Thursday, November 23, 2017
Gateway to Sikhism



Guru Nãnak Dev recited Baramahã at Kartãrpur (Rãvi) soon before his mergence with the Light Eternal. The artist has drawn paintings based on Bãrãmahã, depicting different seasons. The pangs of seperation, longing for the divine lover, the intense desire for union of the Soul with the Supreme Being are some of the themes portrayed in these paintings.

paintings Chetu paintings Asuni
paintings Vaisakhu paintings Kataki
paintings Jethu paintings Manghar
paintings Asaru paintings Pokhi
paintings Savan paintings Maghi
paintings Bhadau
paintings Phalguni

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