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|Place of origin||Punjab|
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There are preserved chola relics and artefacts that were worn by the Sikh Gurus. A particular Khilka-type Chola believed to have belonged to Guru Nanak has garnered considerable attention and study. A preserved chola of Guru Hargobind linked to the tale of his release from Gwalior Fort with fifty-two fellow prisoners is believed to be preserved at Ghudani Kalan village in Amritsar district of Punjab, India.
19th century painting depicting Guru Nanak wearing robe with Perso-Arabic inscriptions
Historical painting of Guru Hargobind dressed in chola
Historical painting of Guru Gobind Singh dressed in chola
Chola of Guru Gobind Singh.
Clothing relics of Guru Gobind Singh kept by Bhai Behlo's descendants
Depiction of Bhai Alam Singh 'Nachna' (died 1705), a close companion of Guru Gobind Singh, wearing chola
Circa 1750 painting of Guru Hargobind (also identified as Guru Har Rai) and an attendant wearing chola
Painting of Maharaja Ranjeet Singh standing wearing chola
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- Sikh Chola Images
- Chola Definition by About.com
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