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Date From: 23/8/2014 to 23/8/2014
Summary: A GUIDED DAY TRIP TO THE BATTLEFIELDS OF NORTHERN EUROPE Organised in conjunction with Anglia Battlefield Tours, this trip will take you on a journey exploring the contribution made by Sikh soldiers during the Great War * Experienced guides offer a unique insight into the Indian Army's outstanding contribution to the battles of World War 1 * Visit the preserved trenches at Bayernwald and learn how Sikh forces arrived in Europe unprepared for winter combat * Visit the battlefields around Neuve Chapelle where Sikh Regiments were involved in heavy fighting * After visiting the spectacular Indian Memorial, head to the town of Ypres to sample some of Belgium's famous chocolates and wonder the streets around the fabulous main square * The tour culminates at the Menin Gate, with the ‘Last Post' ceremony, commemorating those who sacrificed their lives in the defence of others Departures: Birmingham, Royal Leamington Spa, Beconsfield and Maidstone Services Cost:£90 per person BOOK NOW!Price includes travel and tour guide only...
Date From: 24/9/2013 to 17/11/2013
Summary: A British Museum Tour Exhibition in Gallery 3 Unravel the stories of the Sikh turban and discover how and why turbans symbolise Sikh faith and identity...
Date From: 17/9/2013 to 17/9/2013
Summary:   Tne Continuing Legacy of Maharajah Duleep Singh "The complex and strange life of Dalip Singh, almost theatrical in the way that it subdivides into different scenes and acts, compresses into the life of asingle individual all the tensions and Violence brought about by the Clash of two great cultures...
Date From: 26/1/2013 to 28/4/2013
Summary: This magnificent ‘fortress turban' is to go on display at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery in the New Year, giving visitors a rare chance to explore the story of the Sikh Turban; a distinctive symbol of Sikh faith and history...
Date From: 12/9/2012 to 12/9/2012
Summary: Heritage Shared 2012 Hear a talk recounting the Battle of Saragarhi & re-live the bravery & courage displayed in this epic encounter...
Date From: 12/9/2012 to 12/9/2012
Summary: Heritage Shared 2012 Fought in the barren and hostile terrain of the North West frontier on 12th September 1897, the battle of Saragarhi saw 21 Sikh soldiers valiantly fight & die defending their post against insurmountable odds...
Date From: 12/9/2012 to 16/9/2012
Summary: Heritage Shared 2012 As part of ASHT's Saragarhi: Tradition Never Dies campaign there will be events at locations across the country...
Date From: 9/9/2012 to 9/9/2012
Summary: Heritage Shared 2012 Family day celebrating Aston Hall's links with India.  See the Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail display, meet people from the past, and try new foods, crafts and activities...
Date From: 8/9/2012 to 8/9/2012
Summary: Heritage Shared 2012 Part of Big Thetford Day Out -A day of activities including the chance to handle household objects from Elveden Hall the former home of Maharajah Duleep Singh...
Date From: 6/9/2012 to 6/9/2012
Summary: Heritage Shared 2012 The tragedy of the demise of the Sikh kingdom is depicted no more poignantly than in the graveyard at Kenmore in the Scottish Highlands...
Date From: 3/9/2012 to 3/9/2012
Summary: Heritage Shared 2012 Intrepid traveller, explorer & author IJ Singh presents an illustrated lecture on the breathtaking geographical vista immortalised in the words of Guru Gobind Singh ji "Hemkund partbat heh jaha...
Date From: 2/9/2012 to 2/9/2012
Summary: Heritage Shared 2012 A wonderful family day out featuring LIVE Dharmik Music By: Gupsy Aujla|Money Spinner| Kaka Mohanwalia| Saini Surinder | Dev Dhillon| Immortal Productions| & much more! The mela features the Maharajah Duleep Singh: Sovereign, Squire & Rebel Exhibition which depicts the tragic story of the last Maharajah of the Sikh Empire...
