Wallpaper Celebration

This morning I realized that the rest of the world was going to be celebrating valentines day. This holiday (like most) is not really religious (for most people at least) but a day when the guys are expected to do something sweet and nice for the girls in their life (wife, mother, sister, etc). So while I was meditating this morning I thought of making something creative to celebrate this day as a Sikh. I got excited and couldn’t hold myself back as the computer drew me to it like a magnet to iron. The result was three different wallpapers which you can see and download below. I hope you like them :)

Affirmations in Red
The first is in the theme of valentines day (red and hearts) with some different affirmations repeated in the background.

Affirmations - Heart - Red

 

Japji Sahib Translation
This second one is the complete Japji Sahib English translation done by Guruka Singh with an Ik Ong Kaar. It took me a while to get it to fit just right with everything. 

Japji Sahib Wallpaper
Affirmations in Green
The third is the same as the first one (affirmations), but green. I figured most guys wouldn’t want a pink/red wallpaper so this one was made in mind for any guys that don’t like the "girly" colors. 

Affirmations - Heart - Green  

Don’t know how to make a picture your computer wallpaper? Click on the picture to view the full size. Then right click on the picture and a menu will come with the option "Set as Desktop Background" or "Set as Background". Select that and voila, it should be on your background.

14 Responses to “Wallpaper Celebration”

  1. Christine says:

    These wallpapers are so WONDERFUL, so perfect for Valentines Day, I couldn’t think of anything that would be more thoughtful! Thanks so very much! : )

  2. Nicely done! I prefer the Japji Sahib wallpaper.

  3. Christopher Carlsson says:

    Great effort! I instantly put the “green heart affirmation” as my desktop background. Thank You.
    Peace, Love, Light.

  4. ujjalbir says:

    What a clear perception about the human emotions MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND ALLYOUR FAMILY

  5. Vedya says:

    They are very beautiful..thank youuu

  6. bryan says:

    Thank you for sharing your creativity through these wallpapers.

    So many people have forgotten the reasons behind the holidays we have. Sadly, they have become so commercialised that the true meaning is lost.

    Thank you for the reminder.

  7. Antonia D'Onofrio says:

    Many thanks for all your creativity. Of course, now, no one has any excuse for not knowing Japji Sahib by heart by the end of the month!!!:)

    toniji

  8. Harjit Kaur says:

    Just beautiful! I was swayed by the red one! Thank you so much.

  9. payal chawla says:

    m really vry mch influenced by d work u r doing,its worth appreciating! waheguru ji ka khalsa, waheguru gi ki fateh!

  10. Aman Kaur says:

    A Work of true devotion n love…

    Mera muh mein kichh nahi… jo kichh hai so tere…
    Tera tujhko saunp ke… kya laage hai mera…

    Rabb Rakha…!

  11. Paramjit Singh says:

    Nice work. I have downloaded all three.

    God Bless you.

  12. rounak says:

    raaj karega khalsa aggi rahe na koi………..
    paar hoye sab milenge bache sharan jo hoye

  13. Surjeet Singh says:

    Nanak name JAHAJ hai chade so utre paar
    Nanak te mukh ujle keti chute naal
    Waheguru G ka khalsa shree waheguru G ki faheh

    Surjeet singh Pulan

  14. Sikh says:

    SUCH BEAUTIFUL WALLPAPERS!!!
    THANK YOU SO MUCH…
    WE NEED MORE OF THESE!!!