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Sikh Relics and Artefacts lecture: 125th anniversary of the death of Duleep Singh

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 undertaken as part of the Essex Cultural Diversity Project organised Festival of Thetford & Punjab, marking the 125th anniversary of the death of Duleep Singh, the last Maharajah of the Punjab.

Fascinating journey through the rich relics of the Sikh Empire, from the court of Maharajah Ranjit Singh through to the artefacts of his progeny including Maharajah Duleep Singh. The lecture highlights how new technologies can be used to showcase relics through 3D modelling, 3D printing and augmented reality. You will also find out more about the world’s first Sikh Online Museum funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Gurinder Singh Mann is an historian and Oxford University Published author. He is Director of the Sikh Museum Initiative. He has recently curated the successful exhibition: Anglo Sikh Wars: Battles, Treaties and Relics (2016-2017) at Newarke Houses Museum, Leicester and was featured on the BBC show Celebrity Antiques Roadtrip.

Taranjit Singh is a 3D developer at Taran3d and has undertaken many technological projects related to 3D printing and augmented reality, as well as working with many museums across the UK.

Filmed by the Sikh Channel

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