Heritage Museum At Nadda Sahib To Showcase Sikh History


1947-2014 (Archived)
PANCHKULA: The historic Gurdwara Nadda Sahib on the banks of river Ghaggar is all set to establish a museum to showcase ancient Sikh history. The museum will showcase portraits of Sikh gurus, arms used by them and their manuscripts. It will be set up in administrative block of the Gurdwara premises.

According to managerial staff of Gurdwara Nadda Sahib, the administrative block is under construction. Once it is complete, they will start working on the museum. They are making a proposal to establish the museum that would showcase ancient Sikh history. They will tie up with other gurdwaras in Punjab and Haryana to gather historical archives.

The plan for setting up of a museum in the Gurdwara will help schoolchildren as well devotees visiting the precincts on festive occasions. Gurdwara authorities are in discussions with Ludhiana and Amritsar-based gurdwaras that already have museums. Portraits of Baba Deep Singh, Master Tara Singh and Fateh Singh will form part of the archives.