preferisce imparare a contare sulle antenne dei grilli non usa mai bolle di sapone per giocare;
seppelliva sua madre in un cimitero di lavatrici avvolta in un lenzuolo quasi come gli eroi;
si fermò un attimo per suggerire a Dio di continuare a farsi i fatti suoi
e scappò via con la paura di arrugginire
Ed arrivò un bambino con le mani in tasca
Ed un oceano verde dietro le spalle
Disse: Vorrei sapere, quanto è grande il verde
Come è bello il mare, quanto dura una stanza
È troppo tempo che guardo il sole, mi ha fatto male
Te pido que no se mueran las rosas y los suspiros.
Que trajes y la elegancia sea siempre de vida un rito.
Que el oro que voy cargando no mate ningún zumbido.
Que eso que ando persiguiendo no apague de mí un sentido. (Hermosa canción)
Sri Hargobind the sixth Guru was detained in the Fort of Gwalior by the order of Emperor Jahangir. The cause of detention, it is said, was that fanatical Muslim officers, particularly those under the influence of the Naqshbandi cult, were alarmed by the Guru's new policy of militarization. They poisoned the mind of Jahangir, who, otherwise, about that time had a soft corner for the Guru. (One wonders why he would have a soft spot for the Guru, unlike his subordinates). He was summoned to Delhi and was asked to pay a fine of rupees two lakhs which had been imposed on his father and which the latter had refused to pay. As Guru Hargobind showed little inclination to pay the fine, he was sent for detention to Gwalior Fort where the Mughal Emperors kept their political prisoners. Obviously the cause of detention was political as it was a political prison. Non payment of the fine was merely an excuse. The 52 Rajas were there for their failure to pay tribute monies to the Mughal rulers.
According to Sikh chronicles, the detenition was for a period of 40 - 60 days. 60 days seems more likely. The persuasive efforts of Bhai Jetha at Jahangir's court and maybe the exercise of influence with the Emperor by the Muslim saint Hazrat Mian Mir, a friend of Guru Arjan, brought an early end to his detention. The release came in the nature of a general amnesty which also brought the end of the imprisonment of the 52 Rajas who had been kept there. The Guru came to be known as 'Bandi Chhor' The Grand emancipator. (This version gives no reason for the Guru having anything to do with the Rajas' release.)🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰🔰#indiapictures#_soi#storiesofindia#indiaclicks#india_gram#photographers_of_india#indianphotography#desi_diaries#mypixeldiary#igramming_india#streetphotographyindia#incredibleindia#everydayindia#ig_india#lonelyplanetindia#indiatravelgram#_soimumbai#mymumbai#india#everydaymumbai#vscoindia#maharashtra_ig#mumbai_uncensored#indiagram#_oye#inspiroindia#_coi#indiaphotosociety#mumbai#magnificentmp