Aarti is enshrined on page 13 of Sri Guru Granth Sahib and this hymn is included in a recital after the evening prayer of Rehraas generally.
Ik Onkar in its grandeur is impressed at the beginning of the artwork.
Calligraphy is done on handmade papyrus paper currently available only from Egypt. This paper has been known to last thousands of years. Writing is done using special inks only by hand with ink dip nibs or dressed bamboo reed’ to avoid smudging and the uncontrolled flow.
Every artwork is unique, exclusive and handcrafted only. ( no prints.)
Once the matter or verse is chosen, It sometimes takes a few days to conceptualize the design and compose the layout, Absolute care is necessary to write the matter correctly in the absence of backspace or delete functions. Even a miniscule error makes the entire effort useless and the entire process has to be repeated until the correct delivery.
Flexibility of sizes, customization of subject matter and display options makes our products suitable for personal altars, display in your place of pride or devotional gifts.
Artwork is done a large sheet of exclusive paper in size 17"x25" (43x64 cm) and is supplied with Orange and Blue Velvet inserts to change the background color around the rediant Ik Onkar. English translation is provided as available on the internet. English translation is included due to the popular demand for benefit of devotees who have not been exposed to Gurumukhi.
A great idea for your altar or a gift to the followers of truth.
Framework is only for display purposes. Framing, location and positioning of the artwork magnifies and imparts its significance.