Sunday, September 25, 2016
Gateway to Sikhism

In the month of Maghi I become immaculate by realising that the place of pilgrimage is within me. I
have easily met my Friend, by enshrining His virtues and merging in His Being. Hear Thou me, 0 my darling and beauteous Lord; Thine merits I have enshrined in my mind, If it please Thee, I shall bathe in Thy tank. The Ganges, Jamna the confluence of three streams, seven oceans, charity, alms and worship are contained in the Lord's Name. I realise that the One Lord is pervading every age. Nãnak, in Maghi, the ablution at the sixtyeight holies is contained in the meditation of the Supreme elixir of the Lord's Name.

Painting Copyright 2003 © Devender Singh.

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