Gurdwara Domes and Sikh Sculptures Installed at Mukerian (Punjab)

Rana Handicrafts International, a renowned manufacturers of Silicon Fiber Products since 1964, has successfully manufactured and installed a remarkable project featuring 12 Feet Diameter Fiberglass Gurdwara Sahib dome along with four smaller-sized Palki Mounted Domes on four sides of Gurdwara Sahib Roof at Mukerian (Punjab). This exquisite endeavor showcases the company’s expertise in creating exceptional and visually captivating structures.

You can see below how our installation of Domes and Cultural Khalsa Sculptures changed the look of Gurdwara Sahib. 

Before After Installation of Domes and Khalsa Sculptures
Before / After Installation of Domes and Khalsa Sculptures

The centerpiece of the project is a 12 Feet Diameter Golden Coloured Fiberglass Dome, which stand tall and majestic, captivating the attention of all who behold them. Crafted with precision and attention to intricate details, these domes serve as a testament to Rana Handicrafts International’s commitment to delivering high-quality craftsmanship.

The Silicon Fiber material utilized along with MS Frame Structure in the construction of these domes offers several advantages, including durability, lightweight nature, and the ability to withstand various environmental conditions. These characteristics make the domes ideal for long-lasting installations, ensuring that they will maintain their pristine beauty for years to come.

In addition to the impressive 12 feet diameter dome, the project also incorporates four side domes of smaller size. These side domes complement the larger central structures, adding a touch of elegance and enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal of the installation. Each of these smaller domes has been meticulously designed and carefully positioned to create a harmonious visual composition.

Rana Handicrafts International’s expertise in manufacturing and installing high quality fiberglass domes is showcased through various Gurdwara Sahib Projects undertaken and commissioned in India and overseas. The team of skilled artisans and craftsmen employed their years of experience and talent to bring this vision to life. From the initial design phase to the final installation, every step was executed with utmost precision and dedication, ensuring the highest level of quality.

The project at Mukerian (Punjab) also serves as a testament to Rana Handicrafts International’s commitment to innovation and excellence in the field of artistic fiberglass fabrication. By combining traditional craftsmanship with modern materials and techniques, the company has created a unique and awe-inspiring installation that stands as a symbol of architectural beauty and artistic mastery.

We believe that this project will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression on all who have the privilege to witness it, further establishing Rana Handicrafts International as a leaders in the Silicon Fiber Glass Fabrication industry.


We also manufactured two magnificent 7 feet tall Khalsa Sculptures (Bhai Garja Singh Ji & Bhai Bota Singh Ji) made from fiberglass. These Khalsa sculptures created by Rana Handicrafts International stand as a testament to the rich heritage and cultural significance of the Khalsa community. With meticulous attention to detail, the artisans at Rana Handicrafts International have faithfully captured the essence and spirit of the Khalsa tradition in these magnificent artworks.

Using fiberglass as the medium for sculpting these pieces offers several advantages. Fiberglass is a versatile material known for its durability, strength, and ability to replicate intricate details. This makes it an ideal choice for creating sculptures that require precision and longevity. The use of fiberglass ensures that these Khalsa sculptures will endure the test of time, preserving their beauty for generations to come.

Rana Handicrafts International takes great pride in their skilled craftsmen who possess a deep understanding of the art form. Through their craftsmanship and expertise, they have breathed life into the sculptures, capturing the distinctive features and symbolism associated with the Khalsa tradition. Each sculpture is a labor of love, meticulously crafted to portray the strength, nobility, and devotion that define the Khalsa identity.

These 7 feet tall Khalsa sculptures not only serve as artistic masterpieces but also as powerful symbols of cultural heritage. They pay homage to the rich history and traditions of the Khalsa community, evoking a sense of pride and reverence among those who encounter them.

Statue of Garja Singh Bota Singh
Fiberglass Sculptures of Garja Singh Bota Singh
Garja Singh Bota Singh Statues
Fiberglass Statues of Garja Singh and Bota Singh


Bhai Garja Singh Ji and Bhai Bota Singh Ji were two prominent Sikh warriors who played a significant role in the history of Punjab during the late 18th century. They are often remembered for their courage, sacrifice, and unwavering commitment to Sikh principles.

Garja Singh Ji and Bota Singh Ji were born in the village of Patti in present-day Punjab, India. They came from humble backgrounds and were deeply inspired by the teachings of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs, who had established the Khalsa Panth—a brotherhood of dedicated Sikh warriors.

During that time, Punjab was under the rule of the Mughal Empire, which imposed numerous oppressive policies on the Sikh community. The Sikh faith, with its emphasis on equality, justice, and resistance against tyranny, inspired Garja Singh Ji and Bota Singh Ji to rise against the oppressive regime.

