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Yes these are handmade. Some are painted with oil paints on Canvas. Some are painted digitally just like one would on canvas or paper. Essentially, traditional painting techniques are applied on the computer, using softwares that mimic paintbrushes and papers.

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47 Replies to “Frequently Asked Questions”

  1. hello, wonderful work, was wondering how u go about making these images. what reference do u use, and how much. how much is from ur own memory. if u cud given any advice on making and planning these sorts of images, that wud be very a bit of a floundering artist, and love this type of work. so thanks for any advice

    1. 1. A good artist uses references and uses them well.
      I use Mughal/ Sikh army references, armour refereces, horse references, human references, clouds references… you name it and I use it!
      2. Block out the chunks in your image and then refine all the elements (composition, rhythm ,etc). Don’t focus on itty bitty details, rather work the whole image!

  2. Hi Bhagat,

    Hope your well.

    Is it possible to buy the Hari Singh Nalwa sketch? Its a really good composition.

    Any plans to do a painting of the Sri Guru Hargobind, tiger story?

    Your paintings are brilliant


    1. Hi Purdip,
      Hari Singh Nalwa’s painting will be available for purchase when it is finished. I don’t have any plans to sell the sketch. I do have plans to paint Guru Hargobind Sahib, whether its in battle or hunt, not sure yet. Whatever turns out to be better. 🙂

  3. hello mate,
    i saw all ur paintings,they are fabulous …….
    i think u gave sikh art a modern touch u got a real good talent mate,
    as from my childhood i saw paintings by diffrent good artists,but they mostly based on same themes,..
    i tell u now mate ur paintings are turning point…..i wonna buy most of them…,,
    are u going to pain Maharaja Ranjit Singh….?

    1. Thanks Jaggi, I am planning on doing one actually. It just won’t be any time soon.
      I plan to work on Guru Amardas ji, Hari Singh Nalwa and Banda Singh Bahadur next; people have been urging me to finish those off already.

      Amrit Pal asked if I will work on Sahibzada Jujhar Singh on the feedback page. I had started already. In fact, it is a really old sketch, and not upto my standards anymore so I will have to update it before, it shows up on my website. It is available only on my blog right now.

      Parminder suggested that I should upload more paintings of Baba Deep Singh ji and Ranjit Singh ji. Um… like other from other artists because I have painted Baba Deep Singh ji already? Here’s a youtube video featuring all of Baba Deep Singh ji’s paintings by various artists. There is one by Kirpal Singh (before battle, drawing a line with the khanda), one by Bodhraj (before battle, khanda lifted up), one by Sobha Singh (sitting posture) and one by yours truly (during battle). There are other paintings of Baba ji by artists unknown to me. There is a photograph of 3D statue representation of Kirpal Singh’s painting by another artist I do not know about. Pretty much all the paintings ever done on Baba Deep Singh ji are there.
      I don’t have a video like that displaying Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s paintings.

  4. Mr. Bhagat SIngh,
    your Painting is Awsome please continue this fabulous work. Your paintings realy speaks alott bout sikhism i hope you surely like to try paint of All ten guru. Hope you will. I would like to send your pic details i CANADA and in UK to my friends like to have your best pics in Sikh Aart Gallery, Vancouver

    With Lots of Well Wishes

    Vikram Singh Bedi

  5. Brilliant work bhagat veerji!

    No combinations of words can truely appreciate your work.. I am 200% sure of it. I want to buy all of them. 🙂

    Can you please make one painting related to “sant sipahi”.I mean, picture in which sant character as well as sipahi character is also represented.

  6. it is nice but plzzzzzzz give more information to purchase these paintings and add more photos of guru nank dev ji

  7. Hi,

    I truly appreciate your work, your patriotism and strong ethos reflects clearly in your art expression. I have visited the website on many occasions and am pleased to see your consistent commitment and hard efforts placed in each and every graphic. I have contemplated on contacting you before but have not done so thinking that the suggestion I am about to make is invalid. I highly respect the purpose of your digital paintings and how positively you represent the true nature of the Sikh warrior community and the Sikh community in general. I belong to the Rajput community and am highly proud of my culture and heritage; making a continual effort to not only preach the way of our ancestors but to also put it into practice. Your paintings closely represent the ‘Rajput way of living’ as many Sikhs are too Rajput. I make a strong and humble request to you to create some unique Rajput art pieces in your own traditional style that can appeal to Indian Rajputs and reinforce their deep roots, through depicting the bravery of warriors in battle. The Rajput community is in need of a modern touch to traditional ideas in order to stimulate positive reinforcement for younger generations, in a time where western influence is extremely high. I respect that this is not what you are used to doing i.e portraying Indian Rajputs but please assist me in the matter.

    Kind Regards,

  8. Bhagat,

    Thanks for the print. The detail is magnificent. Truly great work and very glad I stumbled across your website.

