SIKH HERITAGE IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA
Guru Nanak Mission Society of Atlanta
Is hosting a Sikh heritage exhibition depicting a rare collection of personal belongings of Sikh Gurus.
April 1st to April 20th 2013
Grand opening on 6th April 2013.
The displays in the exhibits are:
Chola (robe) of Guru Nanak.
Personal belongings of Guru Hargobind Sahib.
Images of rare manuscripts.
A beautiful personal Kirpal (scimitar) of Guru Gobind Singh.
Guru Gobind Singh’s chest plate with a gold inscription.
Historic khanda used at the time of the formation of the Khalsa.
A bed-sheet of the Guru Gobind Singh.
Panchkala Shastra (weapon) of Guru Gobind Singh.
A chakki (grindstone) used to grind flour for Guru Gobind Singh.
Rare photographs of the collection of artifacts in the Toshakhana of the Golden Temple.
A shield from the armies of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
Photographs of valuable relics
GURU NANAK MISSION SOCIETY OF ATLANTA, INC.
1158 Rockbridge Road, Norcross GA 30093
Exhibits provided by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) New Delhi
Consul General of India.