Mittar Pyare Nu is Sikh religious hymn; a shabad, by the tenth guru Guru Gobind Singh ji, who recited it in the Machivara Forest when separated from everyone. Despite the hardships, Guru Gobind Singh ji yearns for remembrance of Waheguru, as the connection with the guarding-spirit is the strongest of all.
It is most 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”. This statement holds a much deeper meaning than it seems. What truly signifies this is the third song from legendary artist Gurdas Maan’s album titled Punjab, Mittar Pyare Nu.
This shabad is very beautifully crooned by Gurdas Maan, and the story revolving around this incident has been conceived and conceptualized by Gurrick G Maan. He directed Gurdas Maan for the first time in the title track ‘Punjab’ of the album titled ‘Punjab’, and the track witnessed unprecedented success. This is the second time when he has directed Gurdas Maan, and very aptly picturized his vision.