Tuesday, June 06, 2006
Clay Pots





mwtI eyk Anyk BWiq kir swjI swjnhwrY ] (1350-2, pRBwqI, Bgq kbIr jI)
maatee ayk anayk bhaaNt kar saajee saajanhaarai.
The clay is the same, but the Fashioner has fashioned it in various ways.

nw kCu poc mwtI ky BWfy nw kCu poc kuMBwrY ]2] (1350-2, pRBwqI, Bgq kbIr jI)
naa kachh poch maatee kay bhaaNday naa kachh poch kumbhaarai. 2
There is nothing wrong with the pot of clay - there is nothing wrong with the Potter.


sB mih scw eyko soeI iqs kw kIAw sBu kCu hoeI ] (1350-3, pRBwqI, Bgq kbIr jI)
sabh meh sachaa ayko so-ee tis kaa kee-aa sabh kachh ho-ee.
The One True Lord abides in all; by His making, everything is made.

hukmu pCwnY su eyko jwnY bMdw khIAY soeI ]3] (1350-3, pRBwqI, Bgq kbIr jI)
hukam pachhaanai so ayko jaanai bandaa kahee-ai so-ee. 3
Whoever realizes the Hukam of His Command, knows the One Lord. He alone is said to be the Lord's slave. 3
 
posted by upinder kaur at 6/06/2006 11:24:00 AM | Permalink |


6 Comments:


  • At 6 June 2006 at 6:27 PM, Blogger Sifar

    WaheGuru jee Ka Khalsa, WaheGuru jee Kee Fatehe Penjee

    What place is this? Is it the cottage emporium?

    I ve been in travel for past month or so, so didnot comment on blogs nor did I update my blog too often.

    Dhan Guru Nanak

     
  • At 6 June 2006 at 8:29 PM, Blogger Pritam Singh Khalsa

    There isnt anything like this craftsmanship here in the U.S.
    Everything is manufactured and a dime a dozen. Although to price is different there, each pot looks like someones hands made each one like taking each breath without pushing a button and making 10 at a time.

    The instrument pots, are they the same as this but with a hole in the side? Meaning do they make them in the same way as these? or is their a special way and material?


    thanks for helping me with my blog.

     
  • At 7 June 2006 at 1:36 AM, Blogger Prabhu Singh

    Upinder Kaur Bhen Ji,
    You have the perfect formula for blogging!
    You take interesting photos that nobody else gets and you share them. Some blogs are all text, and the text isn't always worth reading :-) It's nice to have a Sikh in India taking unique photos and sharing them with good text.
    Thanks.

     
  • At 7 June 2006 at 1:23 PM, Blogger upinder kaur

    This place indeed is Cottage Emporium, at janpath,New Delhi.
    Its a must visit for foreigners, as you can get ethnic Indian items at this place.One can see and hear indian classical music ( sitar,Flute or shehnai) being played.
    Pritam Singh I'll find out about your query.
    Prabhu Singh Thank you for your nice comment.

     
  • At 7 June 2006 at 8:59 PM, Blogger Pritam Singh Khalsa

    I think my other comment could be misunderstood, I typed it wrong.

    I meant handmade items are always better than manufactured things made here in the U.S.

    Just to clear up for other people that will read these comments

     
  • At 10 June 2006 at 9:23 AM, Blogger umbo jaskur

    "The clay is the same, but the Fashioner has fashioned it in various ways."

    Waheguru

    Upinder Ji
    The pictures goes so well with this sweet shabad.