SMI 16: Lahore Shield.Date: Probably early nineteenth centuryLocation: The Royal Armouries, Leeds: Object number: XXVIA.140 This round shield is of watered steel, elaborately decorated with a border in gold koftgari. Presented by the East India Company in 1851. History The Shield has a surface of the metal inside the border are
In the above model select ” static pose ” or ” open” and press the play button. SMI 15: Sikh manuscriptDate: Early 1800 Size: 28 cm x 19 cmPrevious Location: Punjab, India. Location: MS 241, University of Leicester A Sikh Manuscript found on the battlefields of Ferozeshah, Punjab containing verses
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
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.
Sikh history through virtual environments-Take me to VR church BBC Heart and Soul AIRED ON Fri 20 Mar 2020 at 12:30 UK Visit: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3ct0pcg (UK only) or BBC iplayer to hear the full programme. The Sikhmuseum Initiative was featured on the Global reaching programme Heart and Soul on the BBC
New Walk Museum, Leicester 17/02/2020 We undertook a Digital Showcase at New Walk Museum, Leicester. We showcased 3d relics on our touchscreen monitors and Virtual Reality Headsets. This half term event was well received and the best thing is seeing the fun that families can have if you can make