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Images are expression of an artist’s perspective and the artistic tradition s/he comes from. They are merely a depiction of an idea or view that an artist holds about a historical incident. Besides, art of a period is influenced by many factors, which includes, but is not limited to, the understanding and worlview of the artist, prevalent cultural norms at the time and the taste of the patron. Consequently, the images in this exhibit only represent one prespective among so many available; hence they should not be interpreted as conclusive in any way. Additionally, all images in the exhibit have been used only for representational purpose; none should be seen as an authentic picture of any Guru-Person. It needs to be born in mind that in the Sikh tradition only the Guru’s Sabad [word] is the Guru for the Sikhs.