- published: 12 Nov 2017
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avinash gaget's painting exhibition at amritsar indian acadmy of fine arts Amritsar
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Marshal art performance my sikhs in amritser in nager kerten near goldan temple
One day the whole city will be converted into a jungle of concrete where no art work will be seen. So, before it happen, let us have a look at the remaining Amritsar heritage treasure. When you are passing near from them, give a look to them. A lifetime can be spend on writing about the peculiarities of each one of these sites. Punjab Tourism’s is performing heritage walk through the historical albeit congested by-lanes of the inner city. The two hour guided walk commences twice-daily from the Town Hall and culminates at the Golden Temple entrance gate. Pls share.
History of Gatka Gatka is the martial art of the Sikhs and is tied in with the religion Sikhism. It's a weapons-based martial art, which was imparted to the Sikhs in the time of Guru Hargobind Ji (the sixth Guru of the Sikhs) in the 16th century, in gratitude for their release from imprisonment by the fledgling Sikh army of that time. The Sikhs at that time opposed the Mughal Empire, which violently oppressed both Sikhs and Hindus in the name of Islam. The Tenth Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh Ji, was an extremely proficient martial artist. He continued to encourage the Sikhs to train seriously in the martial arts, and in 1699 founded the Khalsa, a special Order, to which all Sikhs would thereafter aspire to joining. The Khalsa was subject to strict military and personal discipline...
Utsav gets 10/10 in the game of heads and tails and reads his father's thoughts. A snippet caught is displayed here in this video.
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The dying art of making copper and brass utensils by the Thatheras at Jandiala Guru, Amritsar, Panjab, is the first Indian traditional art to be listed under UNESCO’s List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH). Despite its exclusive listing in December 2015, this Thathera art continues to face extinction. At one time there were 500 Thatheras in Jandiala Guru. Today 30 remain. UNITED SIKHS in association with Enactus, Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Delhi University, has started a project to help revive this dying art. The history of the Thatheras can be traced back to over 200 years, when the craftsmen colony was established during the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, who encouraged skilled metal workers, to settle in his kingdom. Jandiala Guru became a bustling mandi for bras...