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    Kahan se aaya kahan jaoge : Lyrics and meaning 

    This post records the hindi verses, transliteration and translation of Prahlad Tippaniya’s rendition of the song Kahan se aaya, Kahan Jaoge as performed in Stanford University.

    Video of the performance is below:

     

     

    सब आया एक ही घाट से, उतरा एक ही बाट
    sab aaya ek hi ghaat se, utra ek hi baat
    Everyone came from one place, and took the same road
    बीच में दुविधा पड़ गयी, हो गए बारह बाट
    beech mein dhuvidha pad gayi, ho gaye baarah baat
    Half way along, you fell into doubt, and it became twelve roads

    घाटे पानी सब भरे, अवघट भरे न कोय
    ghaate paani sab bhare, avghat bhare na koi
    Everyone draws water from river banks, No one draws where there is no bank
    अवघट घाट कबीर का, भरे सो निर्मल होए
    avghat ghaat kabir ka, bhare so nirmal hoi
    No bank is like the bank of Kabir, The one who draws there, he becomes pure.

    हिंदू कहूँ तो हूँ नहीं, मैं मुसलमान भी नहीं
    hindu kahu to hoon nahi, mai musalmaan bhi nahi
    Saying Hindu that I am not, I am not a Muslim also
    अरे जो दोनों के बीच में, मैं खेलूं दोनों में
    are jo dono ke beech mein, mai khelu dono mein
    What is in between the two, I play in both

    कहाँ से आया कहाँ जाओगे
    kahan se aaya kahan jaaoge
    Where are you coming from, Where are you going?
    खबर करो अपने तन की
    khabar karo apne tan ki
    Get the news from your body
    कोई सदगुरु मिले तो भेद बतावें
    koi sadhguru mile to bhed bataave
    If you find a true guru, he will tell you the difference
    खुल जावे अंतर खिड़की
    khul jaave andar ki khidki
    Then inner window will open

    हिन्दू मुस्लिम दोनों भुलाने
    hindu muslim dono bhulaane
    Hindus, Muslims both deluded
    खटपट मांय रिया अटकी
    khatpat maay riya atki
    Stuck in always fighting
    जोगी जंगम शेख सवेरा
    jogi jangam sheikh savera
    Yogis, wandering jains, sheikhs
    लालच मांय रिया भटकी
    laalach maay riya bhatki
    all lost in greed

    काज़ी बैठा कुरान बांचे
    kaazi baita kuraan baanche
    The Kazi sits and reads the Quran
    ज़मीन जोर वो करी चटकी
    zameen jot woh kari chatki
    And then he grabs someone’s land
    हर दम साहेब नहीं पहचाना
    har dam saaheb nai pehchaana
    Can’t see the lord in every breath
    पकड़ा मुर्गी ले पटकी
    pakda murgi le patki
    Catches a hen and smashes it.

    बहार बैठा ध्यान लगावे
    baahar baita dhyaan lagaave
    Outwardly he meditates,
    भीतर सुरता रही अटकी
    bheetar surta rahi atki
    Inside his thoughts are stuck
    बहार बंदा, भीतर गन्दा
    baahar banda, bheetar ganda
    Outside saintly, inside filthy
    मन मैल मछली गटकी
    man meil machli gatki
    mind tainted, he swallows a fish.

    माला मुद्रा तिलक छापा
    mala mudra tilak chaapa
    With garlands, money, tilaks,
    तीरथ बरत में रिया भटकी
    teerath barath mei riya bhatki
    He is lost in pilgrimages
    गावे बजावे लोक रिझावे
    gaave bajaave lok rijhaave
    sings, plays entertains people
    खबर नहीं अपने तन की
    khabar nahi apne tan ki
    But has no understanding of his body

    बिना विवेक से गीता बांचे
    bina vivek se geeta baanche
    Unthinking he reads the Gita
    चेतन को लगी नहीं चटकी
    chetan ko lagi nahi chatki
    But it fails to brush his thoughts
    कहें कबीर सुनो भाई साधो
    kahe kabir suno bahi saadho
    Kabir says, listen sadhus,
    आवागमन में रिया भटकी
    aavaagaman mein riya bhatki
    people are lost in coming (birth) and going (death).



     
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    kāmamaya evāyaṃ puruṣa iti
    You are what your deep, driving desire is

    sa yathākāmo bhavati tatkratur bhavati
    As your desire is, so is your will

    yatkratur bhavati tat karma kurute
    As your will is, so is your deed

    yat karma kurute tad abhisaṃpadyate
    As your deed is, so is your destiny

    -Brihadaranyakopanisad 4.4.5



     
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    God breaks the heart again and again and again until it stays open.

    -Hazrat Inayat Khan



     
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    Karma is like the fruit of a mango tree. The mango will yield the tree and the tree will yield the mango and the cycle continues.

    -Niruben Amin, The Science of Karma



     
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    The law of karma, blessed ones, is not intended to act as a lash, to tear apart the souls of men. The law of karma is intended to instruct and to cause mankind to approach the throne of grace without fear, with the clearness of mind and being that will render them able to receive the pure vibratory action of Almighty God.

