Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh inaugurated two exhibitions at Sultanpur Lodhi — one is based upon the life of Guru Nanak Dev by the Tourism and Cultural Affairs Department having relics, manuscripts and rare books associated with all Sikh Gurus on display on around 93 panels, while another has been organized by Punjab Small Industries and Export Corporation Limited (PSIEC) to highlight the skill and talent of Punjabis in various fields along with stalls by as many as 18 government departments. Both the exhibitions will be held till November 15.
Capt Amarinder, after inaugurating the PSIEC exhibition, visited various stalls and lauded the efforts of various departments. He also held an interactive session with government school students on the stall of Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) about the paintings and calligraphy written by them on the life of Guru Nanak Dev.At the same time, he appealed the pilgrims to visit the exhibitions along with their family members to connect their next generations with the panth. He added that the people can also have darshan of original Nanakshahi bricks from the house of Bebbe Nanki in this exhibition.