ਕਾਗਾ ਕਰੰਗ ਢੰਢੋਲਿਆ ਸਗਲਾ ਖਾਇਆ ਮਾਸੁ॥
ਏ ਦੁਇ ਨੈਨਾ ਮਤਿ ਛੁਹਉ ਪਿਰ ਦੇਖਨ ਕੀ ਆਸ ॥੯੧॥1
The crows have searched my skeleton, and eaten all my flesh.
But please do not touch these eyes; I hope to see my Beloved.
(Guru Granth Sahib (GGS), Ang/page 1382)
Sikhi, by which I refer to the teachings primarily contained in the Guru
Granth Sahib (GGS), are replete with references to the eyes and for a longing
to ‘see’ the Divine, often referred to as the Groom and the Beloved. The term
generally used for this ‘vision’ in Indian philosophy is darśan, derived from
a verb root dṛś, ‘to see’, therefore implying a vision of the Divine, and also a
vision of Reality. My discussion will focus on the concept of darśan from a
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