The kids’ wall has almost completely filled up with works of art from our younger visitors. Here’s Jago Gurung aged 4, showing off his entry in the competition.
The winner will have their masterpiece published as part of a set of wonderful postcard prints, to be made available on our webshop after the exhibiton.
Everyone’s getting a kick from the stereoviewers – authentic 150 year old 3-D technology you can use to view old images of the Harimandir Sahib and Amritsar city. Have you tried them yet?
When it’s gone it’s gone. If you haven’t yet visited, don’t delay – the exhibition closes in just 10 days.
For opening times, see: http://goldentemple1588.com/exhibition/
Teacher David Rose recollects some wonderful memories of his childhood as well as a recent visit to the Golden Temple. He also expresses his hope that many children will come and learn from the exhibition:
Ajit Bains from Southall had a great time and learned a lot:
Asangha from London thought the exhibition was fantastic and enjoyed learning about the more subtle cultural aspects of the Sikh faith:
Eight year old Dev Sandhu explains that she has never seen anything like the golden Temple exhibition in Canada. Oh, and she really liked the swords because they were big and sharp…!
A review by Jagjit Klar.
How does the ordinary man become the warrior? What enables the sparrow to hunt the hawk? What turns flesh and bone into iron and steel?
Nidar Singh Nihang demostrates how to intercept a powerful overhand stabbing blow.
Our thanks to Gupy, a brave maths teacher in a secondary school in Wolverhampton, for participating in last Sunday’s symposium ‘Abode of Wariors’.