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"Punjabi: A Cultural Tapestry of India's Vibrant Punjab" Immerse yourself in the enchanting land of Punjab, where history and tradition intertwine seamlessly

Background imagePunjabi Collection: India, Punjab, Amritsar, - Golden Temple, The Harmandir Sahib, Amrit Sagar - lake

India, Punjab, Amritsar, - Golden Temple, The Harmandir Sahib, Amrit Sagar - lake of Nectar

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Maharaja Ranjit Singh, from Gallery of Historical Portraits, published c

Maharaja Ranjit Singh, from Gallery of Historical Portraits, published c
KW327822 Maharaja Ranjit Singh, from Gallery of Historical Portraits, published c.1880 (litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Punjabi illustration of a lady with a hawk

Punjabi illustration of a lady with a hawk
Illustration of a lady with a hawk for the musical mode Saveri Ragini, from Guler in the Punjab. from the V&As collection

Background imagePunjabi Collection: A close shave

A close shave: most men in Pakistan visit a barber several times each week

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Punjabi Muslims - North-west Frontier Province

Punjabi Muslims - North-west Frontier Province - an area of South Asia spanning from central Pakistan to north-western India

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Maharajah Dulip Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Maharajah Dulip Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310607 Maharajah Dulip Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Sirdar Harri Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Sirdar Harri Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310621 Sirdar Harri Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Rajah Sahib Dyal, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Rajah Sahib Dyal, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310617 Rajah Sahib Dyal, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Marharajah Sher Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Marharajah Sher Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310606 Marharajah Sher Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: His Royal Highness Prince Albert laying the Foundation-Stone of the Strangers Home

His Royal Highness Prince Albert laying the Foundation-Stone of the Strangers Home, near Limehouse Church, 1856. Founding of a building...affording all the comforts

Background imagePunjabi Collection: HH The Maharaja Duleep Singh, G.C.S.I. 1890. Creator: Unknown

HH The Maharaja Duleep Singh, G.C.S.I. 1890. Creator: Unknown
HH The Maharaja Duleep Singh, G.C.S.I. 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 42. July to December, 1890

Background imagePunjabi Collection: The Punjab - Native Troops in Camp, 1850. Creator: Unknown

The Punjab - Native Troops in Camp, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The Punjab - Native Troops in Camp, 1850. Indian men serving in the British Indian Army. From "Illustrated London News", 1850

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Diana, Princess of Wales, pictured during a visit to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital

Diana, Princess of Wales, pictured during a visit to the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital founded by Pakistani cricket star Imran Khan in Lahore

Background imagePunjabi Collection: The Churning of the Ocean of Milk, ca. 1780-90. Creator: Unknown

The Churning of the Ocean of Milk, ca. 1780-90. Creator: Unknown
The Churning of the Ocean of Milk, ca. 1780-90. At the time of the great deluge aeons ago, many treasures-- including amrita, the nectar of immortality--were lost beneath the primordial ocean

Background imagePunjabi Collection: The Timid Bride, ca. 1800. Creator: Unknown

The Timid Bride, ca. 1800. Creator: Unknown
The Timid Bride, ca. 1800

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Charge of Cavalry to Cover the Retreat of the Guns... 11th December 1879, (1901)

Charge of Cavalry to Cover the Retreat of the Guns... 11th December 1879, (1901)
Charge of Cavalry to Cover the Retreat of the Guns in the Action of 11th December 1879, (1901). British and Punjab cavalry attacked the Afghans in the Chardeh Valley, Afghanistan

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Chir Singh, Maharajah of the Sikhs and King of the Punjab with his retinue hunting near Lahore

Chir Singh, Maharajah of the Sikhs and King of the Punjab with his retinue hunting near Lahore, from Voyages in India, 1859 (litho). Voyages dans l Inde by Prince Alexis Soltykoff (1806-1859); A

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Sikh barber

Sikh barber
3788923 Sikh barber; (add.info.: Sikh barber, holding sissors and a lantern. Colourised photograph taken early 20th century. British postcard.); Lebrecht History

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Sacred Temple and Tank - Umritsir (engraving)

Sacred Temple and Tank - Umritsir (engraving)
LIT389131 Sacred Temple and Tank - Umritsir (engraving) by Carpenter, William (1818-99) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imagePunjabi Collection: The Surrender of Moolraj, illustration from Cassell

The Surrender of Moolraj, illustration from Cassell
STC394726 The Surrender of Moolraj, illustration from Cassells Illustrated History of England (engraving) by English School

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Punjabi, Baluchi and Afridi solders, British Army, c. 1905

Punjabi, Baluchi and Afridi solders, British Army, c. 1905
Punjabi, Baluchi and Afridi solders, British Army, c.1905

