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Akali Phula Singh


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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 Akali Phula Singh riding his horse.

Akali Phula Singh¬†(1 January 1761¬†‚Äď 14 March 1823) was a prominent and highly respected¬†Akali Nihang¬†Sikh leader. He was a saint soldier of the¬†Khalsa¬†Shaheedan Misl¬†and head of the¬†Budha Dal¬†in the early 19th century. He was also a senior general in the¬†Sikh Khalsa Army¬†and commander of the irregular¬†Nihang¬†of the army. He played a role in uniting¬†Sikh misls¬†in¬†Amritsar. He was not afraid of the British who at many times ordered for his arrest but were not successful. During his later years he served for the¬†Sikh Empire¬†as a direct adviser to Maharajah¬†Ranjit Singh. He remained an army general in many famous Sikh battles up until his martyrdom in the¬†battle of Naushera. He was admired by the local people and had a great influence over the land¬†and his settlement was always open to help the poor and helpless.¬†He was well known and was a humble unique leader and prestigious warrior with high character.¬†He was also known for his effort to maintain the values of¬†Gurmatand the Khalsa¬†panth.


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