Dhun Mein Dhyan: Meditations and Music in Guru Granth Sahib by Meera Dewan
Moving back and forth in time, the Film unfolds the over 500-year-long journey of the Sikh Holy Book, the Guru Granth Sahib. The storytellers are music practitioners who recite its verse for the community and keep alive both its philosophy and musicality. When the believers bow to the Granth, it is to knowledge they bow. When they sing to it, it sings right back to them.
International Spiritual Film Festival India, Bhopal
Meera Dewan has directed award winning documentaries on alternate visions for society, including equality for women, children, indigenous peoples, and on themes around the protection of our shared planet, since 1983, filming extensively in India and across the world. Her films have won over 21 international and national awards including at IFFI, Festival de films du femmes, France; Oberhausen; Leipzig; Mumbai and the National Film Award. She has been on the juries of major international film festivals, such as Oberhausen, Leipzig, Okomedia, Freiberg and the Indian Panorama.
- Cinematography: Hami Ahmad, Indrish Batra, Chandan Singh, Amit Mahanti
- Sound: Chandan Singh
- Editing: Praveen Sharma
- Music: From Guru Granth Sahib
- Shabad: Hans Raj Hans, Bhai Avtar Singh, Bhai Kultar Singh, Vidya Rao, Baba Mohammad Shah Marasi
- Research: Meera Dewan, Surbhi Sharma
- Narrator: Inni Kaur
- Project Partner: Doordarshan