“Sikh audience and music are generally very open. Many people ask me why I chose fusion, when I could do it the conventional way using harmonium. So, I tell them that that’s how Guru Nanak did it. I feel that Guru Nanak is the one who actually introduced fusion music. He picked up a western instrument — rabab — when he sang and not any Indian folk or traditional one. He created this fusion of western and eastern music that was amenable to ears. My experimentation with instruments is just a way to add colour to his music, as the Guru said, Rang Rata Mera Sahib,” he explains.