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Mai Bhago also Known as Mata Bhag Kaur was a Sikh woman who led Sikh soldiers against the mughals in She killed several enemy soldiers on the battlefield, and is considered to be a saint by Sikhs. Art Prints For Sale, Fine Art Prints, Nanak Dev Ji, Guru Gobind Singh, Punjabi Culture, World Religions, Hindu Art, Indian Art, Art History

Mai Bhago also Known as Mata Bhag Kaur was a Sikh woman who led Sikh soldiers against the mughals in 1705. She killed several enemy soldiers on the battlefield, and is considered to be a saint by Sikhs.

Mai Bhago (also known as Mata Bhag Kaur) was a Sikh woman who led Sikh soldiers against the Mughals in She killed several enemy soldiers on the battlefield, and is considered to be a saint by Sikhs. Guru Wallpaper, Baba Deep Singh Ji, Ancient Indian History, Guru Gobind Singh, Warriors Wallpaper, Lord Krishna Wallpapers, Warrior Queen, Lion Art, Awesome Beards

Mai Bhago (also known as Mata Bhag Kaur) was a Sikh woman who led Sikh soldiers against the Mughals in 1705. She killed several enemy soldiers on the battlefield, and is considered to be a saint by Sikhs.

Mai Bhago also known as Mata Bhag Kaur was a Sikh woman who led 40 Sikh soldiers ( called the 40 Mukats or the Immortals' of Guru Sahib) against the Mughals in Learn, Walk and Live by the path shown by Guru. * Blessed to be a Sikh of the Guru* The Path Show, Punjab Culture, Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Guru Gobind Singh, World Religions, Women In History, History Books, Incredible India, Pet Birds

Bibi Sahib Kaur (1771–1801) was a Sikh princess and elder sister of Raja Sahib Singh of Patiala. Her brother recalled her after her marriage and appointed her prime minister in 1793. She led armies into battle against the British and was one of few Punjabi Sikh women to win battles against a British general.

American Sikh Rides to Raise Awareness Marwari Horses, Punjabi Culture, Irish Men, Indian Paintings, Thug Life, Sufi, Love Pictures, Martial Arts, Horse Riding

American Sikh Rides to Raise Awareness | SikhNet

A Lone Texas Horse Woman Races Marwari Horse in a Boisterous Sikh Ride in the Punjab