This wedding set comes from the Sikh faith. Our set includes two wedding garlands; wedding jewellery; wedding outfits for bride and groom; a turban...View full details
Upstairs in our two storey Sikh Gurdwara is the prayer area complete with dais for the Guru Granth Sahib and wooden musical instruments. Below is t...View full details
This specially selected collection of artefacts contains everything you need to talk about the 5 K's of Sikhism, with teachers' notes. It comes com...View full details
Our Sikh Boy persona doll comes complete with the five Ks. Size: H800mm.
Our useful range of Sikh Artefacts comprises plaque of Guru Nanak, Chauri, Wedding Garland, a wooden representation of the Kirpan (for safety reaso...View full details
The 5 Ks of Sikhism comprises Kesh (uncut hair) - represented in this set by a rumal which is used to cover the hair Kara (a steel bracelet) Kanga...View full details
With wood Handle.
20 A4 laminated photographs including Sikh Ceremonial dress, Kirpan, Kara, Sikh symbol, Golden temple, Granthi in Gurdwara, Chakari, Sikh weddings,...View full details
Often worn by baptised Sikhs. Colours may vary. Also available as part of our Sikh Collection of artefacts.
What do Sikhs believe? What festivals do they celebrate? This book introduces young readers to Sikhism. Suitable for 6 - 8 year olds. In hardback.
Four striking posters showing different elements of Sikhism. The set contains: The Golden Temple at Amritsar (the famous pilgrimage place for Sikh...View full details
One of the 5 K's of Sikhism, these shorts are worn for modesty. Also available as part of our Sikh Collection of artefacts.
The Sikh symbol which stands for â€œOne Godâ€. Size: H150mm.
Celebrating Sikh Festivals looks at important religious and family days in the Sikh calendar, and gets readers to take part by cooking some of the ...View full details
Plaque of The Golden Temple in Amritsar, size: 420 x 300mm.
Framed Picture of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism. Size: 420 x 300mm.
Framed Picture of Guru Gobind Singh, tenth Guru and founder of the Khalsa. Size: 420 x 300mm.
A garland that would be used to decorate a Sikh wedding celebration.
Contains the Sikh holy writings. In hardback.
One of the 5 K's of Sikhism, the Kirpan is a dagger that should only ever be used to protect oneself and never to attack. For health and safety rea...View full details
A detailed A2 poster with information about various aspects of Sikhism, including worship, festivals, artefacts, sacred text and beliefs.
A necklace featuring the Kirpan (knife), Khanda (double edged sword) and Kangha (comb) from the 5 K's of Sikhism. Also available as part of our Si...View full details
This quick and easy to use card set is a great way of helping children to learn about Sikhism. The cards depict important images about the 5 Kâ€™s,...View full details
These prayer beads are made from cotton. Also available as part of our Sikh Collection of artefacts.
One of the 5 K's of Sikhism, this is worn to protect the bow arm. Also available as part of our Sikh Collection of artefacts.
One of the 5 Ks of Sikhism, the Khanga is a comb that should be worn in the hair at all times. Also available as part of our Sikh Collection of ar...View full details