Category: Sikh Art Corner

Silk Flowers

By Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji From: The Game of Love – the Poems and Art of Yogi Bhajan Silk flowers- No fragrance, No reverence. Beautiful, beautiful. They look real. In color, In makeup, Absolutely clear. They are the flowers, That we know. Made of silk.
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The Prosperity Mandala

Enhance your meditation practice and prosperous growth with this one of a kind prosperity mandala poster. In 2003, Sewa Singh, the renowned artist, was guided by Yogi Bhajan to create this version of the tree of life. Yogi Bhajan then gave the corresponding prosperity meditation to do while mentally focusing on this beautiful image. The
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Khalsa Kirpans

 Jot Singh Khalsa                        Designer, Artisan, Businessman, Minister, Yoga Teacher, Author I’ve been designing and making knives, swords, Kirpans and fine jewelry full-time since 1978. Through good fortune, my work has been featured on book covers, magazine covers, in museum exhibitions and in print media published in 9 languages. My edged work has also won top
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Mural of the Golden Temple

In 1980, before I became a Sikh, I did a painting I called “Happy Hour”. In the painting my Kundalini yoga teacher, Sat Nam Singh, was sitting, clothed, on a bench at a bus stop surrounded by several figures wearing only clown make-up and accessories. Though the figures were obviously nude, all significant anatomical parts
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Painting the Divine

The New Mexico History Museum in Santa Fe has a new exhibit called “Painting the Divine” centered around a collection of Images of the Virgin Mary in the New World. The event planners of the museum asked me if they would be able to view the mural painted by Ed O’Brien in the Siri Singhasan
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Poetic Ardas

The Sixth Body, the Arc Line, is characterized as the Person at Prayer and according to Tantric Numerology as taught by Yogi Bhajan represents the balance between the physical and cosmic realms as embodied by Guru Hargobind Ji. SS Guru Kirn Kaur shares her experience with the Ardas, the Sikh prayer. For five summers during
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