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Painting from baba atal rai gurdwara. It's of guru Nanak being born and all the deities greeting him. 

The murals in baba atal rai tower were painted by artists Jaimal Singh Naqqash, Mehtab Singh Naqqash and Hukum Singh in the mid 19th century and were inspired by the bhai bala janamsakhi 

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Amritsar city,  looks so  busy and full of life. Can see harmandir sahib at the top. This painting sold for £70,000 at auction   

mural of guru gobind singh ji in a sikhs samadhi in pakistan

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On 1/24/2019 at 4:20 AM, puzzled said:

Frescoe of Durga in Sikh Gurudwara at Nurungabad.

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it isnt a gurudwara. its from the place were ram rai (gurus deposed son) followers pray

 

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On 1/12/2019 at 4:45 PM, puzzled said:

in A lot of these old paintings guru ji has been depicted with a dog walking near his horse, what did this symbolize? you dont see this in modern paintings. dont dogs symbolize loyalty ?    or did guru ji keeps dogs too ?

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That dog has a collar. Weird. 

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