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Sahibzada Baba Jujhar Singh Ji

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Original artwork made using high quality digital printing, acrylic painting and a gloss finish on the wooden frame.

Artwork size:  35x50cm

РOriginal digital artwork printed on wood.
– Each piece is unique, handmade and signed by the Artist.
– Unique Pop-Art style.
– Gloss Finish.
– Easy installation – comes with a hook on the back.


This unique and limited artwork depicts Baba Jujhar Singh Ji adorned in his kingly attire while holding a teer.

Sahibzada Jujhar Singh¬†(27 September¬†1691¬†–¬†7 December¬†1705), the second son of¬†Guru Gobind Singh Ji, was born to¬†Mata Jito ji¬†¬†at¬†Anandpur¬†on 27 September 1691 (as per¬†Nanakshahi calendar).

Like his elder brother Baba Ajit Singh, he started training in the fighting skills (Gatka) as soon as he started learning the religious texts aged about 4 to 5 years. In 1699, when he was eight years old, he received holy Amrit at the rites of Khalsa initiation, called Amrit Sanskar. By the time it became necessary to leave Anandpur under the pressure of a besieging host in December 1705, Jujhar Singh, nearing the completion of his fifteenth year, was an experienced young warrior, strong and fearless.