|What is the gift? A set of unique recordings of some Nitnem banis by a wonderful artist - Siri Shabad Singh. These recordings combine straightforward recitation with a beautiful background musical soundscape. We hope you will download and enjoy these unique, uplifting recordings as much as we do.|
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Akal Takhat by 'Art of Punjab'
This piece by Kanwar Singh Dhillon of www.artofpunjab.com, shows Guru Hargobind in connection with the Akal Takhat. This piece is about both the timelessness of the Akal Takhat as well as the tragedy that happened in 1984. Guru Hargobind ji, the royal towering Takhat, the sevadar playing the horn, and the Miri and Piri nishans give it an air of authority and prideful respect. While you can also see a sense of sadness in Guru Hargobind, and of course scenes of chaos and tradegy of the Blue Star attack remind us of the pain of what we lost during that time.