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SMI 8: Guru Nanak with Maharajah Ranjit Singh-Sikh Empire Coin Date: 1828 (VS 1885) Original Location: Lahore, Pakistan
Issued in 1828 during the Sikh Empire period and during the rule of Maharajah Ranjit Singh. The image depicts Maharaja Ranjit Singh sitting (on his knees) in front of Guru Nanak (seated cross legged) and offering floral tributes at the feet of the Guru. In the middle is a Sikh flag separating both individuals and signifying Sikh Sovereignty. The coin shows the humility of the Maharajah and subservience to the Guru.
As a result, the original text in Persian translated as: Degh Tegh Fateh, Nusrat Bedrung, Yafat Az, Nanak Guru Gobind Singh. 1885 Abundance, power and victory (and) assistance without delay, are the gifts of Nanak (and) Guru Gobind Singh.1885