Category: Sikh Arts & Heritage

The Boy With Long Hair

Recognizing the lack of knowledge about Sikhs & Sikhism in the western world including the United States, and the need for educating the masses about Sikh identity, it is very important to include information about Sikhs in school textbooks and Supplemental Instructional Materials… Read More

Visiting the “Maharaja”

Splendors of India’s Royal Courts at the Asian Art Museum: The Sikh Foundation lately hosted its ex Trustees and friends to an afternoon of Art at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco to experience the splendid exhibit “Maharaja – The Splendors of India’s Royal Courts”… Read More

Great Sikh Women

Sikh Foundation is proud to announce the 2012 Sikh Art Calendar. The theme of 2012 Calendar is Great Sikh Women. The 2012 Calendar features paintings of 12 great Sikh Women starting with Bebe Nanaki to… Read More

The Festival of Life – Prem Singh

It was early morning on 15 April, 1943 that I was born to my mother Mohinder Kaur and father Arjan Singh at Patiala. The city also served as the Capital of Pepsu – a short lived State within East Punjab carved out after 1947. The area was known as Kutcha Patiala. I was the fourth child. I was brought in a Sikh Family… Read More