Date From: 15/7/2012 to 15/8/2012
Summary: This exhibition part of 'Saint-Tropez celebrates India' highlights the connection between the Province of Saint-Tropez and India...
Date From: 30/4/2012 to 30/4/2012
Summary: Touring Multi-media exhibition Exhibition screening and talk: Monday 30th April, 6.30pm at the Nehru Centre, 8 South Audley Street, London W1K 1HF ( 10 mins walk from Green Park stn ) Speakers: Shrabani Basu , author of Victoria & Abdul , and Harbinder Singh Rana , Honorary Director, ASHT...
Date From: 3/12/2011 to 3/12/2011
Summary: The pages of history bear testimony to how Punjab - from the Khyber Pass to Lahore, Anandpur, Delhi, and beyond - has echoed with the sounds of the hooves of galloping Sikh saint-soldiers...
Date From: 10/11/2011 to 10/11/2011
Summary: At the age of five years, Duleep Singh found himself on the golden throne of the Punjab, one of the most powerful independent kingdoms in India and a thorn in the advancement of the British Empire...
Date From: 1/10/2011 to 1/10/2011
Summary: The Maharajah and the Kohinoor play produced by the Zeroseefr Theatre Company  tells the tragic tale of the last Maharajah of Lahore, Duleep Singh...
Date From: 28/9/2011 to 29/9/2011
Summary: ASHT Heritage Shared 2011 Photographer and writer Tim Smith will give an illustrated talk about the ‘The Grand Trunk Road - From Delhi to the Khyber Pass', his most recent book which was published in early 2011...
Date From: 24/9/2011 to 24/9/2011
Summary: ASHT Heritage Shared 2011 Visit the museum & discover the link between the Ancient House & the last Maharajah of Lahore, Duleep Singh...
Date From: 24/9/2011 to 24/9/2011
Summary: ASHT Heritage Shared 2011 The Herbert has developed a significant and unique archive relating to South Asian life in Britain...
Date From: 18/9/2011 to 18/9/2011
Summary: ASHT Heritage Shared 2011 This short documentary film reveals the turmoil, murder, mayhem and diplomatic intrigue surrounding, Maharani Jindan Kaur, wife of one Maharajah and mother of another...
Date From: 11/9/2011 to 11/9/2011
Summary: ASHT Heritage Shared 2011 Fought in the barren and hostile terrain of the North West frontier on 12th September 1897, the battle of Saragarhi, in which 21 Sikh soldiers valiantly fought and died defending their post against insurmountable odds, is alarmingly neglected in the pages of modern history...
Date From: 10/9/2011 to 10/9/2011
Summary: ASHT Heritage Shared 2011 A drop-in family workshop giving participants the opportunity to celebrate Heritage Shared Month at the Wallace Collection and examine such objects as the sword of Maharajah Ranjit Singh...
Date From: 8/9/2011 to 8/9/2011
Summary: ASHT Heritage Shared 2011 Newcastle born Anglican missionary and contemporary of Gandhi, Rev C.F Andrews, described as the "conscience of the British Raj", witnessed some of the most significant defining moments of India's campaign for independence...
Date From: 4/9/2011 to 4/9/2011
Summary: ASHT Heritage Shared 2011 Explore this magnificent castle in the dramatic setting of the breathtaking Malvern Hills surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake...
Date From: 27/8/2011 to 27/8/2011
Summary: A GUIDED DAY TRIP TO THE BATTLEFIELDS OF NORTHERN EUROPE Organised in conjunction with Anglia Battlefield Tours, this trip will take you on a journey exploring the contribution made by Sikh soldiers during the Great War * Experienced guides offer a unique insight into the Indian Army's outstanding contribution to the    battles of World War 1 * Visit the preserved trenches at Bayernwald and learn how Sikh forces arrived in Europe unprepared for winter combat * Visit the battlefields around Neuve Chapelle where Sikh Regiments were involved in heavy fighting * After visiting the spectacular Indian Memorial, head to the town of Ypres to sample some of Belgium's famous chocolates and wonder the streets around the fabulous main square * The tour culminates at the Menin Gate, with the ‘Last Post' ceremony, commemorating those who sacrificed their lives in the defence of others Departures: Hounslow 5:00am,  Maidstone Services M20/J8 6:45am Cost: £90per person...
