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Historical paintings by 30 painters dedicated to centenary of Guru Ka Bagh Morcha and Saka Sri Panja Sahib

AMRIK SINGH | July 16, 2022 07:42 PM

AMRITSAR: The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee Committee dedicated to the 100th centenary of the Guru Ke Bagh da Morcha and the martyrdom of Sri Panja Sahib will prepare a color book (album) of the paintings produced in the Chitrakala workshop, so that in the future the Sikh history of Morchas and Sakas will be published.

Advocate Harjinder Singh Dhami, president of the SGPC, in a statement here today h said that said that in the future more efforts will be made by the Shiromani Committee to promote Sikh art and the services of these painters will be taken from time to time.

He also said that a historical documentary based on these images will also be made. Advocate Dhami said that the Sikh history is full of sacrifices, from which present-day techniques are very important to inform the present and future generations.

The Shiromani Committee will try to take the pages of history to the Sangat according to the current technological era. On this occasion, he encouraged the 30 painters who participated in the art workshop by giving siropao, checques of Rs.16 thousand each, certificates of appreciation and badges of honor.

On this occasion, member of the Shiromani Committee. Kulwant Singh Manhan, s. Ranjit Singh Kahlon, s. Harvinder Singh Khalsa, Secretary. Pratap Singh, Deputy Secretary Gurmeet Singh Buttar, Mr. Gurcharan Singh Kuhala, Manager S. Sulakhan Singh Bhangali, Superintendent S. Malkit Singh Beharwal, in charge Shahbaz Singh, Mr. Harbhajan Singh Wakta, s. Major Singh, S. Gulzar Singh, Mr. Gurnam Singh, S. Gurmeet Singh etc. were present.

It is worth mentioning that the Shiromani Committee dedicated 30 painters from different places have participated in this painting workshop organized under the supervision of Harvinder Singh Khalsa. In the pictures created by these painters, different scenes of police torture during Morcha Guru Ke Bagh, the struggle of Sikh warriors with a sense of surrender, leading personalities during Saka and the events of Saka Sri Panja Sahib are depicted.
In the pictures created by these painters, different scenes of police torture during Morcha Guru Ke Bagh, the struggle of Sikh warriors with a sense of surrender, leading personalities during Saka and the events of Saka Sri Panja Sahib are depicted.

Among the painters Balraj Singh Brar Mansa, s. Kuldeep Singh Rupal Chandigarh, S. Kulwant Singh Gill Amritsar, S. Inderjit Singh Mansa, s. Harpreet Singh Naz Sri Fatehgarh Sahib, Sri Ashwani Verma Tanda Jalandhar, s. Jasminder Singh Jalandhar, s. Navdeep Singh Jagraon, Mr. Sukhpal Singh Patiala, S. Gursharan Singh Amritsar, S. Satnam Singh Moga, s. Sukhwinder Singh Amritsar, S. Randhir Singh Kang Chandigarh, S. Gurwinderpal Singh Amritsar, s. Daljit Singh Chandigarh, S. Preet Bhagwan Singh Faridkot, s. Amarjit Singh Bathinda, s. Hardarshan Singh Sohal Bathinda, Mr. Balwinder Kumar Sharma Nabha, Mr. Gurpreet Singh Namdhari Nabha, s. Madho Das Singh Giddarbaha, s. Sukhwinder Singh Ludhiana, S. Gurpreet Singh Komal Moga, Mr. Gurdeep Singh Chandigarh, Mr. Kulwinder Singh Goa, s. Rajinder Singh Bhagi K Moga, s. Gurmeet Singh Sangrur, s. Gurpreet Singh Manuke Jagraon, s. Jaspreet Singh Mansa Chandigarh, S. Jagjit Singh Patiala included.

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