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Chaupai is the short name for the Sikh prayer or Gurbani whose full name is Kabiobach Bainti Chaupai. It is a hymn compiled by the tenth Sikh Guru - Guru Gobind Singh. This hymn is also a sub-section of the main evening prayers of the Sikhs called Rehras . The Chaupai is part of the second most important Sikh Holy Book called the Dasam Granth.
Below are the beginning 4 parts of 25 of this prayer: Kabiyo Baach Bayntee. Chaupa-ee
- Please guard us with Your Hands. All my heart's desires are fulfilled. My mind is focused on Your Feet. Sustain us as Your Own.(1)
- Destroy all our enemies. With Your Hands protect me. In Bliss remains my household, servants, sikh, O Creator! (2)
- Give me your personal protection. Restrain all my adversaries, Today. You’ve Fulfilled my Wishes. My Thirst for Your Worship grows(3).
- Leaving You, may I never worship another. All my needs, I get from You. You save my Sikhs & Devotees. One-by-One you demolish my foe (4)
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