The Tribune Spectrum
Sunday, March 19, 2000

Guru Nanak dressed in an inscribed robe Portrayal of piety and splendour

As a part of the tercentenary celebrations of the birth of the Khalsa, the National Museum, New Delhi, has mounted a major exhibition, Piety and Splendour: Sikh Heritage In Art. Conceived and guest-curated by Prof B.N. Goswamy, the exhibition is among the most prestigious events that the museum has ever organised.

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