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The first painting in the series represents '''all the gods''' requesting the Almighty
 
The first painting in the series represents '''all the gods''' requesting the Almighty
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It is believed that the muralist Mehtab Singh, born in '''1871''', executed these murals.
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as this sounds anathmatic to Guru Nanak's teachings, is this reflective of the Gurdwaras being under control of Hindu masands as these paintings and sentences seem to be reflective of Hindu'''ism'''
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if this is true a sentence explaining this would be of value to the world audiance of these articles who like myself are fairly ignorent of things to do with India. Comments?[[User:Allenwalla|Allenwalla]] 18:10, 26 October 2007 (EDT)

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in India, "the process of deification is aided by the tendency to develop the tomb raised over a man of eminence into a temple".'

The first painting in the series represents all the gods requesting the Almighty

It is believed that the muralist Mehtab Singh, born in 1871, executed these murals.

as this sounds anathmatic to Guru Nanak's teachings, is this reflective of the Gurdwaras being under control of Hindu masands as these paintings and sentences seem to be reflective of Hinduism if this is true a sentence explaining this would be of value to the world audiance of these articles who like myself are fairly ignorent of things to do with India. Comments?Allenwalla 18:10, 26 October 2007 (EDT)