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Devotees grasp divine glow of Guru Nanak Dev ji's spiritual life

Jalandhar, Oct. 16 (UNI) The pilgrims on Wednesday bathed in Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji’s divine glow and spiritual splendor, as thousands of city residents visited the ultra modern Digital Museum installed at the grounds of Lyallpur Khalsa College.

As it opened at 0630 hrs, the visitors started thronging the museum, set up by the Punjab government, to showcase the life and teachings of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji.
The museum was part of the celebrations, planned by the state government for commemorating the 550th Parkash Purab of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji, in a befitting manner.
People from all walks of life and from all age groups visited the museum and had a rare experience through the hi-end technological museum, aimed at disseminating the teachings of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji.
The Museum was a humble effort of the state government, to spread the message to people for embracing the ideology of love, compassion, equality, peace and brotherhood, propounded by Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji, in its true spirit.
People from all walks of life visited the museum and shared their experiences with others. They also lauded the efforts of the state government to perpetuate the glorious legacy of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji in right earnest, including the message of peace, humanity and compassion propagated by the great guru.
Many elders claimed that the digital museum was the need of the hour, to make ''our coming generations aware about our glorious cultural heritage''.
The museum has eight galleries, depicting the various aspects of the life of the great guru. The Digital Museum based on multi-media technologies showcases the life and journey of the revered Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
The experience of one God, omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent and beyond all form and name has been brought Alive in the Digital Museum.
The mesmerising never seen before Museum has brought together various technologies like Large Format Display (LFD) screens, Radio Frequency Identified Devices (RFID)) headphones, Immersive Sublimation and a Virtual Reality (VR) experience, a statement said here.
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