Date From: 14/7/2011 to 25/9/2011
Summary: 'The Golden Temple of Amritsar: Reflections of the Past' will be the first major exhibition on one of the world's most beautiful and iconic buildings, one which is both the epicentre of the Sikh faith and a place of pilgrimage for followers of other traditions...
Date From: 12/6/2011 to 12/6/2011
Summary: The Chattri Memorial, the only one of its kind in Britain, is built on the exact spot where 53 Hindu and Sikh soldiers who died in Brighton were cremated...
Date From: 30/4/2011 to 30/4/2011
Summary: After a successful tour in 2010 around schools & venues in the UK,   Zeroculture and The Drum bring you this family theatre production from 13th April 2011 - 31st  Oct 2011! PUBLIC PERFORMANCE DATES Saturday 30th April 2011 6:30pm Woodville Halls, Gravesend, DA12 1DD Tickets: £5 each, available from:Amarjit Singh Kalsi 07860 348855Surinder Singh Dhinsa 07789 212235Rifet Karim 07973 110252Jagdev Singh Virdee 07798 733637 www...
Date From: 18/3/2011 to 18/3/2011
Summary: Public Lecture by Nadhra Shahbaz Naeem Khan (SOAS Charles Wallace Fellow 2011-12) Maharaja Ranjit Singh's Samadhi was commenced by his eldest son Kharak Singh after his death in 1839 but completed by the British after annexation of the Punjab...
Date From: 14/3/2011 to 14/3/2011
Summary: March 14th marks this years Commonwealth Day when there will be a special commemoration ceremony at the Memorial Gates in London...
Date From: 26/2/2011 to 26/2/2011
Summary: Lecture A wonderful opportunity to listen to the fascinating story of Maharaja Dalip Singh of the Punjab (1838 – 1893) and Princess Victoria Gowramma of Coorg (1841 – 1864), favourites of Queen Victoria – an illustrated tale told by Dr Nima Poovaya-Smith...
Date From: 23/2/2011 to 23/2/2011
Summary: Seminar by Nadhra Shahbaz Naeem Khan (SOAS Charles Wallace Pakistan Fellow 2011-12) Maharaja Ranjit Singh's Samadh built after his death in 1839, displays important architectural features that connect it to a long tradition of funerary monuments of the subcontinent...
Date From: 17/2/2011 to 17/4/2011
Summary: This magnificent turban on display in Room 3 of the British Museum is a rare example of a distinct type known as a dastaar boonga, literally meaning a ‘towering fortress'...
Date From: 17/2/2011 to 17/2/2011
Summary: A short film by Michael Singh The Rebel Queen reveals the turmoil, murder, mayhem and diplomatic intrigue surrounding, Maharani Jindan Kaur, wife of one Maharajah and mother of another...
Date From: 29/11/2010 to 29/11/2010
Summary: Illustrated Talk For centuries the Sikh soldier has been associated with the infamous Quoit (chakkar) which even today adorns the turbans of the Sikh regiments...
Date From: 18/11/2010 to 18/11/2010
Summary: Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail & Zeroseefr in co-production with The Drum After a successful spring tour around schools and venues in the UK this family theatre production    is NOW TOURING until December! PUBLIC PERFORMANCE DATES Wednesday 27th October 4pm & 7:30pm Bath Place Community Venture, Leamington Spa CV31 3PR For tickets call 01926 338 421 Thursday 28th October 7:30pm Cockpit Theatre, London NW8 8EH For tickets visit www...
Date From: 18/10/2010 to 18/10/2010
Summary: Sikh scholar Harisimran Singh will examine the origins of the Sikh martial tradition and focus on the life and martyrdom of one of the most revered and iconic heroes of Sikh history - Baba Deep Singh...
