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Aash Tamaaree Shri Ho Qaayam Sami - Translation A

AASH TAMAAREE SHRI HO QAAYAM SAMI
PEER HASSAN KABEERDEEN

ejee aash tamaaree shree ho qaayam saamee
saaheb chee(n)taa keeje ya shaah
sab gateeye shaah ke khadde re umaayo shaah
raaj reekheesar ghar dejo....................................1

O Everliving Lord! We cherish our hopes in You,
so keep us in your care and thoughts, O Lord!.
All jamaats stand before You with enthusiasm and supplicate:
O Lord! favour the believers with the (spiritual) kingdom.

ejee aj kal dashame shaah tame var daataa
saamee maaraa junaa te vachan sa(m)bhaaro ya shaah
veeshav ne var deeyo qaayam saamee
reekheesarnaa jeev sadhaaro..................................2

O Lord! In this age You are the Gracious Bestower (and Protector)
as the tenth physical manifestation of the Lord.
Remember the promises of the past, O my Lord.
O Everliving Lord! Let this universe have a groom
(i.e., let it come under a spiritual rule) and give
salvation to the souls of the believers.

ejee tu(n) more man vase shaah tribhovar saamee
saamee maaraa giyaan akhar sudh paai ye ya shaah
maannek motee laal jawaahir shaah
chun chun kanak lagaai ye....................................3

O the Lord of the three worlds (heavens, the earth
and the undersurface or hidden worlds)! You abide
in my heart. O my Lord! May I have the understanding
of the Divine knowledge and written words; (let this be
embedded in my mind like) gems, pearls, rubies and
precious stones (that are) picked and embedded in gold.

ejee karu(n) seerevaa tamaaree shree ho qaayam saamee
to mune sarave budh aave ya shaah
sohee vachan maaraa mukh maa(n)he thee kaaddho
jo saaheb tuj bhaave.........................................4

O Everliving Lord! I humbly offer my services (and devotions)
to You, by which I may gain all the wisdom O Lord!
(or so bless me with all the wisdom that I may need).
Only let those words be sais by me, which are liked by You, O Lord!.

ejee bhalee bataavo ya shaah buree tajaavo
har doe haath tamaare ya shaah
tere taraf ko karam hameshaa
paap dosh hamaaraa...........................................5

O Hazar Imaam! help me to do the good and avoid the evil.
Both of these are entirely in Your power, O Lord!.
Mercy comes always from you, and the sins and errors are from me.

ejee atee aadheen thaine emaj maa(n)gu
saamee maaraa venatee sunneene chee(n)t dejo ya shaah
tuj bhaave sohee kaam karaavo shaah
muj seer dosh ma dejo........................................6

O Lord! In the most obedient manner, I only crave for this:
O my Lord! Listen to my supplication and show your concern for me.
Let me do only those things that are liked by You, and do not
consider me guilty for the errors (and sins).

ejee krupaa kareene dukh dareeddhr ttaallo
saamee maaraa mahaav mukand muraaree ya shaah
tuj trutthe nav na(n)daj paamu shaah
jo hove najar tamaaree.......................................7

O Lord! Have mercy and remove all the sorrows and (spiritual) poverty.
O my Lord! You are the greatest remover of evil O Haazar Imaam!.
If it is Your pleasure, then I will attain the nine heavenly virtues (gifts),
(and) if you set Your merciful sight upon us.

ejee aash kareene ya alee hu(n) tere dar ubhee
kar joddeene em maa(n)gu ya shaah
dejo deedaar tusee mahaavar daataa
ham tere charanne laagu......................................8

Oh Ali! I stand at Your door with hope, (and) very meekly
I crave, O Haazar Imaam!. Bless me with Your Beautific Vision,
O the Exalted Bestower!. I fall prostrate at Your feet.

ejee peer hassan kabeerdeen sevak em vinave
saamee maaraa ham tere sharane muraaree ya shaah
hee jug kudd kapat jal bhareeyaa shaah
sat sethee paar utaaro.......................................9

Peer Hassan Kabeerdeen, the humble servant supplicates:
"O my Lord! I seek Your shelter. This age is full of evil and
deceit, take me across (this evil and deceitful ocean) by the way of Truth.

Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

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