams. Leading such a disastrous life, people are preparing to waste their human births and to wander in Juni’s (low-life species)trapped in the cycle of life and death. The deeds of the political and social authorities have turned into the deeds of Asat.

Even such souls are countless that – in order to meet their own selfish needs – do not refrain from slitting the throats of others. To appropriate for selfish gains what rightfully belongs to others is as great a sin as slaying others. The harassment of public by seeking bribes is no less a crime than murder. Misuse of political power to loot the country and public is no less a crime than murder. Employing one’s political and social clout and misuse of one’s authority for personal gains and encouraging corrupt practices is no less a sin than murder and killings. Because of such destructive tendencies and deeds by all levels of the society sin has become ubiquitous. The humanity has stopped appreciating the brotherhood of mankind, recognizing its values or practising it. Wallowing in sins countless people lead disastrous lives, ruin their lives under the slavery of Maya and depart from this world having wasted away their human births.

There are countless human beings that live the life of Koor, and having lived the life of Koor one day depart from this world after squandering away their lives. A Kooriar (falsifier) is a person in whose Hirdha the lust, anger, greed, attachments, pride and desires have made their homes; thereby denoting a persons who is slave to these pernicious tendencies of Maya. These persons, whose every deed is an Asat Karam, are called as Kooriars. Those who are bogged down in the filthy swamp of Maya are called as Kooriars. Those who lead a life filled with sins are called as Kooriars. Such people have lost all their senses. A slave of Maya begets Maya as one’s Guru. A licentious person has only the lust as one’s Guru. A wrathful person has only the anger as one’s Guru. A greedy person has only the greed as one’s Guru. A person with deep worldly ties has only the attachments as one’s Guru. A person with attachments cannot be Nirbhao (without fear) or Nirvair (without enmity or hatred). An egotistical person has only the pride as one’s Guru. A person deep in desires has only Trishna as one’s Guru. Thus those who have the lust, anger, greed, attachments, pride or Trishna as their Gurus are called as Kooriars. A Kooriar’s wisdom is impure and polluted. A Kooriar follows the advice of Maya. Thus a Kooriar feasts upon the filth of Maya. A life in slavery of Maya is akin to a feast of filth; because the slavery of Maya is disrespect to human body, and an abuse of human body. When one abuses the human body – meant to be applied in Bandagi of Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar and in deeds of Sat, and thereby in leading a pleasing and blissful life – to feast upon filth, one not only subjects one’s body to destruction by physical and mental maladies, but also wastes away a rare human life and is doomed to wander in the Juni’s in coming times. It is a humble and respectful prayer to all humanity to behold this completely true fact that the cause of all mental and physical ailments is nothing but the slavery of Maya. The cause of all domestic strife is nothing but the slavery of Maya.

Nindya (criticism, slander, denunciation) is born out of jealousy and prejudice. Jealousy is an element of the attachments. Nindya implies negative criticism with a view to demean somebody. Nindya implies criticising someone out of jealously and ill-will. Nindya implies negative and deliberate criticism of someone’s deeds, character, lifestyle, conduct or other qualities. Nindya implies negatively debating one’s supposed qualities or deeds, in one’s presence or behind one’s back. Nindya implies using foul language against someone, doing a bad turn to someone or thinking bad of someone. Every Nindak (one indulging in Nindya) finds enjoyment in Nindya. But one forgets that the pleasure of this enjoyment is not a sweet pleasure but acts as and only as, a poison. Nindya is a dangerous, destructive and lethal disease that destroys everything that one possesses. This disease, in one moment of Nindya, destroys all spiritual gains of a person. There is no way to rectify a deed of Nindya. A deed of Nindya must to be paid back with one’s fate. The only way by which a Nindak may be absolved of the sin of one’s conduct is by doing a penance for Nindya; and to beg forgiveness of the person, the subject of one’s Nindya. If forgiven the Nindak averts the consequences of one’s misdeed. Thus a Nindak has to carry the burden of the disastrous consequences of Nindya. Countless souls in the cosmos are busy in Nindya and are therefore carrying the burdens of Nindya on their heads. A Nindak bears the baleful burden of Nindya for several births to come. Such misdeeds cause a human being to face sufferings and distresses in life in the coming period.

The blessed Satguru incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji calls himself as “Neech” (“lowly and humble”). The word “Neech” implies utter humbleness of Hirdha. The word “Neech” implies extreme humility. The word “Neech” implies regarding oneself as dust at the feet of Creation. The word “Neech” implies the death of one’s ego. The word “Neech” implies the end of pride and arrogance. The state of a Hirdha filled with humility is a supremely powerful state of one’s spirituality where one attains the key (right of admission) to Dargah. The state of a Hirdha filled with humility is where one attains Puran Braham Gyan. Those who earn this state have arrived in Dargah and have received the Gurprasad of Puran Braham Gyan. This is why the blessed Satguru incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji has revealed this Puran Braham Gyan in many Saloks of Gurbani:

“Mai Keeta Na Jaata Haraamkhor.Hao Kya Muh Daesa Dhust Chor.

Naanak Neech Kehai Beechar.Dhhanak Roop Raha Kartaar.||4||29||”

(Sireerag Mehala 1 Ghar 4, Page 24)

“Jug Jug Saachaa Hai Bhee Hosee.Koun Na Mooaa Koun Na Marsee.

Naanak Neech Kehai Baenantee Dhar Dhaekhaho Liv Laaee Hey.||16||2||”

(Maaroo Mehlaa 1, Page 1022)

“Kathhanee Kathho Na Avai Our.Gur Puchh Dekhya Nahee Dar Hor.

Dhukh Sukh Bhanai Thisai Rajae.Naanak Neech Kehai Liv Lae.||8||4||”

(Gourree Guaraeree Mehlaa 1, Page 223)

The state of one’s Hirdha wrapped in humbleness leads one to the state of Sunn (complete, utter peace and calmness). In this state one attains Puran Braham Gyan and Puran Tat Gyan (the entire divine knowledge and understanding of the divine ways). It is on attaining this supremely powerful state of Sunn that one realizes the Puran Braham Gyan about the infiniteness and eternity of Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar. Thus one who becomes conscious of this infinite, eternal supreme power of Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar and one who performs His Bandagi realizes that one’s own existence is insignificant before Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar, and thus one is able to efface oneself. Once one’s own self is effaced, the Bhagat (devotee) assimilates forever in Bhagwan (God). Once one reaches this state one finds only the supreme power of Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar and His Hukam in action and in force all around and in all directions.

Let alone a complete contemplation of the eternal, infinite Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar, we can’t even fully fathom such people who have the consciousness of thieves, fraudsters, roughnecks, the corrupt, Nindaks, grave sinners, Kooriars, bribe-seekers, the arrogant, the depraved and the perverts. The blessed Satguru incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji states that the above is just an attempt towards a brief contemplation of the matter. According to the above described words of the blessed Satguru incarnate Nanak Patshah Ji, from Sat Yuga till the present age of Kal Yuga, since this world has come into existence, such thieves, fraudsters, roughnecks, corrupt, Nindaks, grave sinners, Kooriars, bribe-seekers, arrogant, depraved and perverts have been taking births on earth, that no one has been able to conclusively comprehend, nor will anyone ever be able to. Thus only Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar alone knows His affairs. We have no capacity to even once express our devotion in the eternal and infinite form of Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar. Only Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar alone is constant from His own support and casts His own illumination in the entire Creation. All the affairs of the Creation are eternally run only in accordance with the Vidhan made by Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar. Only the Hukam of Sat Par Brahm Pita Parmeshwar is eternally abiding.