New Painting Releases

Quintessential moments in history which over centuries have forged a dynamic Sikh community through its humble origins in Punjab, to its present political and spiritual standing as the world’s fifth largest religion.
  • First Guru 1469 - 1539

    Guru Nanak at Kartarpur

    This painting of Guru Nanak at Kartarpur is an artistic attempt to express the divine light manifested by Guru ji in his old age when he attracted many followers to sit alongside him in the wheat fields of Kartarpur. Looking at this art piece, we ...... Read More
  • Third Guru

    Guru Amar Das Ji

    Guru Amardas doing seva The Third Nanak, Guru Amar Das Sahib, before his ascension to the Guruship, spent twelve long years doing difficult selfless service in the free kitchens of Guru Angad Sahib. Though he was an old man when he encountered ...... Read More
  • Second Guru

    Guru Angad Dev Ji

    Guru Angad Sahib prepares to write the Gurmukhi alphabet Before he left his body, Guru Nanak Sahib passed on the Guruship of the Sikh Panth to Bhai Lehna. Lehna, through a series of tests, had proven his worth as the successor to Guru Nanak. Guru ...... Read More
  • 1705

    Guru Gobind Singh – The Siege of Chamkaur

    Guru Gobind Singh Ji – The Siege of Chamkaur The tenth Master, Guru Gobind Singh Ji – Leaving Chamkaur with valour During the Battle of Chamkaur, a small number of Sikhs were left in the Fort of Chamkaur with Siri Guru Gobind SIngh Ji. Fighting pa...... Read More
  • Vaisakhi 1699

    Mata Sahib Kaur - Mother of the Khalsa

    Just as Guru Gobind Singh Sahib is considered the father of the Sikh nation, Mata Sahib Kaur is considered its mother. A remarkable young woman, Mata Sahib Kaur was a born leader who took her role as symbolic mother of the Sikhs very seriously. ...... Read More
  • Pillar of Peace

  • Fourth Guru

    Guru Ram Das Ji

    Guru Ram Das Sahib, the fourth Nanak, founded the city of Amritsar, which is today the spiritual and political capital of the Sikh Panth Guru Ram Das Sahib came from humble beginnings. He was born Bhai Jetha, and was an orphan who sold food...... Read More