Artworks of 31 painters on display at SGPC workshop

Artworks of 31 painters on display at SGPC workshop

Sikh artists display their skills on canvas to mark the centennial celebrations of the SGPC.

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, November 6

As many as 31 painters from all over Punjab participated in the workshop organised by the SGPC, depicting Sikh history on the canvas.

The selected paintings with the theme on Sikh culture, history and struggle that led to formation of SGPC, would be presented in the special exhibition, to be organised as part of the SGPC’s centennial celebrations.

After performing ardas, the painting workshop was inaugurated by SGPC president Gobind Singh Longowal at Bhai Gurdas Hall.

“The exhibition would be the centre of attraction between November 13 and 17. Every painter would be honoured but the five best painters would be specially rewarded,” he said.

Others present on the occasion included former senior vice president Rajinder Singh Mehta, general secretary Harjinder Singh Dhami and executive members.

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