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Shah Ayub Shah Padishah, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Shah Ayub Shah Padishah, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310655 Shah Ayub Shah Padishah, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Nawab Synd Mohammad Khan, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Nawab Synd Mohammad Khan, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310652 Nawab Synd Mohammad Khan, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Sheikh Mohi-od-deen, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Sheikh Mohi-od-deen, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310647 Sheikh Mohi-od-deen, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Fakir Imamuddin, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Fakir Imamuddin, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310644 Fakir Imamuddin, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Colonel Dhunkal Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Colonel Dhunkal Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310643 Colonel Dhunkal Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Dewan Kidr Nath, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Dewan Kidr Nath, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310639 Dewan Kidr Nath, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Sirdar Hukm Singh (Malwai), from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Sirdar Hukm Singh (Malwai), from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310632 Sirdar Hukm Singh (Malwai), from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Sirdar Atr Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Sirdar Atr Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310630 Sirdar Atr Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Rajah Sher Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Rajah Sher Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310612 Rajah Sher Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Rajah Suchet Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Rajah Suchet Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310610 Rajah Suchet Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Sirdar Jowahir Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Sirdar Jowahir Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310634 Sirdar Jowahir Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Maharajah Nao Nihal Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Maharajah Nao Nihal Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310605 Maharajah Nao Nihal Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Hilt of the state sword of Maharaja Jagatjit Singh of Kapurthala, c

Hilt of the state sword of Maharaja Jagatjit Singh of Kapurthala, c
6322969 Hilt of the state sword of Maharaja Jagatjit Singh of Kapurthala, c.1900 (enamel, diamonds & rubies) by Mughal School; height: 22.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Ranjit Singh on his golden throne, c. 1830 (opaque w / c & gold on paper)

Ranjit Singh on his golden throne, c. 1830 (opaque w / c & gold on paper)
5863251 Ranjit Singh on his golden throne, c.1830 (opaque w/c & gold on paper) by Mussavir, Yechu (19th century); 39.2x52.5 cm; San Diego Museum of Art

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Maharajah Karak Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Maharajah Karak Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310603 Maharajah Karak Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist, c.1840 (w/c) by Indian School

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Sirdar Lehna Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Sirdar Lehna Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310623 Sirdar Lehna Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Fakir Syad Aziz-o-Deen, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Fakir Syad Aziz-o-Deen, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310619 Fakir Syad Aziz-o-Deen, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Maharani Jindan, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Maharani Jindan, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310602 Maharani Jindan, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Nawab Imam-od-dun, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Nawab Imam-od-dun, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310648 Nawab Imam-od-dun, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Pundit Jhila, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II

Pundit Jhila, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II
NAM310640 Pundit Jhila, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist, c.1840 (w/c on paper) by Indian School

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Eight days of festivities, in a Thousand and One Nights scenario, were dedicated to Punjab

Eight days of festivities, in a Thousand and One Nights scenario, were dedicated to Punjab... (colour litho)
2783606 Eight days of festivities, in a Thousand and One Nights scenario, were dedicated to Punjab... (colour litho) by Beltrame

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Nawab Pir Mohammad Khan, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Nawab Pir Mohammad Khan, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310653 Nawab Pir Mohammad Khan, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Dewan Ajodia Pershad, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Dewan Ajodia Pershad, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310638 Dewan Ajodia Pershad, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Rajah Dina Nath-Bahadur, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Rajah Dina Nath-Bahadur, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310618 Rajah Dina Nath-Bahadur, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Rajah Hira Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Rajah Hira Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310614 Rajah Hira Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist, c

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Rajah Iej Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Rajah Iej Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310613 Rajah Iej Singh, from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume I, a volume of 27 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist

Background imagePunjabi Collection: Nawab Sarfaraz Khan (Multani), from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs

Nawab Sarfaraz Khan (Multani), from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs
NAM310651 Nawab Sarfaraz Khan (Multani), from The Kingdom of the Punjab, its Rulers and Chiefs, volume II, a volume of 30 watercolour studies by an unidentified Indian artist



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"Punjabi: A Cultural Tapestry of India's Vibrant Punjab" Immerse yourself in the enchanting land of Punjab, where history and tradition intertwine seamlessly. From the bustling city of Amritsar to the serene Golden Temple, this region is a treasure trove of captivating sights and rich heritage. As you step foot into Amritsar, the heartland of Punjab, prepare to be mesmerized by its crown jewel - The Harmandir Sahib, also known as the Golden Temple. Its glistening façade reflects not only architectural brilliance but also spiritual significance that draws devotees from all corners of the world. Amidst this sacred aura lies Amrit Sagar, a tranquil lake surrounding the temple complex. Here, one can find solace amidst nature's embrace while witnessing breathtaking sunsets that paint the sky with hues of gold and crimson. Delving deeper into Punjab's past brings us face-to-face with illustrious figures like Maharaja Ranjit Singh. His portrait adorns galleries as a testament to his valorous reign over these lands. Similarly, Maharajah Dulip Singh and Maharajah Sher Singh stand tall in historical accounts as influential rulers who shaped Punjab's destiny. The Punjabi culture extends beyond royalty; it encompasses diverse communities such as Punjabi Muslims residing in North-west Frontier Province. Their presence adds another layer to this cultural tapestry, showcasing unity amidst diversity. Intriguing illustrations capture our attention too - an elegant Punjabi lady adorned with a hawk symbolizes strength and grace intertwined harmoniously within her persona. Traditional attire plays an integral role in celebrations here; witness vibrant kurtas worn at weddings that reflect both elegance and grandeur. These garments are more than just fabric; they represent centuries-old customs passed down through generations. Punjab has witnessed many chapters unfold throughout its history - from Sirdar Harri Singh leaving an indelible mark on governance to Rajah Sahib Dyal's contributions to the region's development.