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Gurdas Maan's 'Mittar Pyare Nu' rendition is mark to spiritual-transcendence in modern world.

Summary: New Delhi [India], August 17 (ANI): It is rightly said that "Music is God's gift to man, the only art of heaven given to earth, the only art of earth we take to heaven".

New Delhi [India], August 17 ( ANI ): It is rightly said that "Music is God's gift to man, the only art of heaven given to earth, the only art of earth we take to heaven".

What truly signifies this statement is the third song from legendary artist Gurdas Maan's album titled 'Punjab', 'Mittar Pyare Nu'. Maan, who is associated with the leading music label of Punjab- Saga Music for this album, has released three songs after the successful release of the first two tracks- Punjab and Makhna.

This third track 'Mittar Pyare Nu' has touched everyone emotionally. The song leaves behind a wonderful message "Why do we only have to rest in peace, why can't we live in peace?"

Speaking about collaborating with the iconic singer, Sumeet Singh, CEO Unisys Infosolutions Pvt. Ltd and Saga Music said, "I feel delighted and honored to be associated with the living legend Gurdas Maan Sahab. We got a chance to release the album 'Punjab' and be a part of his vision; I don't think I could have asked for more!."

'Mittar Pyare Nu' is Sikh religious hymn by the tenth guru 'Guru Gobind Singh. Crooned by Gurdas Maan, the shabad has been conceived and conceptualized by Gurdas Maan's son Gurrick G Maan. ( ANI )

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