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From the year 2008 to 2010, the young artist, Bhagat Singh, had become well known for his his tranquilizing and emotional depiction of Guru Gobind Singh ji meditating in Machhiwara, and his shocking and awe-inspiring depiction of the young Prince Ajit Singh fighting hordes of Mughals.
These paintings captured the hearts of Sikhs world-wide and became instant hits with the Sikh community, selling world-wide, appearing in many popular Punjabi songs, Religious songs and in Films, and were shared millions of times over social media.
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Guru Gobind Singh ji – Machhiwara
After resisting the onslaught of the tyrannical governement, Guru Gobind Singh ji slipped into the forests of Machhiwara. It is said that Guru Sahib was still in the highest of spirits, in chardi kala, even after losing all his loved ones and devotees.
Battle of Chamkaur – Sahibzada Ajit Singh ji
As the day grew old, the Khalsa forces were running out of soldiers. At this point, Guru Gobind Singh’s eldest son, Baba Ajit Singh, at the age of 18, volunteered to join his fellow Khalsa in battle.
Baba Deep Singh ji – Classic
Baba Deep Singh ji is remembered for his devotion to the Sikh religion, and his sacrifice for Shri Harimandir Sahib, commonly referred to as the Golden Temple or Harmandir Sahib.
Akali Phula Singh ji
Akali Phula Singh was employed by Ranjit Singh after his attack on Thomas Metcalfe’s escort at Amritsar in 1809. He commanded a force called Changari, “Sparks”. Akalis were known for speaking their minds and their daredevil courage. They were strictly against the European training of Ranjit Singh’s regular army (they even disapproved of his tolerance of the British), and insisted on pursuing traditional Sikh tactics.
Guru Nanak Dev ji – Shabad Vichar
My painting of Guru Nanak has been painted differently than previous paintings of him. I have shown him smiling while singing kirtan. Guru Nanak Dev ji is the embodiment of bliss; his smile represents that.
Mai Bhago ji – First Edition
When Mai Bhago ji heard of this, she was distressed. She rode to their gathering, and made them realize their mistake. She set off along with them and some other Sikhs, to find the Guru.
Akali Nihang General
Early Sikh military history is dominated by the independent Nihang military order, particularly for many famous military victories. Nihang means fearless and ferocious. Neh – Without, Sang – Fear combines to Nihang, the fearless one.