Sikh weapons

Sikh Weapons in 3d seminar

26th August 2020 Seminar which featured Royal Armouries Curator of Oriental Collections, Natasha Bennett, Gurinder Singh Mann and Taran Singh, both of The Sikh Museum Initiative, as they showcase three Sikh objects that have been rendered in stunning 3D. This project aims to bring these treasures to life in amazing

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Historical Sikh manuscript recreated in 3D as part of a digital museum exhibit

Thanks to Leicester Mercury/Leicester Live for this article written by Asha Patel. 25th August 2020 It dates back to an Anglo-Sikh battle which took place in India in 1845 The University of Leicester Sikh Manuscript in 3D The historical manuscript has been repackaged as a digital experience using a mix

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The Digital Sikh Manuscript MS 241 and the journey from Punjab to Leicester

By Gurinder Singh Mann The Guru Granth Sahib is the holiest scripture of the Sikhs and is venerated by Sikhs across the world. The compositions were written by several of the Sikh Gurus together with compositions from holy saints and bards from India. These saints were Hindus and Muslims, hence

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The Khalsa Army Flag: Anglo Sikh Wars to Digitisation

A Khalsa Army flag found on the battlefields of the Anglo Sikh Wars. Now Recreated in 3d History The Sikh Empire was composed of many military units each with their own Battle Standards or Flags. There many elite wings of Maharajah Ranjit Singh’s army including the Fauj-i-Khas. See the video

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World over, museums are coming home

Great to be featured in Tribune India newspaper, during the lockdown. The Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum is providing a necessary resource to study and understand important aspects of Anglo Sikh history. Virtual galleries are taking us into the world of art, artists and artefacts by Sarika Sharma, Tribune India, June

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Intro to Virtual Reality webinar

“Introduction to Virtual Reality as part of the project: Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum  09/06/2020 Hosted by SMI’s Kartar Singh Taran3D goes through the benefits of using VR in a heritage setting. Including the work already undertaken as part of our Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum project well as the considering other

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Intro to 3d printing webinar

“Introduction to 3D Printing” as part of the project: Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum via ZOOM 27/05/2020 Hosted by SMI’s Kartar Singh Taran3D undertook a walk through the benefits of using 3D printing in a heritage setting. Including the work already undertaken as part of our exhibition ” Anglo Sikh Wars: Battles,

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Anglo Sikh Museum Webinar

Sikh Museum webinar 15/04/2020 The benefits of an online museum. How we created the Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum. A demonstration of using 3d technologies using Virtual reality. The release of the Koh-i-Noor diamond in 3d. Hosted by Sikh historian: Gurinder Singh Mann & Taran Singh-Developer at Taran3d.

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The Koh-i-Noor Diamond in 3d: Using technology to reclaim history

A very famous diamond, but what is the history behind it? How can technology bring Sikh artefacts alive? History The history of the Koh-i-Noor or ‘Mountain of Light’ diamond is steeped in myth and anecdote, wars and political intrigue. The diamond was described in 1628 as forming part of the

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Napoleon Bonaparte to the Duke of Wellington: The sword at the Battle of Ferozeshah

SMI 11: GOLD-HILTED SWORD (GLAIVE) Date: Before 1800 Origin: France-Napolean Bonaparte

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