    -Annice Booth, The Path to Your Ascension



     
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    For the keynote of the law of Karma is equilibrium, and nature is always working to restore that equilibrium whenever through man’s acts it is disturbed.

    -Christmas Humphreys, Karma and Rebirth



     
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    Dadashri, Karma,   


    Supporting any action, with the claim, “I am doing it,” is karma. Claiming doership of any action, binds karma. To support the action with the belief ‘I am the doer’ is called binding the karma. It is this support of the belief of ‘doership’ that binds karma. If you know that you are not the doer and are aware of who the true doer is, ‘I am not the doer’ and ‘who is the doer’ then the action will not have any support and the karma will be shed.

    -Dadashri



     
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    What is the difference between
    your experience of existence and that of a saint?
    The saint knows that the spiritual path
    is a sublime chess game with God
    and that the Beloved has just made
    such a fantastic move that the saint
    is now continually tripping over joy
    and bursting out in laughter and saying, “I Surrender!”
    Whereas, my dear, I’m afraid you still think
    you have a thousand serious moves.

    -Hafiz



     
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    तुलसी साथी विपत्ति के, विद्या विनय विवेक|
    साहस सुकृति सुसत्यव्रत, राम भरोसे एक ||

    “तुलसीदास जी कहते हैं, किसी विपत्ति के समय आपको ये सात गुण बचायेंगे:
    आपका ज्ञान या शिक्षा, आपकी विनम्रता, आपकी बुद्धि, आपके भीतर का साहस, आपके अच्छे कर्म, सच बोलने की आदत और ईश्वर में विश्वास !!”

    Tulsidas says, during difficult times these seven things will help you.
    1. Education
    2. Humility
    3. Wisdom
    4. Courage
    5. Good Karma
    6. Truth telling
    7. Faith in God



     
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      बहुत बढ़िया

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    Struggle toward the capital-T Truth, but recognize that the task is impossible—or that if a correct answer is possible, verification certainly is impossible.

    In the end, it cannot be doubted that each of us can only see part of the picture. The doctor sees one, the patient another, the engineer a third, the economist a fourth, the pearl diver a fifth, the alcoholic a sixth, the cable guy a seventh, the sheep farmer an eighth, the Indian beggar a ninth, the pastor a tenth. Human knowledge is never contained in one person. It grows from the relationships we create between each other and the world, and still it is never complete. And truth comes somewhere above all of them, where, as at the end of that Sunday’s reading: the sower and reaper can rejoice together. For here the saying is verified that “One sows and another reaps.” I sent you to reap what you have not worked for; others have done the work, and you are sharing the fruits of that work.

    ―Paul Kalanithi, When Breath Becomes Air



     
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    जो तोको काँटा बुवे ताहे बोव तू फूल |
    तोहे फूल को फूल है ताहे है तिरसूल ||

    Jo toko kaanta buve,taahe bov tu phool
    Tohe phool ko phool hai, taahe hai tirsool

    For those who sow thorns for you, you should sow a flower
    For you flower’s a flower but, for them it’s a trident



     
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    Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.

    -Dalai Lama



     
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    , Edwin Markham, Karma,   


    For all your days prepare,
    And meet them ever alike:
    When you are the anvil, bear—
    When you are the hammer, strike.

    -Edwin Markham



     
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    Says the canvas to the artist, “You paint my body, I paint your soul”.

    -Shubra Chaturvedi



     
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    John Gardner, Karma, , ,   


    Life is the art of drawing without an eraser.

    John W Gardner


     
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    What you can do today can improve all your tomorrows.

    Ralph Marston


     
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    When you can’t make them see the light, make them feel the heat.

    Ronald Reagan


     
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    Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.

    Robert Louis Stevenson


     
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    Bhagvad Gita Chapter 2 Verse 47 

    Action alone is in your control
    Not the results ever
    Let not the fruit of action be your motive
    Nor should you keep company of inaction

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    KARMANYEVA ADHIKAARASTE
    Action alone is in your control

    कर्मण्य/Karmanya = In the work
    एव/Eva = Only
    अधिकार/Adhikar = Right / Control
    ते/Te = Your

    MAA PHALESHU KADAACHANA
    Not the results ever

    मा/Ma = No/Not
    फलेषु/Phaleshu = In the fruit/result (the root word is “फल”/”Phal” here, means, “fruit of work”)
    कदाचन/Kadachana = Ever

    MAA KARMA PHALA HETUR BHUR:
    Let not your motive be the fruit of action

    मा/Ma = No/Not
    कर्मफल/Karmaphala = Two words, Karma+Phala, कर्म/Karma = work and फल/phala = result or fruit of the work.
    हेतु /हेतु = Here it means “motive” (the word “hetu” may mean “reason” too)
    भु /bhu = be

    MAA TE SANGOSTVAKARMANI:
    Nor should you keep company of inaction

    मा/Ma = No/Not
    ते/Te = Your
    संग /Sang =attachment (this word may mean “companion too”, like “satsang”)
    अस्तु /Astu = Let there be
    अकर्मणि /Akarmani = In action

    ———–

    Example:

    The duty of a student is to study. The result of studies could be obtaining good marks. But a student must not study just for the sake of passing his exams. When he studies, he learns. Whether he passes or fails he should not be too happy or too sad about it.

