The Sikh Museum Initiative is the premier organisation involved in recreating and restoring lost Sikh heritage using new technologies. As a result the SMI will be unveiling an Interactive 3D Sikh model belonging to Guru Gobind Singh.
Much Sikh heritage has been lost due to modernity, lack of understanding and sheer neglect. As a result priceless manuscripts, buildings, Sikh swords and other relics have been lost. As a result the SMI envisaged recreating a historical item belonging to Guru Gobind Singh. The original item whilst still intact has lost much of its shine and colour. The item also bears inscriptions from Gurbani. The development in terms of modelling and reconstruction has taken many hours and days.
Taranjit Singh (Taran3d) stated, ‘We have spent many months trying to perfect the modelling of Sikh relics and now we are able to unveil a 3d depiction of a historical item of Guru Gobind Singh.’
The unveiling of the 3d relic will form part of the lecture ‘The Rosary of Guru Gobind Singh’s Shastars’ undertaken by Sikh scholar and head of the SMI, Gurinder Singh Mann.
The 3d interactive will be unveiled on 9th April 2016 between 2pm and 7pm at:
The third Sri Dasam Granth Sahib Seminar organised by Khalsa Heritage California:
Mark Green Sports centre,
3124, Union City Blvd,
Contact the Sikh Museum Initiative, Leicester, UK at firstname.lastname@example.org