Sikh Fine Art Calendar 2012 - Great Sikh Women

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“The paintings that are by the contemporary artist Sardar Devender Singh depict events deeply etched in the Sikh consciousness. What is particularly significant is the presence of women. Women protagonists have been neglected across cultures and continents. Therefore by remembering the earliest Sikh women in the language of colors, the calendar fills an important gap. From Bibi Nanaki to Maharani Jindan we witness three-dimensional figures contributing vitally to the dynamic Sikh tradition. As our eyes see them, our heads rise and our chests broaden; our sense of selfhood expands with confidence and authenticity…”

The Calendar is printed on high quality art glossy Art paper, measuring 23.5″(wide) and 15.5″(high) with Black Wire-O binding on the horizontal side. Each calendar is individually wrapped in cellophane

Quote taken from “Our Past is With Us: Launching the New Year With the Sikh Foundation Calendar – by Nikky Singh – Click here to read the full review!

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