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4 hours ago, ramneeksingh said:

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Reminds me of typical paintings of Shivaji the Maratha. 

Why always people copy old paintings and change the head of the person with Guru Gobind Singh ji, is still something I have not understood ** David's Napoleon on the Alps **

 

Instead, why don't we reproduce classical Sikh art like this, something more closer to what Guru ji would have looked like :1660804_1011895585492078_263823328_n.jpg.3a37ba70e4157157e30abdedf06f0563.jpg

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Just now, Guest Kaur 2 said:

Can't come up with original art. Just copy his...

EVERY DESI PAINTERS THOUGHT WHEN THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT TO PAINT...

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Just now, Guest Kaur 2 said:

Can't come up with original art. Just copy his...

Mhmm, I think its illegal to steal art like that and resell it lol. Well, at least in usa..

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1 minute ago, 5akaalsingh said:

Reminds me of typical paintings of Shivaji the Maratha. 

Why always people copy old paintings and change the head of the person with Guru Gobind Singh ji, is still something I have not understood ** David's Napoleon on the Alps **

 

Instead, why don't we reproduce classical Sikh art like this, something more closer to what Guru ji would have looked like :1660804_1011895585492078_263823328_n.jpg.3a37ba70e4157157e30abdedf06f0563.jpg

I know... some people are too funny for words. In the Shivaji the Maratha painting they haven't even tried to change other things. Here we go, cut and paste a new head... THATS PROBABLY THEIR LOGIC and then they show their family, Mummi bahut proud aa teri... :rofl 

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1 minute ago, Preeet said:

Mhmm, I think its illegal to steal art like that and resell it lol. Well, at least in usa..

No one gives a sh1t about copyrights etc in India. Portraits of Guru Gobind Singh made by Amandeep Inkquisitive were used by the Bihar Government on posters without any permissions b the artist.

This particular one was made by Namdharis, that explains the white dress.

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4 minutes ago, Preeet said:

Mhmm, I think its illegal to steal art like that and resell it lol. Well, at least in usa..

Not in india :rofl 

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Just now, 5akaalsingh said:

No one gives a sh1t about copyrights etc in India. Portraits of Guru Gobind Singh made by Amandeep Inkquisitive were used by the Bihar Government on posters without any permissions b the artist.

This particular one was made by Namdharis, that explains the white dress.

No-one really gives a f**** about copyright in india.

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1 minute ago, 5akaalsingh said:

biggest democracy of the world

I know... I just realised now :rofl  I apologize to everyone in india... Maaf karna ji :rofl 

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1 minute ago, Guest Kaur 2 said:

I dare: @simran345@MrDoaba @Singh123456777 @Preeet @5akaalsingh to set this picture as their laptop, phone or tablet background/desktop. Then screenshot it and post it here. Sorry if I missed out anyone, just everyone who replied to this thread.

The dog ate my print screen button. :/

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4 minutes ago, MrDoaba said:

The dog ate my print screen button. :/

Set it on your phone then... :rofl  How did he manage to eat it?

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3 minutes ago, Guest Kaur 2 said:

Set it on your phone then... :rofl  How did he manage to eat it?

It was Hukam I guess.

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1 minute ago, MrDoaba said:

It was Hukam I guess.

:notalk:

Now you have to say: Tera kiaa meetha lage.... You lost your print screen button. Feel sorry for u bro. :( 

:) 

PS: Ha ha

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