Hymn about Hazur Sawan Singh
Sawan, Your cup of Naam, You gave to all of us. Intoxication was ours. Forgotten was Thy Simran by some. Simran of the world took place instead. It lasted too long.
Now, Kirpal has come1 to save us all. Every hour, every minute seemed to last like eternity! The rules must be obeyed, because Kirpal, You are the only Ruler.
Separation came through maya, the gambler of Kal. The dices are the game, the rule is to win or to loose. In both cases the soul could be the winner.
The soul cannot win against Kal, only overcome him through the permanency of Shabd-Dhun! If the soul wins, Kirpal is her, if the soul looses, she belongs to Kirpal! In both cases the soul is the winner. Let Kirpal fix the rules!
This Yug is unique. There will be none alike! 14 came, 70 helped, 500,000 could do it but none succeeded.2
You are the Only, will be the Only and none is like You, for Kirpal, You are the One and the Only!
Explanation: 1) Sawan Singh said: Kirpal Singh! I have done half of your work and have given Naam to over one and a half lakh (is equivalent to 150,000; note by the editor) persons and the rest you have to accomplish. (Source: ‘Hazur Baba Sawan Singh Ji with a short narrative brief Life Sketch – Hazur’s Disease and His Spiritual Succession’ by Kirpal Singh, 1894–1974.)
Kirpal said analogously:
I want all of you to become my ambassadors.
Independent of the line of Embodiments created by Kabir, another line came from Guru Nanak. Both were Swateh Gurus and were embodied during many years contemporaneously.
In the biography of Guru Nanak by Bhai Bala, Guru Nanak is said to have stated that in this Kali Yuga – Iron Age – many a Saint would come to lead people godward.
Before and after Guru Nanak,
by Kirpal Singh, 1894–1974
The fourteenth Saint was Hazur Sawan Singh. Thereafter the Almighty Power came Himself in the form of Kirpal.