Sikh History Paintings

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an oil painting of a clock tower in front of a golden building with lights on it
Golden Temple – Meditations Under the Moonlight | Sikhi Art
Golden Temple - Meditations Under the Moonlight
a painting of an old man holding two swords in front of other men with long hair and beards
SikhiArt.com | Artist - Bhagat Singh
Baba Deep Singh ji at an old age led 5000 sikhs to defend Golden Temple, Harimandir Sahib from the Afghani assault. Him and his entire army were sacrificed however Baba Deep Singh ji fought all the way. His head was cut off in battle and he picked it up and with any remaining energy he continued fighting till he dropped after reaching the parikarma of the Golden Temple, Harimandir Sahib.
an oil painting of a building on the edge of a body of water with trees in the background
SikhiArt.com | Artist - Bhagat Singh
Harimandir Sahib is the most sacred Sikh temple, also known as Gurudwara. It was originally built by Guru Arjun Dev ji but demolished many times before it was built the finaly time by Maharaja, who added marble and gold on top of it. Harmandir Sahib thus came to be known as the Golden Temple. http://sikhiart.com/for-sale/harimandir-sahib/
an image of three men in the fire with one man holding a spoon and two others looking at him
SikhiArt.com | Artist - Bhagat Singh
Guru Arjun Dev ji peacefully meditates as hot sand is poured on his naked body. He sits on a hot plate in total concentration. He was harassed and tortured by King Jehangir. Jehangir writes in his diary that he killed the Guru for supporting his rival brother and for having a strong influence over Hindus and Muslims. http://sikhiart.com/for-sale/guru-arjun-dev/
a painting of a man sitting on the ground
SikhiArt.com | Artist - Bhagat Singh
After losing all his sikhs and his young boys, Guru Gobind Singh ji rests in the jungles of Machhiwara, and meditates peacefully.
Mai Bhago “She is the most beautiful among women who loves the Guru and wears this jewel on her forehead.” – Guru Nanak Dev  ji  Mai Bhago put this to practice when she led a band of 40 Sikhs, who had abandoned Guru Gobind Singh ji, back to the Guru.  http://sikhiart.com/for-sale/mata-bhag-kaur/ Kundalini Yoga, Asian History, Mai Bhago, Punjab Culture, Punjabi Culture, World Religions, Great Women
Mai Bhago ji – First Edition | Sikhi Art
Mai Bhago “She is the most beautiful among women who loves the Guru and wears this jewel on her forehead.” – Guru Nanak Dev ji Mai Bhago put this to practice when she led a band of 40 Sikhs, who had abandoned Guru Gobind Singh ji, back to the Guru. http://sikhiart.com/for-sale/mata-bhag-kaur/