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Testimonial: Guru Nanak Sahib: 13 Panel Portable Exhibition – SikhRI

Friday
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22
November
2019
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Guru Nanak Sahib’s 550 years Prakash Purab (Illumination day) is about the light that shines like the Sun and the proclamation that roars like the Lion. The vision of this exhibit is to give the audience a glimpse into the life and legacy of Guru Nanak Sahib. Therefore, each narrative focuses on Guru’s messages in their essence. No background on the sakhis (witnessed, written accounts) is required to understand the content, which is Gurbani-focused yet accessible to Sikhs and non-Sikhs alike. The exhibition begins with the arrival of the Guru, followed by the travels of the Guru through modern Southeast Asia and the Middle East, and concluding with the Guru bequeathing the Light to the Second Nanak - Guru Angad Sahib. Bring this experience to your area. Click here: https://www.sikhri.org/guru_nanak_sahib_13_panel_portable_exhibition_sikhri

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