Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale - Colourful canvas art original painting 48" x 60"
Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. (2 June 1947) – (6 June 1984) (Punjabi: ਜਰਨੈਲ ਸਿੰਘ ਭਿੰਡਰਾਂਵਾਲੇ) was the leader of the Damdami Taksal, based in Punjab India during the late 1970's and early 1980's. Sant Bhindranwale carried heavy influence among many Sikh youth.
He spread the original values of Sikhi and encouraged people young and old to follow the original rules and tenets of Sikhi.
Sant Bhindranwale stood against the oppressive Indian Government, fighting for Panjabs water rights and against the illegal water distribution plans. More notable his defence of Harmandir Sahib Amritsar from the Indra Gandhi Army attack in which he and other freedom fighters protected the innocent at the Akal Takht complex, including the Golden Temple, in Amritsar.
Made with archival-quality natural cotton, this heavy duty canvas is built to last for generations. The medium/rough texture surface is perfect for use with acrylic and oil paints, and the frame is professionally constructed, with medium-weight cotton duck stretched around 1.5" profile kiln-dried stretcher bars and held in place with a flexible spline.
NOTE: IMAGE SHOWN IN LOW RES. ORIGINAL IS HIGH QUALITY.
- 48" wide x 60" high
- 1.5" (3.8 cm) depth
- Cotton duck
- Archival and acid free
- Professional level heavy duty gallery canvas
- For use with acrylic and oil paints
Painted by @amrajsinghart