Sikhism

Primary school learning resources to support the teaching of Sikhism.

This collection is designed to promote the understanding of the significance of religious artefacts in worship, ceremony, rites of passage and family life.

The artefacts in the Sikhism box have been imported from the Punjab, a state in northern India which is the heart of the Sikh religion.

Description

Contents of the Sikhism Box –

  • Murti Statue of Guru Nanak
  • Murti plaque of Guru Gobind Singh on Horseback
  • Extracts from the Guru Granth Sahib
  • Romalla – Cover for the Guru Granth Sahib
  • Chauri – for keeping the air moving over the Guru Granth Sahib
  • Brass Ek Oncar – a symbol meaning ‘There is only one God’
  • Brass Khanda – a symbol of the Sikh faith
  • Kanga (comb)
  • Kara (steel bangle)
  • Kirpan (Sword – laminated picture only)
  • Kaccha (loose shorts)
  • Turban length (Kesh)
  • Patka – head covering for young men before a turban
  • Poster – Sikh Gurdwara
  • Cloth wall hanging of the Sikh Golden Temple at Amritsar
  • Sikh Wedding Garland
  • Sikh Flag
  • Explanatory Notes and Information pages – on usb memory stick / Notes and information pages provided with the collections are gratis and do not form any part of the sale.

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£175.00 + VAT

*We cannot guarantee that every item listed will be included in the box as some items are subject to availability. Where this is the case we will substitute the unavailable item with a suitable replacement