Guru Nanak and Mardana at Panja Sahib
- Subject: Sikh Miniature Painting
- Paint Material: Opaque Watercolors
- Base Material: Stamp paper (unframed)
- Size: 8 in. wide X 12 in. tall (20 cms X 30.5 cms)
- Age: Modern Handmade Art
- Country of origin: India
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This historical Sikh religion art has a distinct appeal. Elegant in design, limited in supply and historically significant, the paintings stately elegance will make an impressive addition and provide a noble impression to your cherished art collection.
The artwork draws upon the often told account of Guru Nanak at Panja Sahib, at Hassan Abdal, near Rawalpindi (modern day Pakistan). Here he is said to have stopped in its tracks, just using his open panja (palm), an enormous boulder supposedly hurled at him by a jealous Muslim divine, Pir Wali Kandhari.
The Guru’s figure, along with his minstrel companion Mardana and the rocky backdrop, are painted using relatively subdued colors which brings a certain charm and disarming naivete to the artwork
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