Date From: 6/10/2010 to 6/10/2010
Summary: September 7th to 30th ASHT presents a unique season of lectures, workshops and exhibitions serving to inspire, inform and entertain...
Date From: 30/9/2010 to 30/9/2010
Summary: Heritage Shared 2010 The Royal Engineers Museum invites you to a unique experience.  On display for one night only will be the set of Sikh armour, linked to Duleep Singh and Lord Dalhousie...
Date From: 29/9/2010 to 29/9/2010
Summary: Heritage Shared 2010 The daughter of a Royal Palace kennel keeper, Jindan Kaur rose to become a Maharani & the most powerful woman in the Sikh Kingdom...
Date From: 25/9/2010 to 25/9/2010
Summary: Heritage Shared 2010 Explore the Maharajah: Sovereign, Squire, Rebel exhibition, dedicated to the last King of the Sikhs Duleep Singh, which includes many personal items such as the pearl necklace of his mother Jindan Kaur...
Date From: 25/9/2010 to 25/9/2010
Summary: Heritage Shared 2010 From 1914 to 1916 the Royal Pavilion was offered for use as a hospital for troops from the Indian Corps wounded on the Western Front in France and Flanders during World War 1...
Date From: 23/9/2010 to 23/9/2010
Summary: Heritage Shared 2010 Although a controversial figure in terms of Anglo-Sikh history very little is known of Udham Singh...
Date From: 22/9/2010 to 22/9/2010
Summary: Heritage Shared 2010 In the early 19th century British superiority over India was temporarily impeded by Maharajah Ranjit Singh...
Date From: 18/9/2010 to 18/9/2010
Summary: Heritage Shared 2010 Celebrate Anglo-Sikh Heritage at the Wallace Collection and examine such objects as the sword of Maharajah Ranjit Singh...
Date From: 16/9/2010 to 16/9/2010
Summary: Heritage Shared 2010 From the muddy trench warfare of Northern Europe during WW1 to the steamy jungles of Burma in WW2, Sikh regiments were at the forefront of many crucial military actions...
Date From: 12/9/2010 to 12/9/2010
Summary: Heritage Shared 2010 Explore this magnificent castle & join a local armour expert for an insight into the castle's collection, which include Sikh arms & armour from the Anglo Sikh wars...
Date From: 11/9/2010 to 26/9/2010
Summary: Launched in Malaysia in 2007 this photographic exhibition offers a rare glimpse into Sikh military contributions all over the world from the late 18th century onwards...
Date From: 11/9/2010 to 11/9/2010
Summary: Heritage Shared 2010 Join storyteller Seema Anand for this children's session which captures the fascinating journey of Maharajah Ranjit Singh known as the 'Lion of Punjab'...
Date From: 7/9/2010 to 7/9/2010
Summary: Heritage Shared 2010 This opening event of Heritage Shared month sees military historian & author Amarpal Singh Sidhu in conversation about his groundbreaking new book ‘The First Anglo Sikh War’...
Date From: 19/6/2010 to 11/6/2011
Summary: This long awaited exhibition opens for a year at Ancient House Museum in Thetford, with many unseen objects including the Pearl necklace of Rani Jindan, a Portrait of Duleep Singh by George Beechey, Duleep Singh's velvet jacket, Maharani Bamba's Vanity case, Prince Frederick's military uniform, and much more...
Date From: 17/6/2010 to 17/6/2010
Summary: Political Response to Imperial Hegemony In 1710, Banda Singh Bahadur and the Khalsa uprooted the Mughal imperial rule in the Panjab and established the Khalsa Raj...
Date From: 13/6/2010 to 13/6/2010
Summary: The Chattri Memorial, the only one of its kind in Britain, is built on the exact spot where 53 Hindu and Sikh soldiers who died in Brighton were cremated...
