Rani Sada Kaur, The Sikh Warrior Queen
- Subject: Sikh Painting
- Paint Material: Opaque Oil colors
- Base Material: Canvas (unframed)
- Size: 21 in. wide X 30 in. tall (53 cms X 76 cms)
- Age: Modern Handmade Art
- Country of origin: India
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Take an amazing step back into the past with this painting of the 18th century woman Sikh queen warrior, Sada Kaur. It depicts her in a fine portrait.
Rani Sada Kaur (1762 – 1832) was a formidable Sikh leader of the late 18th and early 19th century. She served as the Chief of the Kanhaiya Misl from 1789 to 1821, following the death of her husband Gurbaksh Singh Kanhaiya, the heir to Jai Singh Kanheya, the leader of the Kanhaiya Misl and is sometimes referred to as Sardarni Sada Kaur.
An intelligent and ambitious woman, Rani Sada Kaur was instrumental in guiding a young Ranjit Singh to found the Sikh Empire. She played an important role in the rise and consolidation of Sikh power in Punjab.
Your decor will come alive with this art of the Sikh female warrior, Sada Kaur. Buy it now and bring the spirit of the queen to your home or office.