|Medium||Oil on canvas|
Born in 1962, Vadodara, Gujarat, Bharti Prajapati studied design at the National Institute of Design (NID) Ahmedabad, and have been honoured with various awards like the Cr... Read more
An original work on canvas by Bharti Prajapati.
She has derived the essence of her painting from a doha by Kabir.
With a fast and competitive lifestyle, it's indeed a soul soothing experience to absorb some wise words from a great saint, philosopher and guide.
Sai itna dijiye, jitna kutumb samaay,
na mai bhookha rahu, sadhu na bhookha jaay.
Gyani abhimani nahi, sab kaahu so het,
satyavan parmarthi, aadar bhav sahet.
Wealth and wisdom are meaningless if there is ego with it.
Kabir confirms this he puts a simple prayer across.
From the divine I ask just enough to feed my family and enable to give away to the needy.
To be content and satisfied not succumb to the ever-growing need and greed is the way of gratitude.
The wise one has no pride and spreads good wishes towards everyone.
Knowledge and wisdom are in vain if over powered with ego.
To be humble and modest is the true quality of a sage.
Wisdom says truth and divinity is respected by one and all.