SIKHS and Hindus have helped to put on an exotic show at a museum.
Tolson Museum at Moldgreen celebrated a major Indian festival, Vaisakhi, by holding a special exhibition.
Vaisakhi is one of the holiest days in the Sikh calendar and celebrates the birth of the Sikh religion.
Hindus also celebrate it, but as a harvest festival.
On Sunday the museum invited local Sikhs and Hindus to bring personal items to the exhibition, which reflected aspects of their faith and culture.
A collection of items from Kirklees Community History Service was also on show.
As well as display items, the exhibition featured Punjabi writing classes and craft activities for children.
But the star of the event was the Indian violinist Kamalbir Singh.
Mr Singh - who performed a range of traditional Indian music - flew into Britain for the event fresh from a performance in Switzerland.
He has performed regularly, on TV, radio and with artists including David Essex and 1990s indie band Kula Shaker.