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1984: A Picture Speaks A Thousand Words AMRIT & RABINDRA KAUR SINGH

Against all odds, the Sikh community has been resilient enough to survive the greatest hardships and find the courage to preserve and protect its values, beliefs and identity.

The Singh Twins & Their Sikh-Canadian tour de force APARITA BHANDARI

In Sikhs in Canada, the CN Tower stands amid depictions of the first Sikh RCMP officer, the first Sikh in major league Football (Saskatchewan Roughriders) and the pop group Punjabi by Nature.

Canada's Royal Ontario Museum Commissions Singh Twins Painting on Sikh-Canadians ROM

The work, done in the artists' trademark "post-modern" style, is a tour-de-force reflecting the historical and cultural evolution of the Sikh community in Canada.

Kanwar Singh's New Masterpiece:
Guru Gobind Singh - Master & Disciple

"I was interested in creating more than a mere representation of an integral event in Sikh history. I wanted to convey the most inspiring aspect of this momentous scene ..."

Languishing Sobha Singh Paintings To Be Restored DECCAN HERALD

Two art restorers from Britain will be visiting the museum in Andretta to critically inspect and restore some of the works.

Another Auction of Sikh Historical Artifacts

The catolgue consists of a large number of items - sketches, photographs, weapons, books, documents, etc. - described as 'Sikh' and/or related to Punjab.

Sikh Exhibit at Fresno Art Museum Has Smithsonian Pedigree by DONALD MUNRO

An exhibition that offers a peek into the art and traditions of a culture that has been firmly enmeshed in the Valley's daily life since the 1920s, but that many people still don't know much about.

Auction of Sikh Historical Artifacts MULLOCK'S

The next Mullock's auction of Sikh and Punjab-related historical artifacts includes paintings and miniatures, photographs and plaques, books and pamphlets, documents and ephemera.

Nostalgic Expressions:
The Art of Malkit Singh by JASMEEN SAINI

Malkit Singh feels blessed. His gratitude finds form on the canvas. His paintings carry deep impressions of memories of his mother and village.

An Illustrated, Online Intro To The Turban by VISHAVJIT SINGH

The latest collection of toons by SikhToons creator now available online, free! - explaining the significance of the Sikh turban in a post 9/11 world of confusion.

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