Beautiful Artwork from the Global Sikh Dharma Community to Honor Guru Nanak!

SDI hosted a drawing contest for Sikh Dharma community members around the world to share their drawings of Guru Nanak, or any aspect of his life or his Bani, with our global community to celebrate Guru Nanak Dev ji’s birthday and legacy in a spirit of love, reverence and creative expression!

After the drawings were submitted, the global SDI community voted for their favorite drawings.

The results of the contest are shared below. We were humbled, awed and amazed by all of the beautiful artwork of Guru Nanak that was shared in the adults (ages 16 and up) category!

First Place Winners 

“One” – Drawing by Kirandeep Kaur


“The True Name” – Drawing by Simarjeet Kaur Sandhu


Second Place Winners

“Mool Mantra” – Drawing by Simarjeet Kaur Sandhu


“Modi Khanna” – Drawing by Simarjeet Kaur Sandhu


Third Place Winner

“Dhan Dhan Guru Nanak Devji” – Drawing by Mahesh Kumar Khatri

More Amazing Drawings Submitted

Artwork from 2002 by Sat Dharm Singh


“Guru Nanak ji” – Drawing by Narayan Jot




“Guru Nanak Dev” – Drawing by Inge Ganter-Kaufmann


“Mool Mantara” – Drawing by Sukhvinder Singh


“Guru Naanak (for Dutch Japji)” – Drawing by Frits Wiegant / Aad Purkh Singh


Artwork 2007 by Sat Dharm Singh


“Guru Nanak” – Artwork by Inge Ganter-Kaufmann


Beautiful Drawings Submitted After the Deadline

“Jai Guru Nanak ji” – Artwork by Navya


“Simran and Rose” – Drawing by Harsimran Kaur


All of the drawings submitted were wonderful and we were grateful to receive each of them! Wahe Guru Ji Ka Khalsa, Wahe Guru Ji Ki Fateh!

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  1. So inspiring…all of the art work. Thank you for having this contest. I don’t really agree with judging and having “places”. Art is so subjective to the person viewing and feeling it. It would be nice perhaps if there was a different way of honoring them…especially in spiritual art work.

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