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If anyone knows more arths of the below tuk, please do share.

 

ਰਾਮੁ ਗਇਓ ਰਾਵਨੁ ਗਇਓ ਜਾ ਕਉ ਬਹੁ ਪਰਵਾਰੁ ॥

 

 

FIRST ARTH:

Raam Chand passed away, as did Raawan, even though he had lots of relatives.

 

SECOND ARTH:

Raam (the Almighty God) left Raawan's heart, due to that, Raawan passed away, even though he had lots of relatives. 

 

THIRD ARTH:

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Bhul chuk maaf

 

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Ram as in Raja Ramchander ji is considered the element of good and Ravan as the element of negativity which is why during Dussehra Ravan's idol is burnt..

Ram is worshipped as messenger of Parmatma and as Parmatma's Himself too...and folklore says He was sent to destroy Ravan. 

So when Guru Gobindsingh ji in His Bani brings the focal point to Parmatma Waheguru..this tuk would mean the Good and Evil both have gone, nothing remains ..the constant is Parmatma ..The Nirankaar Akaal..

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Please listen to Gyani Inderjeet Singh jee Raqbewale, narrating another arth of the above verse. Gyani jee also narrates an interesting story (from one of the Ramayans) regarding Ravan's death.

Please start listening after 57:00 min:

http://www.gurmatveechar.com/audios/Katha/02_Present_Day_Katha/Sant_Giani_Inderjeet_Singh_(Raqbe_wale)/Sri_Gurpartap_Sooraj_Parkash_Katha/09_Sri_Guru_Tegh_Bahadur_Ji/Giani.Inderjeet.Singh.(Raqbe.wale)--Sooraj.Parkash.Katha.-.Ras.12.Adhyai.62.-.Satguru.Ji.Di.Deliho.Chithi.-.1996-08-11.mp3

 

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