An original paining of Baba Nanak ji. Baghdad, Iraq.

An original paining of Baba Nanak ji. Baghdad, Iraq.

Guru Har Krishan Ji • Eighth, of the Sikh Gurus by FulkariBazaar on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/195723948/guru-har-krishan-ji-eighth-of-the-sikh

Guru Har Krishan Ji • Eighth, of the Sikh Gurus by FulkariBazaar on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/195723948/guru-har-krishan-ji-eighth-of-the-sikh

Guru Teg Bahadur Ji- Ninth Guru of Sikh Religion, Reluctant to leave meditation and come forward as guru, ultimately sacrificed his life to protect Hindu Pandits from forced conversion to Islam. PARANTS’S NAME:	Guru Hargobind Ji, Mata Nanki Ji PLACE  DOB:	Amritsar, April, 1, 1621 WIFE NAME:	 	Mata Gujri Ji SON  DAUGHTERS:	Gobind Singh Ji GURSHIP YEARS:		13 Years CONTEMPORARY EMPEROR:	Aurangzeb (Moghal Emperor) MARTYRED PLACE  YEAR/AGE:	Delhi / Nov., 11, 1675/54Years.

Guru Teg Bahadur Ji- Ninth Guru of Sikh Religion, Reluctant to leave meditation and come forward as guru, ultimately sacrificed his life to protect Hindu Pandits from forced conversion to Islam. PARANTS’S NAME: Guru Hargobind Ji, Mata Nanki Ji PLACE DOB: Amritsar, April, 1, 1621 WIFE NAME: Mata Gujri Ji SON DAUGHTERS: Gobind Singh Ji GURSHIP YEARS: 13 Years CONTEMPORARY EMPEROR: Aurangzeb (Moghal Emperor) MARTYRED PLACE YEAR/AGE: Delhi / Nov., 11, 1675/54Years.

#SikhArt Guru Nanak Dev Ji – Flow with the Hukam Guru Nanak Dev Ji with Bhai Mardana Ji and local villagers. In the spirit of my old painting of Guru Nanak Dev Ji– Shabad Vichar How can one realize the truth that all is impermanent? By staying with the current of the eternal present moment one can recognize things for what they truly are.

#SikhArt Guru Nanak Dev Ji – Flow with the Hukam Guru Nanak Dev Ji with Bhai Mardana Ji and local villagers. In the spirit of my old painting of Guru Nanak Dev Ji– Shabad Vichar How can one realize the truth that all is impermanent? By staying with the current of the eternal present moment one can recognize things for what they truly are.

While the ceremonial rites were being performed by Baba Buddha Ji, Guru HarGobind Ji asked Baba Buddha to adorn him with a sword rather than the Seli of Guru Nanak Dev Ji which had been used previously by the earlier Gurus. Guru HarGobind Ji then put on not one, but two swords; one on his left side and the other on his right. He named one "Miri," representing Temporal Power, and the other "Piri," representing Spiritual Power, one to smite the oppressor and the other to protect the innocent.

While the ceremonial rites were being performed by Baba Buddha Ji, Guru HarGobind Ji asked Baba Buddha to adorn him with a sword rather than the Seli of Guru Nanak Dev Ji which had been used previously by the earlier Gurus. Guru HarGobind Ji then put on not one, but two swords; one on his left side and the other on his right. He named one "Miri," representing Temporal Power, and the other "Piri," representing Spiritual Power, one to smite the oppressor and the other to protect the innocent.

While the ceremonial rites were being performed by Baba Buddha Ji, Guru HarGobind Ji asked Baba Buddha to adorn him with a sword rather than the Seli of Guru Nanak Dev Ji which had been used previously by the earlier Gurus. Guru HarGobind Ji then put on not one, but two swords; one on his left side and the other on his right. He named one "Miri," representing Temporal Power, and the other "Piri," representing Spiritual Power, one to smite the oppressor and the other to protect the innocent.

While the ceremonial rites were being performed by Baba Buddha Ji, Guru HarGobind Ji asked Baba Buddha to adorn him with a sword rather than the Seli of Guru Nanak Dev Ji which had been used previously by the earlier Gurus. Guru HarGobind Ji then put on not one, but two swords; one on his left side and the other on his right. He named one "Miri," representing Temporal Power, and the other "Piri," representing Spiritual Power, one to smite the oppressor and the other to protect the innocent.

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