SWAYYA – 6
BIR APAAR BADE BARIAAR ABICHAAREH SAAR KI DHAAR BACHHA-Y-AA
Brave and mighty fighters, who do not hesitate in facing the edge of the enemy’s sword,
Bir: brave, apaar: without end, immeasurable, bade: big, bariaar: brave, abichaareh: without thinking, implies without hesitation, saar: sword, dhaar: sharp edge, bachha-y-aa: tolerate.
TORAT DES MALIND MAWAASAN MATE GAJAAN KE MAAN MALA-Y-AA
who can conquer the countries, crush the rebels and break the pride of the intoxicated elephants,
torat: break, implies conquering, des: countries, malind: crush, mavaasan: rebels, maate: intoxicated, gajaan: elephants, maan: pride, malae-n-ge: crush, break.
GAREH GARAAN KE TORANHAAR SU BAATAN HI CHAK CHAAR LAVE-Y-AA
and who can break the strongest forts and conquer lands in all directions with mere threats.
Gareh: strong, garaan: forts, torehaan: capable of breaking, su baatan hi: just by spoken words, implies by mere threats, chak: sides, chaar: four, chak chaar: four directions, implies all directions, lave-y-aa: can take, implies can conquer
SAHEB SRI SABH KO SIRNAAEK JAACHAK ANEK SU EK DAVE-Y-AA II6II
But the almighty God is the Master of all, all these mighty soldiers are beggars at His door, only He is the giver (all the might and bravery is bestowed by Him)
Sahib: Master, sabh ko: of all, sirnaaek: leader, commander, jaachak: beggars, anek: many, sue k: only one, dave-y-aa: giver