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Sufi singer Satinder Sartaj pays musical tribute to Guru Nanak Dev ji

Sultanpur Lodhi, Nov 12 (UNI) Renowned Sufi singer Satinder Sartaj on Tuesday paid a musical tribute to Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji in the holy city, commemorating the 550th Prakash Purb of the first Sikh Guru.
People from all walks of life and varying age groups from across the country had converged at Rabab Pandal, to be enthralled by the mesmerising voice of Mr Sartaj, who connected them with the life and teachings of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji.
The function was part of the year-long celebrations, organised by the state government, to spread the message and ideology of love, compassion, equality, peace and brotherhood propounded by Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji, in its true spirit.
The audience gave thumbs up to the Sufi singer and lauded the efforts made by the Punjab government to celebrate the 550th Prakash Purb of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji in an unsurpassed manner.
Such was the impact of the melodious voice of the ace Sufi singer that the entire atmosphere was imbued in spiritual and Sufi colours, besides ensuring that people had a unique experience through the show.
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