New Delhi, Sept. 17 -- Meera Dewan's latest documentary, Dhun Mein Dhyan: Meditations in Music in the Guru Granth Sahib, captures the contribution of 'Sufi and other multi-faith poets, who lived centuries and geographies apart' in the making of the holy book of the Sikhs.

"The series of films that I have been making in Punjab, including my last film, Gur Prasad, which celebrated the food sharing tradition, Langar, led to a deep admiration for the universal messages of compassion and humanism in Sikh philosophy. While researching, I learnt how a Muslim weaver from Benares, a farmer from Rajasthan, a barber, a cobbler, a Sufi saint, a blind poet, among others, are some of the writers who contributed to create the universal vision that we are...