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  • Guru Nanak’s Aarti Size (22 x 30 inches)

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    Medium: Acrylic and watercolors on watercolor paper

    Guru Nanak’s Aarti is a semi-abstract painting which is a spiritual representationof Guru Nanak’s thoughts and ideas combined into a poem. Guru Nanak Dev Ji was aenvironmentalist. Throughout his travels he explored human nature and lived and slept wherever he found a place to rest in nature. His love for art and creativity immensely pulled him in many different directions since childhood. Guru Nanak ji was an enlightened soul. This painting is an attempt to summarize Nanak’s pure soul and his message to all that we are all one and in unity we evolve to become a part of this responsible ecosystem. This is a continuous reminder to us humans, that we are givers and thus we must spend most of our time meditating so that we can all become one with the creator of this universe. The colors in the painting play a significant role which implies purity, peace and warmth.

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  • Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji Size (22 x 30 inches)

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    Medium: Ink and watercolors on watercolor paper

    This painting was inspired by a dream I saw. Upon waking I took the daily Hukamnama (a hymn randomly selected from Guru Granth Sahib ji) for that day and this was the page Guru Granth Sahib Ji opened to. Guru Granth Sahib Ji consists of 1,430 pages, each page is a thread of beautiful poetic thoughts and ideas
    about life. Through this painting I wanted my viewers to understand that Sikhi is not just for Sikhs but it has a universal appeal. My style of painting is very personal and invokes a sense of wholeness which is the sole message of Guru Granth Sahib Ji. The loose painterly style is more about captivating expression, feelings, and emotions. I like to capture moments of hope amidst everyday mundane life.

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  • Turbans Size (11 x 15 inches)

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    The Turbans illustration expresses the essence of “Panj Pyare”. The Panj Pyare were the first five people to receive Khanda di Pahul during their initiation into the Khalsa Panth established by Guru Gobind Singh Ji. This illustration also acts as a gentle reminder of the bravery and power of becoming a Guru Da Sikh. Following the message of Guru Gobind Singh Ji Sikhs have taken on a uniform so that they stand out in a crowd, ready to help those in need and to stand up against injustice and tyranny.

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  • Jewels From Sikh Wisdom Tote Bag

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    £20.00

    Singh Twins Design Tote Bag ,33 x 33 cms approx

    Price £20 including worldwide shipping. This bag comes free with each purchase of the ‘Jewels from Sikh Wisdom’ book.

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  • Jewels from Sikh Wisdom – A Journey of Discovery

    £75.00

    Fully illustrated hardback book. Compiled by Harinder Singh, with artwork by The Singh Twins and writing by Gopinder Kaur

    Jewels From Sikh Wisdom Tote Bag is free with the Jewels book

    includes £10 P & P (valid only for UK)

    Size: 216 pages, 30cms x 29cms

    Festive season offer For India/Far East Free shipping (worth £30 )If you buy 2 books Plus Free Jewels From Sikh Wisdom Tote Bag with every book order worth £20.

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  • Exciting True Stories from the Sikh World Vol 2

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    £7.75

    Childrens Illustrated Story book.

    Exciting True Story of Guru Nanak in Iraq

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  • Ik Onkar Mandala Size (40cm Diameter)

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    £135.00

    A spiritual awakening design that provides layers of love and compassion to a symbol of Sikhism ‘Ik Onkar’, meaning Oneness.

  • Ik Onkar Mandala-Framed Size (60cm x 60 cm x 5cm)

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    £265.00

    A spiritual awakening design that provides layers of love and compassion to a symbol of Sikhism ‘Ik Onkar’, meaning Oneness.

  • Ikonkar & Khanda Size (23 x 16 cms)

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    £80.00
  • Harmandir Sahib Ji Size (45cm x 45cm x 5cm)

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    £220.00

    A lovely piece created as an interpretation of the 1840 watercolor painting, ‘Harimandir Sahib: The Golden Temple at Amritsar’. With inspiration taken from the interior of the Akal Takht, the oblique perspective details the southwest elevation to which it sits.

    This composition is an expression of the importance of Harimandir Sahib within the Sikh Religion and the uphold it has from the Akal Takht ” The Almighty Throne”.

  • Guru Nanak Dev Ji Mandala Size (70 x 45 x 5 cms)

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    £240.00

    A beautiful depiction of Guru Nanak Dev Ji with a radiant halo in multiple colored layer wooden veneer, this artwork features rich colours and was inspired by an old painting by the artist’s grandfather. The halo portrays elegance and the majestic nature of Guru Ji that will leave any home setting feeling a sense of warmth and comfort.

  • Guru Gobind Singh Ji Mandala Size (70cm x 45cm x 5cm)

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    £240.00

    A beautiful depiction of Guru Gobind Singh Ji with a radiant halo in multiple colored layer wooden veneer, this piece has a complimentary Guru Nanak Dev Ji Mandala artwork also available. The halo portrays elegance and the majestic nature of Guru Ji that will leave any home setting feeling a sense of warmth and comfort

  • The Formation of the Khalsa Size (60 x 60 x 12 cm)

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    The piece I have created celebrates events that occurred on 13th April 1699. Where the birth of the Khalsa was orchestrated by Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Five devotees offered their lives to Guru Ji, to which he gave then new life, baptising them to form the Panj Pyare, warrior saints.

    The Panj Pyare have been illustrated in this art piece by displaying their names as rays of light from a Sun like object. Underneath, are segments that reflect abstract forms of the 5ks which baptised sikhs wear.

    In the foreground, stands Guru Gobind Singh Ji. A strong looking figure that embodies the warrior identity of sikhs. One of Guru ji’s teachings from the formation of the Khalsa, is one of Chardi Kala. As the volunteers gave their lives to the Guru, he eliminated their fear of death, allowing them to further live their lives in eternal bliss

  • Guru Nanak Dev Ji and Bhai Mardana Size (100cm x 80 cm x 10cm)

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    A beautiful depiction of Guru Nanak Dev Ji with Bhai Mardana

  • Harmandir Sahib Elevation Size (75 x 50 x10)

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    A majestic wooden artwork with an elevated entry point view into the Darbar Sahib.

    Beautifully detailed to match what you see when visiting, the lighter cherry wood represents the white marble while the mahogany is used in the upper sections to create an aged elevation that works in harmony with capturing the golden aspects of Harimandir Sahib.

  • Guru Nanak Dev Ji Portrait Size (60cm x 60 cm x 10cm)

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    The portrait of Guru Nanak Dev Ji replicated a portrait of Guru Ji painted by one of the great artists Soba Singh. Soba Singh’s paintings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji are for many what we preserve Guru Ji to have looked like.

    The detail around Guru Ji’s portrait has multitude of symbolic thoughts. The layered geometric pattern work is representation of the atom symbol. As all matter of life is made of atoms, the pattern work showcases one of Guru Ji’s teachings; all are equal. The artwork also has 10 circular discs; these are shaped to lotus flowers, a symbol in many cultures of purity. There are 10 for each guru that followed from Guru Nanak Dev Ji

    Furthermore, the artwork has craved into it the Mul Mantra, and Ek Onkar. The first composition of the Sikh holy scripts, Guru Granth Sahib

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