Davinder Toor is a leading figure among a new generation of Indian & Islamic art collectors and dealers. He has acted as a consultant to major private collectors, auction houses and institutions such as the British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and Wallace Collection. He currently lectures on the Arts of the Royal Sikh Courts for the Victoria & Albert Museum’s prestigious ‘Arts of Asia’ course. Objects from the Toor Collection of Sikh Art have been exhibited at major global institutions including at the Kunst halle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung (Munich), Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto), Asian Art Museum (San Francisco), Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Brunei Gallery (London). Both collection and collector were also featured on the BBC’s ‘Lost Treasures of the Sikh Kingdom’ (2014) and ‘The Stolen Maharajah: Britain's Indian Royal'(2018) documentaries. Davinder is a familiar figure in and around the galleries and auction rooms of London and New York. When not collecting Sikh art, or dealing in fine Indian & Islamic works of art, he runs his own pharmaceutical services business.