The founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak’s life has been recorded in Janamsakhis, while his travels on foot—across nine countries over 21 years—are known as Udasis. We take a peek into these records of how a young storekeeper emerged from a river as a Guru, and went on to change the world forever. We…
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Archer, W G. Indian Paintings from the Punjab Hills. Vol I and II. Delhi:…
The region of Jammu has a rich historical legacy of temples. With Vaishnavism and Shaivism considered as major religious traditions in the region, these temples play a major role in the social setup of the area, so much so that the city of Jammu is synonymous with the presence of…
The article is a study about the muscial traditions of the Sikh devotional music. The article explores the importance of kirtan in Sikhism and other ragas composed to form a part of this genre.
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