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The Sikh past can be preserved now

Sikh Relics and Artefacts: From the past to the technological future Saturday 7th July 2018 Guildhall, Thetford "The Sikh past can be preserved now"  this was the statement made the head of the Sikh Museum Initiative, Gurinder Singh Mann and developer Taranjit Singh in a special lecture on Sikh relics and artefacts at the opening day of the Thetford and Punjab Festival. The lecture formed...
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Visionary Sikh Art exhibition launches in Leicester

(R-L) Jasbir Mann(Falcon's Primary School, Councillor Vijay Riyait, Kartar Singh(SMI), Gurinder Singh Mann(SMI), Councillor Manjula Sood, Kerry Grey(LASALS), Raj Mann(SMI), Jasmohan Obhi (SMI) The Contemporary Sikh Art exhibition was launched in the heart of Leicester on 11th May, initiated by the Sikh Museum Initiative and Art Sikh. The exhibition was opened by Assistant City Mayor-Council...
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Anglo Sikh Wars 1845-1849 First ever 3D augmented reality exhibition launched in Leicester

From left to right - Councillor Piara Singh Clair, Head of Museums Sarah Levitt, Daljit Singh Makan, Head of SMI Gurinder Singh Mann, Captain Makand Singh, , Captain Mark Hughes, SMI's Raj Mann. First ever 3D augmented reality exhibition launched in Leicester: Anglo Sikh Wars 1845-1849 A new interactive exhibition, thought to be the first of its kind in the city, was successfully launched at N...
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3D Zirah Bouk Dagger (Armour piercer).

Interactive 3D Model viewable online - 3D Zirah Bouk Dagger (Armour piercer). Part of a project to create digital assets to highlight relics and artefacts and in turn preserve heritage. Taran 3d has recreated an Indian/persian weapon in 3d to highlight how heritage can be preserved. 3D Zirah Bouk Dagger by Taran3D If you are unable to see the 3d interactive you will need to update th...
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