Date From: 29/5/2010 to 29/5/2010
Summary: A GUIDED DAY TRIP TO THE BATTLEFIELDS OF NORTHERN EUROPE Organised in conjunction with Anglia Battlefield Tours, this trip will take you on a journey exploring the contribution made by Sikh soldiers during the Great War * Experienced guides offer a unique insight into the Indian Army's outstanding contribution to the    battles of World War 1 * Visit the preserved trenches at Bayernwald and learn how Sikh forces arrived in Europe unprepared for winter combat * Visit the battlefields around Neuve Chapelle where Sikh Regiments were involved in heavy fighting * After visiting the spectacular Indian Memorial, head to the town of Ypres to sample some of Belgium's famous chocolates and wonder the streets around the fabulous main square * The tour culminates at the Menin Gate, with the ‘Last Post' ceremony, commemorating those who sacrificed their lives in the defence of others Departures: Birmingham 4:00am, Royal Leamington Spa 4:45am, Maidstone Services M20/J8 7:15am...
Date From: 19/5/2010 to 1/1/2011
Summary: Opening 19 May Exploring the cultural exchange between the British and India in the 18th and 19th centuries, Indian Armies, Indian Art will feature beautiful artworks from the National Army Museum's Collection...
Date From: 14/5/2010 to 14/5/2010
Summary: As part of a major exhibition, The Indian Portrait 1560 - 1860, ASHT will host a late shift event with the Singh Twins...
Date From: 24/4/2010 to 24/4/2010
Summary: Vaisakhi is upon us again, and The New Art Gallery Walsall promises that this year's free Vaisakhi celebrations will be the biggest and best yet! Visitors from all cultural backgrounds are invited to learn, have fun and celebrate the creation of the Sikh religion and India's harvest time...
Date From: 10/4/2010 to 10/4/2010
Summary: Screening as part of the Bombay Mix Film Festival Unravelling is a short film that pursues an inter-generational poetic dialogue in the Urdu language, between the director and his Grandfather Sawarn Singh- a War Veteran who as a soldier in the Indian Army fought for the British in WWII: Burma; The Middle East and Africa...
Date From: 11/3/2010 to 30/6/2010
Summary: Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail & Zeroseefr  in co-production with The Drum Back by popular demand  this family theatre production will tour around schools and venues in the UK from Spring - Autumn 2010...
Date From: 21/2/2010 to 8/3/2010
Summary: Screenings: Sunday 21st FebruaryTime: 3pmLocation: The Drum, 144 Potters Lane, Birmingham, B6 4UUPrice: £5 (£4 concessions)For tickets visit www...
Date From: 13/1/2010 to 13/1/2010
Summary: Learn about Norfolk's 'Black Prince' the Last Maharajah of the Sikhs Duleep Singh, his early life in the Punjab and his relationship with Queen Victoria...
Date From: 30/11/2009 to 1/12/2009
Summary: ASHT has put together a bespoke two day training programme in partnership with the Victoria & Albert Museum, London one of the world's most visited museums and extravagant South Asian collection...
Date From: 26/11/2009 to 26/11/2009
Summary: Organised by the Valentines Mansion Trust An evening event at the Valentines Mansion a former home of wealthy naval officer Sir Charles Raymond who had significant links with the East India Company...
Date From: 22/11/2009 to 22/11/2009
Summary: A documentary by Navdeep Singh Kandola Times: 2pm & 3:30pmLocation: RAF Museum, Hendon, London NW9 Following the successful world premiere in New York, the UK premiere of acclaimed documentary Flying Sikhs - A History of Sikh Fighter Pilots will take place at 2pm on 22 November 2009...
Date From: 8/11/2009 to 8/11/2009
Summary: Exploring 160 Years of the Anglo Sikh Relationship Beyond the Clash of Steel A lecture which recounts the initial forging and development of the Anglo Sikh relationship;to steadfast allies some 10 years later during the troubled times of the Indian Mutiny (War of Independance)...
Date From: 7/11/2009 to 7/11/2009
Summary: Unravelling is a film which will take you on a searching, evocative journey of public war memorials in London and Coventry, the poppy factory and Coventry Cathedral, to reflect on the way that ex-colonial soldiers are remembered or left behind...
