Paayo Ji maine Ram ratan Dhan paayo - Bhajan

May 13 2017 0 Comments Tags: Bhajan, Krishna, Rama

Paayo ji Maine Ram Ratan Dhan Payo is a very popular Hindu Devotional Songs by Meera bai who is a biggest devotee of Lord Krishna. In this Bhakti Bhajan, Meera bai is thanking lord by giving her Krishna who is an avatar of Lord Rama.  A lady saint called Meera bai, a devotee of Lord Krishna, could not make progress without a Guru. So she went to a cobbler (a person who makes shoes), and he became her Guru, and then she sang the song, 'Payoji Maine Ram Ratan Dhan Payo' (meaning: today I got the most precious wealth). So Meera in this bhajan says that this is the wealth I received, a blessing I received. It is a great wealth.

Paayo ji maine Ram ratan dhan paayo

पायो जी मैंने राम रतन धन पायो |

Paayo Ji Maine Ram Ratan Dhan Paayo ! 

वस्तु अमोलिक दी मेरे सतगुरु |
कृपा कर अपनायो ||

Vastu amolik di mere sataguru
Kirapa kari apanayo

जन्म जन्म की पूंजी पाई |
जग में सबी खुमायो ||

Janam janam ki punji payi
Jag mein sabhi khomayo

खर्च ना खूटे, चोर ना लूटे |
दिन दिन बढ़त सवायो ||

Kharacha na khute chor na lute
Din din badhat savaayo

सत की नाव खेवटिया सतगुरु |
भवसागर तरवयो ||

Sat ki naav khevatiya sataguru
Bhavasagara tar vayo

मीरा के प्रभु गिरिधर नगर |
हर्ष हर्ष जस गायो ||

Meera ke prabhu Girdhar nagar
Harsh Harsh Jas gaayo

 

 

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