The landscape is fertile and the yield is good. Pastel shades of apricot and crimson clouds blanket the sky. The clouds are enormous. Their scale and presence is daunting. A young man is searching for a great spiritual leader, known by many as, ''''The Great Nanak''''.The young man has travelled far and wide in his quest to learn about the religious philosophies of Guru Nanak.
The young man became a disciple of guru Nanak for a number of years. When it was time, guru Nanak gave his disciple the name of Angad. Having blessed Angad, guru Nanak chose him to be his successor. And so the young, and once impatient young man, became guru Angad. He became the second of the ten guru''''s in earthly form. The ''''Guru Granth Sahib'''' holy book of Sikhism became the eleventh and ''''Eternal Guru''''. Guru Angad continued the religious teachings and wisdom of ''''The Great Guru Nanak''''
The artist, as painter/drawer, sets out to create imagery that enhances storytelling. They do not set out to change history, or offend people. Instead they just create a picture for the viewer to look at as he or she reads the story. That is the one and only purpose. This has been going on for thousands of years, from painting, drawing, to sculpture.
As with all stories, be they religious or not, they become adapted and enhanced from scribe to story teller, over the years and centuries that follow. The ''''essence'''' of all the Guru''''s, from Guru Nanak to Guru Gobind Singh, their teachings, attributes, philosophies etc, remain constant and pure.
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