Date From: 1/11/2009 to 1/11/2009
Summary: The ‘Maharajah and the Kohinoor' is an exciting theatre- in- education production aimed at Key Stages 2 & 3...
Date From: 25/10/2009 to 31/1/2010
Summary: Loyal Allies, Proud Britons A photographic exhibition of the contribution of Sikh Soldiers during the two World Wars As seen at the Warwickshire Museum in 2008 Jawans to Generals returns to Royal Leamington Spa...
Date From: 10/10/2009 to 17/1/2010
Summary: This major exhibition will explore the extraordinary culture of princely India and the world of the Maharajas...
Date From: 26/9/2009 to 26/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 Come and see a range of Indian arms and armour, including Sikh pieces, and find out about warriors and warfare, decoration and design, history and tradition...
Date From: 26/9/2009 to 26/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 A fascinating talk and other activities illustrating the history and characters whose lives would intertwine Sikh history with that of East Anglia...
Date From: 25/9/2009 to 26/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 For centuries British observers have commented on the unique spirit of brave gallantry which defines the Sikhs as amongst the finest soldiers in the world...
Date From: 24/9/2009 to 25/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 The discovery of Maharani Jind Kaur's tombstone at Kensal Green crematorium poignantly highlighted her sojourn and eventual death in London...
Date From: 23/9/2009 to 23/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 Maharajah Ranjit Singh was ruler of the Sikh Kingdom of the Punjab and surrounding territories from 1801 until 1839...
Date From: 23/9/2009 to 23/9/2009
Summary: In search of Jindan, The Last Maharani of the Punjab Heritage Shared 2009 From the last Maharani of the Punjab to the first Sikh woman to settle in Britain, Jindan's life spans the most turbulent and intrigue-filled times of the Lahore Court...
Date From: 20/9/2009 to 20/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 This children's storytelling session captures episodes from the fascinating life of Maharajah Ranjit Singh known as the ‘Lion of Punjab'...
Date From: 19/9/2009 to 19/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 An open air talk the in the palace where Queen Victoria and Maharajah Duleep Singh often met, author of ‘The Maharajah's Box' Christy Campbell relates the dynamics of the interaction between the Empress of India and the rebel Prince who dared to challenge her Government's treatment of him...
Date From: 13/9/2009 to 13/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 Enjoy an exhilarating ‘bhangra' performance in the castle gardens overlooking the lake surrounded by the breathtaking Malvern Hills...
Date From: 12/9/2009 to 12/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 ‘Unravelling' (Urdu 17min) by Kuldip Powar With music composed by Nitin Sawhney, this short film followed by a panel discussion, is a poetic dialogue between Sawarn Singh - a WWII soldier who fought in Burma, the Middle East and Africa before moving to Coventry, and his grandson Kuldip Powar...
Date From: 11/9/2009 to 11/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 Researching Sikh records at The National Archives Hidden away amidst the National Archives are the original records of the migrant journeys and military service of the first Sikh settlers in Britain...
Date From: 9/9/2009 to 10/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 The Anglican missionary and contemporary of Gandhi, Rev C.F Andrews, described as the "conscience of the British Raj", witnessed some of the most significant defining moments of India's campaign for independence...
Date From: 7/9/2009 to 7/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 Internationally renowned artists The Singh Twins talk about their painting ‘Nineteen Eighty Four' which depicts the atrocities that took place in Amritsar twenty five years ago, affecting the lives of thousands of Sikhs...
Date From: 5/9/2009 to 29/9/2009
Summary: This year Anglo Sikh Heritage Week will take place over a whole month!  With  evening and weekend events throughout September, ‘Heritage Shared' will include our regular series of illustrated talks at landmark locations such as Osborne House and the National Army Museum, as well as exciting new events with artists 'The Singh Twins', live music performances at the Tower of London and activities for young people, so there's even more for the whole family to enjoy! Further information coming soon...
