HISTORICAL

ART PIECES

Find below a collection of historical art pieces related to Guru Hargobind Maharaj. 

Many of these pieces are contemporary art pieces commissioned during the time of Sikh Gurus.  These historical art pieces give us an insight into the traditional attire, customs, and culture of the time.

Guru Hargobind

Provincial Mughal School, Deccan, mid 17th century, currently in Seattle Art Museum, Eugene Fuller Memorial Collection (44.44)

Guru Hargobind

Contemporary painting of Guru Hargobind (circa. mid 17th century), held by Bidhi Chand lineage family located at Sursingh (near Amritsar), Punjab

Mool Mantar by Guru Hargobind

Mool Mantar written in Guru Hargobind's handwriting, held by Bhai Roopa Collection (circa. mid 17th century)

Guru Hargobind

Near contemporary portrait of Guru Hargobind by a Muslim artist, held by Bhai Roopa Collection (circa. mid 17th century)

Guru Hargobind

Portrait of Guru Hargobind with hawk, held at Sursingh near Amritsar (circa. mid 17th century)

Guru Hargobind

Contemporary painting of Guru Hargobind (circa. mid 17th century), held by Sodhi family of Kartarpur, Punjab

Ten Sikh Gurus

Commissioned painting by Lala Nanak Ram upon meeting Priyatam Das Udasi in 1780.  Guru Hargobind is depicted on left-middle in yellow tunic.

Guru Hargobind

Mughal style painting of Guru Hargobind, held by Bhai Roopa Collection (circa. mid 17th century)

Guru Hargobind

Near contemporary portrait of Guru Hargobind commissioned by Bhai Bidhi Chand, held by Bhai Roopa Collection (circa. mid 17th century)

Bhai Bidhi Chand

Portrait of Bhai Bidhi Chand in mughal style 

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