Fantasy Paintings

When Bhagat lets his imagination run loose, the result is badass warriors with hugeass turbans! Each painting tells its own story and a whole new universe comes into being. Inspired by Sikh aesthetics, these Fantasy Paintings are hand-painted by Bhagat, capturing years of day-dreaming in science classes.

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Blind Chakram on Howdah, Charging Chakram, Two Nihangs Defend Temple, Demons, Elephant, Howdah, Lightning, Akali, Chakra, Sikhi Art, Bhagat Singh Bedi

Blind Chakram on Howdah

Blind Chakram on Howdah

‘Blind Chakram on Howdah’ is a story of two Nihangs defending their Temple from blood-thirsty demons, storming through the demon hordes atop their enraged four-tusked elephant.



Akali Chief- Beware the Claw

Akali Chief – Beware the Claw

Akali Chief – Beware the Claw

The Akali Chief leads the Akalis into battle. Not only is he covered in weapons but his turban also is a storehouse of weaponry, of claws, spiked maces, swords, daggers, arrows and cannon balls.



Akali - Warrior Monk

Akali – Warrior Monk

Akali – Warrior Monk

This battle-hardened tank of a man, wears the legendary Turban Fort and wields a huge mace, made of sharp metal plates. Carrying a fort on his head, the Akali enrages himself to charge into battle.



Akalini - Warrior Monk

Akalini – Warrior Monk

Akalini – Warrior Monk

This female Akali, Akalini, has picked up arms to free her captured husband and children. She leads Akalis into battle to fight the demon, rakshas hordes. Akalini puts on her husband’s turban and armour, along with the necklace he gave her on their wedding.



Prince of Patiala

Prince of Patiala

Prince of Patiala

Handicapped by warfare, the Prince received this ethereal arm with the help of priests. Aside from morphing into a shield, the arm is a gateway to the dimension from whence it came.



How do you kill that thing with a sword?

Prince and The Jinn – How do you kill that thing with a sword!?

Prince and The Jinn

The Prince is thrown into an arena, a giant coliseum where men are cruelly fed to demons in gory battles, all for sake of entertainment. He tries to find a way to kill the demon in the arena.



Patialvi Baba by Bhagat Singh Bedi

Patialvi Baba

Patialvi Baba

Don’t be fooled by his calm demeanour, Patialvi Baba is a force to be reckoned with. Behind those eyes are years of wisdom, experience and training.



Snake Charmer and the Demons

Snake Charmer and the Demons

Snake Charmer and the Demons

Snake Charmer fights the hordes of demons that surround him.




Comics

Super Sikh, Bhagat Singh Bedi, Sikhi Art, Agent Deep Singh, Eileen Alden

Super Sikh – Comics

Super Sikh – Comics

In Issue #2, the adventure of Super Sikh continues! Our hero begins his U.S. adventure in a holding cell, makes a new American friend, and the Group X gang launches their evil plot against him! Find out what happens next!



Fantasy Sketchbook

A Deadly Headbutt, Akali, Nihang, Turban, Dastaar Boonga, Warrior, Sikh Warrior, Sikh fantasy painting, Drawing, Sketch

A Deadly Headbutt

Lice Problem, Insect, Nihang, Warrior, Sikh Warrior, Sikh fantasy painting, Drawing, Sketch

Lice Problem – Insectoid Disguised as a Nihang

Prince of Patiala, Warrior, Sikh Warrior, Sikh fantasy painting, Drawing, Sketch

Prince of Patiala

Crocodile Warriors, Concept for Blind Chakram on Howdah, Sikh Fantasy Painting, Drawing, Sketch

Crocodile Warriors – Concept for Blind Chakram on Howdah

Akali, Nihang, Warrior, Sikh warrior, Turban, Dastaar Boonga, Khalsa, Sikh Art, Punjab, Sikh Painting

Nihang Warrior (2008)

Akali, Nihang, Warrior, Sikh warrior, Turban, Dastaar Boonga, Khalsa, Sikh Art, Punjab, Sikh Drawing

Nihang Warrior (2015)

Rajput Warrior, Kshatriya, Indian Warrior, Soldier, Sword, Shield, Hindu Fantasy Painting, Drawing, Sketch

Rajput Warrior

14 Responses to “Fantasy Paintings”

  1. Harpreet Singh March 9, 2015 at 11:59 pm Permalink

    Wow…Great works of art

  2. kanwal May 3, 2015 at 11:53 am Permalink

    just fantastic work,powerful expressions,force and strong hold.

  3. Gursehaj Singh June 22, 2015 at 7:38 am Permalink

    such a mesmerizing work…truly speechless

  4. Simrat September 20, 2015 at 8:09 am Permalink

    Art is ok
    but nothing related to religion

  5. VIVEK DUMBRE January 7, 2016 at 12:00 pm Permalink

    dude ur talent is amazing i like such art where a blend culture and modern art comes together

  6. mona January 11, 2016 at 1:39 pm Permalink

    awesome art! nicely done!

  7. Maninder Singh January 14, 2016 at 5:04 pm Permalink

    Really great art work n fantasy… Majestic…

  8. Randy Johal May 13, 2016 at 2:49 pm Permalink

    absolute delight to scroll through. The artistic details are excellent and your back stories adds a nice dimension. Looking forward to more…

  9. Harsimar July 8, 2017 at 3:58 am Permalink

    Delightful work. Don’t understand Fascination with Patiala though; most Sikh traitor have originated from Patiala…

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