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The Arts of the Sikh Kingdoms

The Arts of the Sikh Kingdoms

Susan Stronge - Curator of the exhibition, Indian and South East Asian Collection.22 September 1999 - 9 January 2000This V&A exhibition, shown from 25 March to 25 July 1999, marked ...
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Saints and kings - arts, culture, and legacy of the sikhs

Saints and Kings – Arts, Culture, and Legacy of the Sikhs

Celebrate the artistic and cultural heritage of the Sikhs.Asian Art Museum - March 10 - June 25, 2017With nearly 27 million adherents worldwide, Sikhism is among the world’s largest religions, ...
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Guru Nanak’s Message on Film: A beautiful interfaith story

Guru Nanak’s Message on Film: A beautiful interfaith story – by Amardeep Singh

In the borderless world of 15th century, people travelled distances to trade, rulers invaded to expand territories, and Nanak glided across the geographies to spread the message of humanity.ALLEGORY, which ...
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“Sikh art has been underestimated in both Western and South Asian academia??? – A Conversation with Atsushi Ikeda

Sikh art has been underestimated in both Western and South Asian academia

By Vidya PradhanWhen one thinks of Japanese interest in Sikh art, the mind instantly goes to Buddhist art. After all, Japan has a strong Buddhist tradition since the 6th century ...
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Anneeth Kaur Hundle appointed to UCI endowed chair in Sikh studies

Anneeth Kaur Hundle appointed to UCI endowed chair in Sikh studies

Faculty position established with $1.5 million gift from Drs. Harvinder and Asha Sahota.Anneeth Kaur Hundle has been named the Dhan Kaur Sahota Presidential Chair in Sikh Studies at the University ...
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Dr. N.S Kapany - Views on Science, art & faith -conversation with Dr. J.S. Kang​

Dr. N.S Kapany – Views on Science, art & faith -conversation with Dr. J.S. Kang​

92 years living legend, one of the greatest in our times - Dr. Narinder Singh Kapany. His inventions changed the world for ever. Please watch this interview (mostly in english) ...
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