Indian Arts and Culture Sikhism Top DVD Animated Movies About Sikh History By Vismaad Films Sikh History DVD Animated Movies by Vismaad Films Share Flipboard Email Print Sikhism Life and Culture Origins Sacred Scriptures Baby Names By Sukhmandir Khalsa Sikhism Expert Sukhmandir Kaur is a Sikh author, educator, and the president of Dharam Khand Sikh Academy. our editorial process Sukhmandir Khalsa Updated April 26, 2019 Vismaad Films is the maker of top DVD animated movies featuring fascinating factual and fictional heroes of Sikh history. Inspirational characters come to life in charming animation which acts as a portal to transport the viewer back through time. Listen to the sublime sound of devotional kirtan as history unfolds. Watch and witness the sacrifice of saintly Sikh soldiers standing steadfast in their struggle against the tyrannical rule of Mughal overlords who ravish the people of rural Punjab. Experience Sikh history in unforgettable animation with these top DVD animated movies by Vismaad. 35 Akhar Animated Movie DVD 35 Akhar Animated Movie DVD. Photo © [Vismaad / Sikh DVD] The DVD 35 Akhar by Vismaad is an animated movie featuring the Gurmukhi alphabet. A young boy, Fateh Singh, has a series of adventures in which he and his companions repeat the Punjabi words and Gurmukhi letters of objects encountered accompanied by their starting letter. The Gurmukhi akhar, or alphabet, in Sikh scripture is identical to Punjabi alphabet featured in this animated film. For ages 3 and up, however, my granddaughter first watched this just prior to her second birthday and loved it. It's never too soon to expose little ones to learning! Punjabi language or Hybrid English interspersed with Punjabi.Cost is USD $6.00, India Rs. 75 + S&H.The DVD is 18 minutes in length. Bhai Taru Singh Animated Movie DVD by Vismaad Bhai Taru Singh Animated Movie DVD. Photo © [Vismaad / Sikh DVD] Bhai Taru Singh True Saint Fearless Soldier animated movie by Vismaad features the true life story of historic martyr 24-year-old saint soldier Bhai Taru Singh's supreme sacrifice on behalf of innocent 16-year-old Salma. When threatened by Mughal rulers, Bhai Taru refuses to give up his faith, or cut his hair. Imagine the masala of flavors when Bollywood theatrics meets Disney animation meets Sikhi values. Infused with the humility of humanitarian Guru Nanak, steeped with the selfless sentiment of Guru Teg Bahadur and spiced with the martial spirit of Guru Gobind Singh, Bhai Taru Singh, dishes up a sublime relish for the spiritual palate. Punjabi language with English subtitles.Cost is $10.00, India Rs. 125 + S&H.DVD is 90 minutes. Sahibzadey Animated Movie DVD Sahibzadey Animated Movie DVD. Photo © [Vismaad / Sikh DVD] Sahibzadey A Saga of Valor and Sacrifice animated movie by Vismaad features the beloved young sons of Guru Gobind Singh. This stirring tale depicts the true life martyrdom of Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh, along with their grandmother Mata Gurjri at the hands of Mughals. The story line of the film draws from the SGPC illustrated story book Nikkian Jindan Vadhaa Saka. Punjabi and English languages with English Subtitles.Cost is USD $10, India Rs. 125 + S&H.DVD is 50 minutes. Sundri The Brave Kaur Animated Movie DVD Sundri The Brave Kaur Animated Movie DVD. Photo © [Vismaad / Sikh DVD] Sundri the Brave Kaur animated movie by Vismaad based on the book Sundri by Bhai Vir Singh, tells the story of fictional character Sundri Kaur captured on her wedding day by Mughal soldiers. Very real historic happenings are brought to life in this animated portrayal featuring the abduction of Surasti who is forsaken by her Hindu family, rescued by Sikhs, treated as the sister of Singhs, and baptized into the order of Khalsa as Sundri Kaur. Punjabi or Hindi language with English subtitles.Cost is $10.00, India Rs. 125 + S&H.DVD is 80 minutes. The Rise of Khalsa (Banda Singh Bahadar) Animated Movie DVD Banda Bahadar Rise of The Khalsa Animated Movie DVD. Photo © [Vismaad / Sikh DVD] The Rise of Khalsa (Banda Singh Bahadar) animated movie by Vismaad showcases illustrious soldier saint Banda Singh and the true story of his battle against tyrannical Mughal rule. With the order and blessing of Guru Gobind Singh, the courageous Banda Singh establishes and empowers a sovereign Khalsa nation. Sequel to SahibizadeyPunjabi language with English subtitles.Cost is USD $10.00, India Rs. 125 + S&H.DVD is 60 minutes.