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Went to someone's a house a few months ago and they had an amazing, high-quality figurine on a plinth (not a toy) of Baba Deep Singh in blue baana, holding their khanda in a battle stance. The guy said he got it from Anandpur Sahib. The detail and the craftsmanship was out of this world.

It was very similar to this:

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1 hour ago, MisterrSingh said:

Went to someone's a house a few months ago and they had an amazing, high-quality figurine on a plinth (not a toy) of Baba Deep Singh in blue baana, holding their khanda in a battle stance. The guy said he got it from Anandpur Sahib. The detail and the craftsmanship was out of this world.

It was very similar to this:

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My guess it was made in China? 

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2 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Went to someone's a house a few months ago and they had an amazing, high-quality figurine on a plinth (not a toy) of Baba Deep Singh in blue baana, holding their khanda in a battle stance. The guy said he got it from Anandpur Sahib. The detail and the craftsmanship was out of this world.

It was very similar to this:

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I would love to see that. I bought the Taran3D statue of Garja Singh 5 years ago, a bit overpriced at £150 but I guess its expected as they sell so few. The toy above would cost £5 - £10 for a comparable mainstream action figure.

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1 hour ago, ChardikalaUK said:

I would love to see that. I bought the Taran3D statue of Garja Singh 5 years ago, a bit overpriced at £150 but I guess its expected as they sell so few. The toy above would cost £5 - £10 for a comparable mainstream action figure.

I should've taken a picture, lol. It was such a brilliant figure.

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11 hours ago, Not2Cool2Argue said:

Yeah a family member had it shipped from UK. Yes there is a Tegh Kaur in the works. 

But someone was saying that we should have Sikh figures as nurses, doctors, fire fighters...but I don't know if that's a good idea. We don't want Sikh ppl to identify only with worldly success and consider some jobs as better...it just deeply cements the panjabi sociopathic capitalism...but it is hard for kids to relate to these warrior types when all Sikhs they know aren't ones. Then again superheroes aren't relatable either...

Yeah, typical of self-hating Sikhs to kvetch and squirm about our martial heritage at a time when we proudly stood on our own.  Instead, let's glorify being nameless cogs in the Western apparatus that looks at us sideways while glorifying their preferred pet minorities. Nothing wrong with worldly jobs at all, but it's hardly something to get little kids inspired about their history.

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12 hours ago, Not2Cool2Argue said:

Yeah a family member had it shipped from UK. Yes there is a Tegh Kaur in the works. 

But someone was saying that we should have Sikh figures as nurses, doctors, fire fighters...but I don't know if that's a good idea. We don't want Sikh ppl to identify only with worldly success and consider some jobs as better...it just deeply cements the panjabi sociopathic capitalism...but it is hard for kids to relate to these warrior types when all Sikhs they know aren't ones. Then again superheroes aren't relatable either...

Those toys of regular jobs aren't profitable from a purely business perspective. When have western toys been relatable to bache?

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