18th June 2019 RBS Sikh Network Bishopsgate London The Sikh Museum
Initiative Team showcasing at the Royal Bank of Scotland’s Sikh Network event
“Honouring our Past, Embracing our Future” in London.
With over 200 people in
attendance, the event was an excellent opportunity to showcase the
Sikh Museum’s work and vision. Giving the user an
immersive and interactive experience of historical... Read More
15th JuneAncient House Museum, Thetford, Norfolk.
The launch of the Sophia Duleep Singh Exhibition at Ancient House Museum took place in the morning. The building was owned by the Prince Frederick Duleep Singh, son of Maharajah Duleep Singh who donated it to the town of Thetford. The museum is hosting a pop-up exhibition on the life and importance of the Sophia Duleep Singh and the Suf... Read More
Sunday 28th April 2019, Handsworth Park, Hinstock Rd, B20 2ET, Birmingham.
Over 30,000 turned out to the annual Nagar Kirtan and Vaisakhi Celebrations in Birmingham.
The Sikh Museum Initiative was able to showcase their recent work to the visitors to the celebrations. Using touchscreen monitors and a virtual reality setup the crowds got to see Anglo Sikh objects in 3d.
We received g... Read More
Sri Tarn Tarn Sahib
Historic gateway demolished
Information was received last night(30/03/2019) that the historic Darshan Deori (gateway) leading to the main Gurdwara or Darbar Sahib at Tarn Tran was demolished by Kar Sewa seminary headed by Baba Jagtar Singh. The town of Tarn Tarn was founded by Guru Arjun Dev where he laid the foundation of the Gurdwara.
During the Misl period parts of ... Read More
The British and the Sikhs: Discovery, Warfare and Friendship c1700-1900
by Gurinder Singh Mann Forthcoming
The Sikh Confederacy consisting of military units or Misls rose from the ashes of the crumbling Mughal Empire in the Eighteenth century. As a result, under the leadership of General Baghel Singh they conquered the Red Fort of Delhi in 1783 leading to the Sikh Empire bein... Read More
To celebrate International Women's day 2019
The Sikh Museum Initiative presents an interesting letter written by Governor General Dalhousie regarding Maharani Jindan Kaur. Annotated and commentary by Sikh scholar Gurinder Singh Mann.
Painting, paint on ivory, a miniature portrait of Rani Jindan. Copyright Victoria and Albert Museum.
Who was Maharani Jindan Kaur?
She was regent of the Sikh... Read More
'Queen Victoria still looked after Sophia and made provisions for her to live here in the UK, which shows that she had a bit of a soft spot for her'
Historical Sikh jewellery belonging to the goddaughter of Queen Victoria, was brought to life at New Walk Museum last week.
A collection of historical Sikh artifacts and jewellery belonging to Princess Sophia were recreated using the latest ... Read More
BBC coverage of the 'Legacy of Sophia Duleep Singh Event
New Walk Museum, Leicester 21st Feb 2019.
Featuring the 3d relics of the Sikh Empire.
Anglo Sikh Museum will be released in the coming months.
The Anglo Sikh Museum is funded by the National Heritage Lottery Fund.
3D Relics of the Sikh Empire showcased at Princess Sophia Duleep Singh discussion
In Leicester UK
The fourth event where the Sikh Museum Initiative has been creating awareness around the importance of Sophia Duleep Singh
The Anglo Sikh Museum will showcase a number of objects recreated in 3d.
On Thursday 21 February, Leicester’s New Walk Museum and Art Gallery was the setting for a... Read More