    Ravinder Singh Sohi

  9. hi….
    nice work….i like guru govind singh ji… u are doing good but some cracter looking like muslim ..
    dont mind……i think u take refrence sobha singh the great artist….

    thank u

  10. Hi
    I like all of your painting. It seems real.
    I just have 1 question to ask that are you working on any other paintings.

  11. Sat Sri Akal brother Bhagat. I liked what you have on your website… As a suggestion, please find conventional Sikhi paintings depicting All the 10 Patshahis. Maybe you can take some inspiration from there. Regarding your currect painting of 10 Patshahi, Guru Gobind Singhji Maharaj, it looks a bit depressing – make something with Him as below
    1. Offering Amrit to Panj Pyareya;
    2. On His Horse with sword drawn & His bow on His left shoulder & the Hawk on His Right.

    Also if possible, to increase your repetoire you can even make paintings of deities of the Hindu Pantheon like Ganesh, Lord Shiva, Shri Krishna & Shri Ram, etc…. if you happen to visit India, we can work out some arrangement to hold an exhibition of your paintings. You can get soft copies of your paintings & we can get them printed on canvas here itself…..

    We can keep in touch….


    Ram Mahbubani

    1. Sat sri Akal brother Ram,
      Guru Gobind Singh ji’s painting is meant to show a contemplative mood, not particularly happy but not so sad either. Suggestions 1 and 2 have been exhausted by Indian artists. In Punjab alone, there are so many paintings with the content you mentioned.
      And I am open to paintings of Hindu pantheon and even other eastern cultures, e.g. the Rajputs, Buddhists, Sufis, etc. These paintings will be painted as they come to me.

  12. Bhagat veer, I just loved the Sahibzada Jhujar Singh’s painting. You should paint a Nihang who is giving out a ‘Jaikara’ on his horse and with raising his sword.

  13. Wow! These are amazing as an artist born and living in America I’m not exposed to this much detail about SIkhism. These Pictures and Drawings help me understand a lot more. By the way, I’m only 14. I haven’t even been to India yet, let alone my own pind. I’ve made many paintings and drawings like these. That’s weird many of them have been close too. I have a quick question though. Where do you get the material to make all of these paintings and drawings? I’m not talking about Digital Painting, I’m talking about if you are going to hand draw or paint it. Hope to hear from you soon. I’m excited to see what new paintings or drawings that you’re going to come out with soon. Thank you

    -Gurwinder SIngh Panesar

    25 July 2011

    Sat Sri Akal brother. I am so much inspired to see all your paintings, specially on warriors. You have great blessing of Guru’s, so you are presenting our religion and Martyars such a great and trendy way.

    As you know about The great warrior of the century Saint Jarnail Singh Khalsa Bhindrawale. There is no comparison of his sacrifice. But there is also one fake “TERRORIST IMAGE” runs parallel to his identity and makes few one’s double minded. So I request you to, please make such kind of painting of him which can represent his saint image with warrior dress up. For your knowledge/reference here is the link of katha about his spiritual life by his close friend Gaini Thakur Singh. I hope this katha can help you to understand about his spiritual life and you may will have an idea to make his painting.

    Sorry about any mistake and Thankyou very much. God bless you.


  15. Hi Bhagat Singh,
    I think your paintings are really great, and I do respect the intentionality given for the great sacrifices that were made during wars. But I do think it would be great if you could do some paintings with all the Guru’s sacrifices that were made without wars? I would really love to buy a painting that showed all the spirtual realms that our Great Gurus wanted us to learn including faith in GOD.

  16. I am very close to purchasing one of your paintings.

    But I would like to know, are the paintings which we purchase a digital copy of the original, or are we paying for the actual handmade painting?

  17. Dear Sir,
    Some persons are using Baba Deep Singh Ji’s painting on their facebook account that too after printing their name on the painting in the form of Watermark as if they are the original painter/owner of this beautiful painting. I strongly objected to this act of copy right violation but failed to stop them. You being an original owner can raise an objection. Copying is different matter but putting watermark on painting in my opinion is highly objectionable. This for your kind information. Please see this facebook timeline –

    1. Jai Shri Ram
      Thanks for letting me know! I really appreciate it. I don’t mind him using the image but he should link it to “Artist: Bhagat Singh

      I would be grateful if you told him that. Also tell him he is free to use any images as long as he mentions my name and website on the image.

      PS @भरत सिंह
      my name is Bhagat भगत not Bharat. 🙂

  18. Hello, I love your paintings. I was wondering if you had any intention of painting Bhai Bidhi Chand Chhina? That is a print that I would love to purchase. Thanks.

      1. Well, I’m a student from Vancouver. Commissioning a painting might be out of my price range. What would be a ballpark figure?

  19. Do you have any art of the Gurus in an act of humanity and nonviolence……Like giving water to his surviving enemies from battle?

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