    If ever a student studies for the sole purpose of passing his exams, in the end he has not learned anything even if he has passed. But if he studies because he considers learning and studying as his duty, he won’t even need to be worried whether he will pass or fail. And such a student as we have always seen they are most likely to pass their exams, unless they are not able to appear for it for some reason. But still he should not be sad about it. Why? Because the most important is at least he performed his duty well.

    Similarly :

    When we help someone, we should not do it for the sake of something we will get in return. If we are concerned about the reward for our action, then it not a charitable action at all. And when we help someone without worrying about our own gains, this is selflessness. What is important is for us to realize that as a human being we have been able to help someone.



     
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    Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later

    Og Mandino


     
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    People pay for what they do, and still more for what they have allowed themselves to become. And they pay for it simply: by the lives they lead.

    Edith Wharton


     
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    Laws of Karma 

    What is Karma? Karma is the Sanskrit word for action. It is equivalent to Newton’s law of ‘every action must have a reaction’. When we think, speak or act we initiate a force that will react accordingly. This returning force maybe modified, changed or suspended, but most people will not be able eradicate it.

    This law of cause and effect is not punishment, but is wholly for the sake of education or learning.

    A person may not escape the consequences of his actions, but he will suffer only if he himself has made the conditions ripe for his suffering. Ignorance of the law is no excuse whether the laws are man-made or universal.

    To stop being afraid and to start being empowered in the worlds of karma and reincarnation, here is what you need to know about karmic laws.

    1. THE GREAT LAW

    • “As you sow, so shall you reap”. This is also known as the “Law of Cause and Effect”.
    • Whatever we put out in the Universe is what comes back to us.
    • If what we want is Happiness, Peace, Love, Friendship… Then we should BE Happy, Peaceful, Loving and a True Friend.

    2. THE LAW OF CREATION

    • Life doesn’t just HAPPEN, it requires our participation.
    • We are one with the Universe, both inside and out. – Whatever surrounds us gives us clues to our inner state.
    • BE yourself, and surround yourself with what you want to have present in your Life.

    3. THE LAW OF HUMILITY

    • What you refuse to accept, will continue for you.
    • If what we see is an enemy, or someone with a character trait that we find to be negative, then we ourselves are not focused on a higher level of existence.

    4. THE LAW OF GROWTH

    • “Wherever you go, there you are”.
    • For us to GROW in Spirit, it is we who must change – and not the people, places or things around us.
    • The only given we have in our lives is OURSELVES and that is the only factor we have control over.
    • When we change who and what we are within our heart our life follows suit and changes too. THE

    5. LAW OF RESPONSIBILITY

    • Whenever there is something wrong in my life, there is something wrong in me.
    • We mirror what surrounds us – and what surrounds us mirrors us; this is a Universal Truth.
    • We must take responsibility what is in our life.

    6. THE LAW OF CONNECTION

    • Even if something we do seems inconsequential, it is very important that it gets done as everything in the Universe is connected.
    • Each step leads to the next step, and so forth and so on.
    • Someone must do the initial work to get a job done.
    • Neither the first step nor the last are of greater significance,
    • As they were both needed to accomplish the task.
    • Past-Present-Future they are all connected…

    7. THE LAW OF FOCUS

    • You can not think of two things at the same time.
    • When our focus is on Spiritual Values, it is impossible for us to have lower thoughts such as greed or anger.

    8. THE LAW OF GIVING AND HOSPITALITY

    • If you believe something to be true,then sometime in your life you will be called upon to demonstrate that particular truth.
    • Here is where we put what we CLAIM that we have learned, into actual PRACTICE.

    9. THE LAW OF HERE AND NOW

    • Looking backward to examine what was, prevents us from being totally in the HERE AND NOW.
    • Old thoughts, old patterns of behavior, old dreams…
    • Prevent us from having new ones.

    10. THE LAW OF CHANGE

    • History repeats itself until we learn the lessons that we need to change our path.

    11. THE LAW OF PATIENCE AND REWARD

    • All Rewards require initial toil.
    • Rewards of lasting value require patient and persistent toil.
    • True joy follows doing what we’re suppose to be doing, and waiting for the reward to come in on its own time.

    12. THE LAW OF SIGNIFICANCE AND INSPIRATION

    • You get back from something whatever YOU have put into it.
    • The true value of something is a direct result of the energy and intent that is put into it.
    • Every personal contribution is also a contribution to the Whole.
    • Lack luster contributions have no impact on the Whole, nor do they work to diminish it.
    • Loving contributions bring life to, and inspire, the Whole.


     
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