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Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji, became Guru at the age of five. Despite the tenderness of his age, Guru Sahib continued the message of Shabad Guru to free humanity from the cycle of reincarnation. He demonstrated that regardless of age, anyone can become one with Waheguru through Simran. This painting of Guru Har Krishan Sahib is a meditation upon the words in our daily Ardas which ask us to reflect upon him.
“Think of Guru Har Krishan, that sight dispels all sarrow.”
The painting recalls the Sakhi when Guru Har Krishan Sahib went to ease the suffering of a community of people in Delhi during a severe small pox epidemic. Guru Har Krishan, though only a child in body, readily embraced his duty to administer charity by tending to the sick and vulnerable, healing not only their bodies but also their minds. Guru Sahib shared messages of hope in abundance until he himself contracted the fatal illness.
Like his predecessors, Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji embodied the concept of submission to the Creator’s Will, as smallpox engulfed his body. Guru Sahib refused to alter the course of his physical destiny and, before his death at the tender age of eight years, gave instruction for the ninth Guru to be found in Bakale.
Though his time on earth was brief, Guru Sahib extolled the divine principles of Guru Granth Sahib and taught that through the Shabad Guru, an individual could escape the cycle of reincarnation and merge with the divine light. The painting reflects this idea, illustrating the perpetual cycle of life, death and rebirth which we are trapped in. Freedom comes when we embrace the Guru's message because only through our Guru's grace can we disrupt this continuity and merge with the one divine light. Within the folds of Guru Har Krishan’s robe, the painting shows the image of Guru Granth Sahib, emphasizing that the light of our ten Gurus and the eternal Shabad Guru exist, for all time, as one.