Adding one more feather to the cap of ‘Centenary year celebrations’, Sant Teja Singh Library and Guru Gobind Singh Study Circle (College Unit) of Gujranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Ludhiana organised an exhibition in collaboration with Akal Sahai Museum. The manuscripts of Ramayana, Bhagwat Gita written in Gurmukhi, manuscripts of Hinduism, Sikhism, Islam and also a handwritten Quran were being displayed. The traditional weapons were those used during Anglo Sikh War and also in the battles against Mughals. The coins which were exhibited cover a long span from 600 BC to date.The Chief Guest Pritpal Singh, President, Gurudwara Dukh Niwaran Sahib inaugurated the exhibition. Principal Dr Arvinder Singh extended a heartfelt and warm welcome to the guests. The event witnessed the exhibition of ancient handwritten manuscripts, ancient coins, traditional weapons and other precious valuable things related to Sikh history.
The management committee Gursharan Singh Narula, President and Former VC of GNDU who is also General Secretary, Gujranwala Khalsa Educational Council Dr SP Singh and members of Management Committee Bhagwant Singh and Hardeep Singh graced the occasion with their benign presence.Dr S P Singh` shared his valuable views on the need of the hour to have more and more such exhibitions related to Sikh history so that the young generation which has been deviated from the path of divinity should learn and know about their rich heritage. Principal Dr Arvinder Singh said that event marked a significant landmark to celebrate Sikh History through this kind of Exhibitions.
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