Jis Kae Sir Framed Print
Jis Kae Sir Oopar Thoon Suaamee So dukh kaisas paavai
O Lord, one who is under Your protection, one who considers You to be above himself He will not experience any suffering in life
A Sikh selflessly prays daily for "all to prosper"'. This gesture comes from the clear and pure teaching of Gurbani (Sri Guru Granth Sahib) and forms the Gurmat code of conduct. Gurbani tells us that there are "no others", "there is only One". The same "One God resides within all". We are "all the children of that One God". As the potter makes pots of different forms and colours from the same basic clay; and as the goldsmith moulds jewellery of various types, colours and shapes from the same single homogeneous material, gold; similarly, we are all born of the same One Light: "There is no difference".
Guru Nanak founded Sikhism. He felt the Divine Call at the age of 38 and then decided to dedicate his whole life to the service of God and humanity. Visiting different places in Punjab, he spread the doctrine of love and equality. Also a poet and musician, he composed several hymns, which were subsequently included in the Guru Granth Sahib. A social reformer as well, he tirelessly toiled to uplift the downtrodden and fought against the oppression of women.
You can choose unframed or framed.
A4 prints (no frame) will be packaged in a cello bag then a hardbacked envelope with DO NOT BEND printed on the outside.
Frames will be carefully wrapped first in bubble wrap and then into a sturdy cardboard book wrap to ensure they reach you in pristine condition.
Please note, colours may slightly vary to the appearance on your screen, depending on your screen resolution.
- - A4 - 21x30cm A3 30x40cm
- - Free standing or hook to attach to a wall
- - Professionally printed onto 300gsm
- - Carefully packaged in bubble wrap for protection
- - Posted in a hard box to avoid damage
- - Lead time is two weeks for design and completion.
- - Estimated delivery time for the UK is 3 - 5 business days.
Designed, manufactured, and packaged by hand in the UK.