Chaupai is the th Charitar of the Charitropakhyan of the Dasam Granth. Chaupai Sahib begins after the Chittar where two massive battles, including the later between Maha Kal and the devils, is narrated and the struggle of a goddess that was born as a result of the first battle and her quest for the acceptance of the Supreme Being, by her abandoning all other worldly desires, is illustrated. This hymn offers one protection and security and many Sikhs recite this Bani to gain spiritual safety and defense from external and internal enemies, worries and afflictions. The Gurmukhi gives one self-confidence and an upbeat feeling. This Bani gives one the feeling of reliability and dependability on the Lord.
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Play, read, listen and learn with the full length audio. Patshahi Dasvi. Kabiyobaach Bentee. Tav charnan man rehai hamaaraa. Apnaa jaan karo prat i paaraa. Sukhee basai moro parvaaraa. Sevak sikh sabhai kartaaraa. Sabh bairan ko aaj sanghariyai. Tor bhajan kee rahai piaasaa. Maran kaal ka traas nivariyai. Sri asdhuj joo kariyho rachhaa. Tumho puree chatur das kantaa. Sakal kaal kaa keeaa tamaasaa. Javan kaal sabh lok savaaraa.
Dev dait jachhan upjaayo. Aad ant eikai avtaaraa. Soee guru samjhiyaho hamara. Sakal prijaa jin aap savaaree. Bhale bure kee peer pachanat. Sabh par kripaa dristt kar phoola.
Eik eik kee peer pachanai. Prijaa dharat tab deh apaaraa. Aap aapnee boojh uchaarai. Jaanat baid bhed ar aalam. Aad aneel anaad asambh. Taa kaa moorr uchaarat bhidaa. Jaa kau bhev naa paavat bedaa. Mahaa moorr kachh bhed naa jaanat. Mahaadev ko kehat sadaa siv. Nirankaar kaa cheenat nehe bhiv. Keh bidh sajaa pratham sansaaraa. Runk bhayo raav kehee bhoopaa. Andaj jeraj setaj keenee. Ut bhuj khaan bahor rach deenee.
Kahoo n simmatt bheyo sankar ehkaitaa. Aad jugaad saroop suyambhav. Sikh ubaar asikh sangharo. Dustt jite utvat utpaataa. Sakal malechh karo rann ghaataa. Ridh sidh ghar mo sabh hoee. Dushtt chhaah chhavai sakai naa koee.
Jin nar naam tihaaro kahaa. Aap haath dai leho ubaaree. Sarab thor mo hoho sahaaee. Granth karaa puran subh raataa. Kilbikh sagal deh ko hartaa. Dustt dokhiyan ko chhai kartaa. Pooran karaa granth tatkaalaa. Man baa n chhat phal paavai soee. Dookh na tisai biaapat koee. Sunai gung jo yaahe so rasnaa paavaee.
Sambat satrh sahis bhenije. Ardh sahis phun teen kaheje. Bhadrrav sudee ashtmee ravivaraa. Teer sat-drav granth sudaahraa. Ram Rahim Puran Quran anak kahai mat eek na maneyo. Simrat shaastr badh sabh bohu bhedh kahai ham eik na janyo. Baa n he gahe kee laaj as Gobind daas tuhaar.
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Voodoor The Gurmukhi text is very powerful and gives one self confidence and an upbeat feeling. Charitars highlight negative energies that can be found on earth. This bani is recited every morning by devoted Sikhs. Chaypai Benti Chaupee can be read at any time during the day to provide protection, positive focus and energy.
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Magal It also forms part of the evening prayer called the Rehras Punjavi, which Sikhs recite every evening. With Your Hands protect me. Purpose of this app is to let busy and mobile young generation reconnect with Sikhism and Gurubani by reading path on mobile. The Bani offers protection and security and many Sikhs recite this Bani to gain spiritual safety and defence from external and internal enemies, worries and afflictions.
Chaupai Sahib in English
This Bani is one of the five Banis recited by the initiated Sikh every morning. It is also a part of evening prayer of the Sikhs called Rehras sahib. The Benti Chaupee can be read at any time during the day to provide protection, positive focus and energy. It is short composition which usually takes less than about 5 minutes to recite at a slow pace; it is written in simple Punjabi language and can be easily understood by most speakers of this language. Chaupai is the short name for the Sikh prayer or Gurbani whose full name is Kabiobach Bainti Chaupai. The Bani comes after the section called Charitropakhyan. Many "charitars" tricks; deceptions of the world are shown in Charitropakhyan.