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Shri Guru Nanak
- Original photo print is use with high resolution quality.
- High quality chemical lamination of 8mm (for 4×6 to 20×30 size) and 12 mm(for 24×36 size)
- Superior quality MDF board is use with back covering by black finish paper.
- Front side of Photo can wipe with wet cloth and colours don’t fade.
- Edges of photo are cover with black PVC tape.
- Hook to hang is provided for all sizes but stand is provided for sizes from 4×6 to 8×12.
Sri Guru Nanak Ji is credit with starting the Sikh religion. Guru Nanak was the first Guru of the Sikhs and is worshipped next to God. His sole aim in life was to unify the Hindus and Muslims and form a universal religion of brotherhood and compassion.Dev believed that true salvation could be achieved only by devotion of thought and excellence of conduct. In the contemporary world, Sikhism is spread far and wide in not just India but also America, Africa, Europe, etc. The life history of Shri Guru Nanak is very motivational and inspiring. We give you a short biography of Shri Guru Nanak.
Shri Guru Nanak
His way of life started to worry his father who decided to teach him some business. Once, he gave Shri Guru Nanak Rs. 20 and told him to start a business in Lahore. While on his way to Lahore, he met some meditating sadhus who had not eaten for days. He spent the amount to give them food. Upon his returning back, his father asked what he had done with the money. He said he had done his true duty and told him that he fed hungry souls.He spent his entire earnings on the poor and deprived and never kept anything for himself. But he left his domestic life for a higher calling and to quench his thirst for spiritual knowledge. He preached that God was omnipresent and did not adhere to any kind of ritualism or worship patterns.He led a life of purity and clarity and believed that the attainment of enlightenment would relieve one from the cycle of birth and death.He visited many places to preach and spread his knowledge, which includes Burma, Iraq, Tibet and Sri Lanka. It forms the first chapter of Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of the Sikhs. Source : Culturalindia
Shri Guru Nanak Laminated Photo