The House of Nanak

Davinder Toor traces the earliest artistic expressions of the founder of the Sikh way through objects in his own collection and those of museums around the world.

Davinder Toor

Davinder Toor is a leading figure among a new generation of Sikh art collectors. Objects from the Toor Collection have been exhibited at major global institutions. He has acted as a consultant to major private collectors, auction houses and institutions such as the British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and Wallace Collection. 'In Pursuit of Empire: Treasures from the Toor Collection of Sikh Art' showcases the remarkable story of the Sikh Empire told through a spectacular selection of over 100 rare and beautiful objects from the world's finest collection of Sikh art.
Having carefully curated the world's most important private collection of Sikh art, arms and armour, Davinder Toor joins the UKPHA Book Club. The epic 16th-century voyages of Guru Nanak took him across continents to spread his message of Oneness. Davinder Toor traces the earliest artistic expressions of the founder of the Sikh religion through objects in his own collection and those of museums around the world.
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