On the 550 parkash purab of Guru Nanak, an album release on Guru Nanak Aaya 550 at Sultanpur Lodhi and New Delhi by Guru Nanak Daata Baksh Lai Mission
Online PR News – 10-November-2019 – Sultanpur Lodhi, Punjab – The world today is celebrating the 550th Prakash Purab (Birth Centenary) of Guru Nanak Dev Ji with great zeal and fervour. On this momentous occasion, with the unlimited grace of Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj, Guru Nanak Daata Baksh Lai Mission has paid its humble tribute to the first Guru of Sikhs, the Supreme Divinity Sri Guru Nanak Sahib, with the release of an Album titled:
"Bhaya Anand Jagat Vich, Kal Taran Guru Nanak Aaya"
Guru Nanak Dev Ji writes in His holy Gurbani:
"Neecha Andar Neech Jaat
Neechi Hu At Neech
Nanak Tin Kai Sang Saath
Vadian Sio Kia Rees "
- Sri Guru Granth Sahib (15)
"Nanak is the companion of the lowest of the low and of the condemned lot. He has nothing in common with the high born."
Sri Guru Nanak Sahib was a Prophet of the poor, of the downtrodden, of the outcastes, of the untouchables, of the lepers and of the sick. He identified Himself with the poor and raised them to lofty heights.
The Supreme Jagat Guru had concealed His True identity with His peerless, unprecedented, unparalleled Humility. Totally clothed, garbed and concealed by his unique and matchless humility Guru Nanak Sahib could not be recognised by every one. He revealed his true identity to the blessed few.
Sri Guru Nanak Sahib revealed His Supreme and True Grandeur to Baba Nand Singh ji Maharaj and Baba Nand Singh Ji Maharaj broadcast the same to the world as never witnessed earlier.
Guru Nanak Daata Baksh Lai Mission has only made a humble attempt to carry this message of the Glory of Guru Nanak as taught by Baba Nand Singh Sahib through this short Album.
The Album is freely accessible on the internet on major social media platforms as below:
This Album of Guru Nanak Dev Ji's 550th Parkash purab is presently also available at the mission's stalls at following Addresses:
1. Stall 14, Pustak Pardarshani, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, New Delhi
2. Historic Gurudwara of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Hatt Sahib, Sultanpur Lodhi.