We focus on bringing Sikh history alive through the exploration of Sikh relics and artefacts that can be found in the UK.
We actively work with public institutions as well as private individuals to ensure these valuable artefacts are given exposure to the mainstream public.
Amandeep Kaur is an artist based in Birmingham who undertakes unique canvas pieces covering themes of Gurbani to impressive visuals of Sikh symbols. Her work was featured in the Contemporary Sikh Art exhibition in Leicester earlier this year and has...Read More
Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum demonstration 17th August 2018 Jubilee Square Leicester The public witnessed the first demonstration of what the Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum will look like. The demonstration took place at Jubilee Square, Leicester as pa...Read More
Sikh Relics and Artefacts: From the past to the technological future with Gurinder Singh Mann and Taranjit Singh *** Part of the Festival of Thetford & Punjab *** Taranjit Singh discussing how arrows can be 3d scanned. We present a lecture undert...Read More
Sikh History at a Touching distance- Times of India Interview with Gurinder Singh Mann, Head of the Sikh Museum InitiativeRead More
Coverage of the Online Sikh Museum in the Leicester Mercury Published on Saturday May 12thRead More
Sikh Museum Initiative given funding for an online museum Objects will be 3d modelled from public and private collections People will be trained up in digital skills The objects will be seen using virtual reality googles Online...Read More