Garja Singh Ji and Bota Singh Ji became leaders of a band of Sikh warriors and initiated various acts of resistance against the Mughal authorities. They targeted tax collectors and officials who were known for their corruption and exploitation of the common people.

One of their most renowned acts of bravery was the looting of the treasury of Sirhind, a prominent Mughal city. Garja Singh Ji and Bota Singh Ji, along with their fellow warriors, planned a daring raid and successfully infiltrated the city. They managed to seize a substantial amount of wealth and distributed it among the poor and needy, symbolizing their commitment to social justice.

The Mughal authorities were furious and launched a massive manhunt to capture Garja Singh Ji and Bota Singh Ji. Despite the danger, the Sikh warriors continued their resistance activities, challenging the oppressive regime at every turn. Their actions inspired many others to join the cause and stand up against tyranny.

However, their fight for justice and freedom eventually led to their capture. Garja Singh Ji and Bota Singh Ji were arrested and brought before the Mughal authorities, who subjected them to severe torture and humiliation in an attempt to break their spirit.

Even in the face of unimaginable suffering, Garja Singh Ji and Bota Singh Ji remained steadfast in their faith and refused to renounce their Sikh identity. They embraced martyrdom with courage and dignity, becoming symbols of Sikh resistance against oppression.

The sacrifices of Garja Singh Ji and Bota Singh Ji had a profound impact on the Sikh community and their struggle for freedom. They exemplified the principles of Sikhism, including bravery, compassion, and the pursuit of justice. Their legacy continues to inspire generations of Sikhs and serves as a reminder of the importance of standing up against injustice.

Today, Garja Singh Ji and Bota Singh Ji are remembered as iconic figures in Sikh history. Their names are etched in the hearts of Sikhs worldwide, symbolizing the indomitable spirit of the Khalsa and the unwavering commitment to upholding righteousness.


  1. Design and Planning: Begin by developing a concept a sculpture. We sketch out the design and plan the dimensions and proportions. Consider the size, shape, and any intricate details you want to incorporate.
  2. Armature Construction: Build a supporting structure, known as an armature, to provide stability and shape to the sculpture. It can be made from materials such as metal wire, MS Framing or foam. The armature should match the intended shape and size of the final sculpture.
  3. Sculpting the Form: Apply a sculpting material, such as clay or foam, onto the armature to create the basic shape and form of the sculpture. Use sculpting tools to refine the details and achieve the desired texture and surface quality.
  4. Mold Making: Once the sculpting is complete, create a mold of the sculpture. The mold will be used to produce multiple copies of the sculpture in fiberglass. There are different types of molds, such as one-piece molds or multi-piece molds, depending on the complexity of the sculpture.
  5. Mold Preparation: Prepare the mold for the fiberglass application. Apply a mold release agent to ensure the fiberglass doesn’t stick to the mold surface. The mold release can be a wax, silicone spray, or other suitable materials.
    Fabrication of Fiberglass Dome
    Fabrication of Fiberglass Dome
  6. Fiberglass Application: Cut fiberglass mat or cloth into manageable pieces. Mix a batch of fiberglass resin according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Apply a layer of resin onto the mold surface using a brush or roller. Place the fiberglass mat or cloth onto the wet resin and saturate it with more resin, ensuring complete coverage and removal of air bubbles. Repeat this process, adding additional layers for strength and thickness as needed.
  7. Curing: Allow the fiberglass to cure and harden. The curing time will depend on the specific resin used and the environmental conditions. Follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer to ensure proper curing.
  8. Demolding and Finishing: Once the fiberglass has cured, carefully remove the sculpture from the mold. Trim any excess fiberglass and sand the surface to achieve a smooth finish. Repair any imperfections or air bubbles with additional layers of resin and fiberglass.
  9. Detailing and Painting: Add any desired details or surface texture to the sculpture using additional sculpting materials or paints. Use appropriate paints or coatings to achieve the desired color and finish. Apply a clear protective coating to enhance durability and weather resistance, if necessary.

We have installed various Gurdwara Sahib Domes, Sculptures and Palki Sahib at Various Gurdwara Sahib in India and Overseas. We have installed Gurdwara Sahib Domes, Palki Sahib, Sculptures in Patiala, Bathinda, Ahmadabad, Manikaran, Paonta Sahib, Kullu, Jammu, Jalandhar, Amritsar, Faridabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Orrisa, Bangalore, Tamil Nadu, Mohali, Chandigarh, Panchkula, Ropar, Gobindgarh. We have also exported to USA, Canada, England, Germany, Italy, Malaysia, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Oman, Russia, Thailand, Singapore, Fiji Islands, and more.


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