Fabric of Faith: Faith in Conservation

Authors

  • Namita Jaspal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.62307/srj.v8i1.28

Keywords:

Sikh, heritage, conservation, historic textile, preservation

Abstract

This paper describes methods of cleaning, mending and display for preserving historical objects of clothing. The examples used in the paper are garments worn by the sixth Guru of the Sikhs, Hargobind Singh ji, and 18th century Sikh leader Banda Singh Bahadur.

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Published

2023-04-13

How to Cite

Jaspal, N. (2023). Fabric of Faith: Faith in Conservation. Sikh Research Journal, 8(1), 144–157. https://doi.org/10.62307/srj.v8i1.28

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