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2010 CalendarDate: Wednesday, 28 October, 2009

Conserving Sikh Heritage

Now Available!

Calendars will now available at no charge.  Collections can be made from our offices in Walsall or from volunteers in West London. (A Postage & Packing charge of £5 applies for calendars sent via post)

The 2010 calendar showcases the remarkable work of the Cultural Resource Conservation Initiative (CRCI). Set up in 1995 by longstanding ASHT supporter Gurmeet Rai to bring a multi disciplinary approach to heritage conservation in India, the CRCI with its expert team have worked on scores of projects throughout India.

Featuring images and details of some of the CRCI's work in Punjab including the unique Guru Ki Maseet, a mosque built by the sixth Sikh Guru, the summer Palace of Maharajah Ranjit Singh and many more, this calendar shines a light on the amazing work that is taking place today in Punjab, to preserve and restore its often disregarded material heritage to its former glory.

"Alongside the tragedy of the catastrophic disasters which the SGPC and others inflict on Sikh material heritage through their neglect and disregard there are some projects which are genuinely preserving important sites. The CRCI's work is both to be admired and commended and we are privileged to be supporting them in their endeavours" Harbinder Singh, Director ASHT

Available exclusively in the UK from ASHT.

Email or call 0845 600 1893

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