The Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Museum was built in 1983 in commemoration of the third centenary of the Guru’s martyrdom. Located near the Takhat Sri Keshgarh Sahib, the museum’s architecture reflects that of the gurudwara. A large collection of paintings, narrating the tumultuous history of the Sikhs during the Guru’s time and life, is displayed here. Beautifully executed by eminent artists, these oils on canvas are a window to the struggles and sacrifices made by valiant Sikhs. Visitors to the museum will also be able to view a few paintings of Guru Gobind Singh. Particularly of note are those by Kirpal Singh; one, depicting the Guru training his soldiers in the art of warfare, and another, administering amrit to the panj pyaras.