Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Gateway to Sikhism

 

In Phalguni, the soul of those, to whom Lord's love is pleasing is in bloom. She, who effaces her self-conceit night and day abides in spiritual bliss. When it pleases Him, efface I the worldly love from my mind and the Lord mercifuly comes to my home. Though I may wear many garbs, yet without Love, I shall find not a place in His mansion When my Beloved so wished, I decorated
myself with garlands, string of pearls, perfumes and raiments of silk. Nãnak, the Guru has united me with God and I, the bride have obtained my Groom in my very home

Painting Copyright 2003 © Devender Singh.

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