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The Kaur Project JENNIFER CHOWDHURY
"No one asks them how they see themselves as Kaurs or about their journeys as Sikh women."
Princess Bamba’s Sikh Collection In Lahore Fort TANIA QURESHI
After the end of the Raj, Bamba refused to live in Britain and settled down in Lahore.
A Photo Project Focuses On The Face Of The Modern-Day Sikh-American ZINNIA RAY CHAUDHURI
Two London-based photographers educate people about the values of Sikhism through art.
1984 & I
A Picture Speaks
A Thousand Words
AMRIT & RABINDRA KAUR SINGH
What frustrated and angered us most was the imbalanced, selective reporting and media censorship.
Sikh-Briton Overcomes Autism With Art:
Raj Singh Tattal
VIKRAMDEEP SINGH JOHAL
He uses graphite and charcoal pencils to create realistic black-and-white artwork.
19th Century Sikh Painting By Bishan Singh Originally Bought for US $58 Fetches US $133,500 JOSEPH CURTIS, et al
From family of painters responsible for maintaining murals and motifs in The Golden Temple.
American Children Tackle The Turban In School Art VISHAVJIT SINGH
An interactive cartoon workshop with only one rule: create a fresh character!
In Sikhi There’s No Distinction Between What Is Or Isn’t Spiritual:
The Art Of Baljinder Kaur
Inside an artist’s Wonderland Of Spirituality …
Mela Phulkari III
JAIDEEP DEO BHANJ
‘1469’ - a concept that celebrates the creative energy of Punjab.
“It’s about abstract concepts, beliefs, feelings or emotions that made me gravitate towards abstraction …”