Date From: 5/9/2009 to 5/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 Have a look at pictures from the event! Set in the grounds that house the jewel in the crown, UK’s leading musicians Tigerstyle perform a live outdoor concert with music inspired by the life of the last Maharajah of Punjab, Duleep Singh...
Date From: 5/9/2009 to 5/9/2009
Summary: The ‘Maharajah and the Kohinoor' is an exciting theatre- in- education production aimed at Key Stages 2 & 3...
Date From: 3/9/2009 to 3/9/2009
Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 Back by popular demand the Maharajah & the Kohinoor is now scheduled to tour nationally at schools and venues from Jan - June 2010...
Date From: 10/7/2009 to 10/7/2009
Summary: This free talk by Julius Bryant, Keeper of Word & Image at the V&A, is a vivid introduction to Queen Victoria's seaside family home on the Isle of Wight, and her favourite regular guest there, Maharajah Duleep Singh...
Date From: 1/7/2009 to 7/7/2009
Summary: From 1st-7th July, ASHT Tours will be taking a group on a unique tour of some of Scotlands' spectacular locations...
Date From: 14/6/2009 to 14/6/2009
Summary: The Chattri Memorial, the only one of its kind in Britain, is built on the exact spot where 53 Hindu and Sikh soldiers who died in Brighton were cremated...
Date From: 18/4/2009 to 19/4/2009
Summary: The Nishkam Centre brings you 2 days of activities to celebrate Vaisakhi 2009.  There will be exhibitions, seminars, a Gatka(Sikh Martial Art) display, youth activities a conference on the Punjabi Language and much more...
Date From: 18/4/2009 to 18/4/2009
Summary: The New Art Gallery Walsall invite you to a fantastic free Vaisakhi event on Saturday 18 April, from 11am to 4pm to celebrate in style the festival of harvest and the birth of Sikh religion...
Date From: 4/4/2009 to 19/4/2009
Summary: One hundred and sixty years ago, following the conclusion of two bitterly fought Anglo-Sikh Wars, a treaty was concluded between the Sikh Kingdom of Lahore and the East India Company which signalled the annexation of Punjab to the territories of British India...
Date From: 27/3/2009 to 24/5/2009
Summary: This retrospective exhibition will feature selected works by internationally acclaimed contemporary British artists, The Singh Twins...
Date From: 24/2/2009 to 2/5/2009
Summary: Saturday 2nd May 2009 A DAY TRIP TO A PART OF FRANCE THAT WILL BE FOREVER SIKH "Throughout its service in France the magnificent Sikh regiment never failed to answer all calls...
Date From: 24/2/2009 to 9/7/2009
Summary: Thursday 9th July to Wednesday 15th July 2009 'A Journey through History' After the success of the 2008 Inaugural Sikh Heritage Tour, ASHT Tours brings you another chance to explore world renowned sites, including the Tower of London and the British Museum...
Date From: 1/1/2009 to 31/7/2009
Summary: Loyal Allies, Proud Britons A photographic exhibition of the contribution of Sikh Soldiers during the two World Wars...
Date From: 21/11/2008 to 13/4/2009
Summary: Discover how people express their different faiths through pilgrimage, as pilgrims from Glasgow tell their stories through films, photographs and objects...
Date From: 9/11/2008 to 9/11/2008
Summary: In co-ordination with the Royal British Legion, the Sikh community in 10 separate locations in the UK formally took part in this year's Remembrance Day ceremonies...
Date From: 8/11/2008 to 23/11/2008
Summary: Premier Launch Event & Conference:Saturday 8th November 2008 [see details below and in the attachments]...
Date From: 25/10/2008 to 15/5/2009
Summary: Equality and diversity are issues for many British soldiers today. Britain's army has represented one of the world's most diverse workforces, relying on black and Asian soldiers in peace and in adversity...
Date From: 23/10/2008 to 23/10/2008
Summary: Lunchtime Lecture By Sarinjit Singh Bahia Thursday 23rd October 12:30pm Location: National Army Museum,Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 4HT For further information visit http://www...
Date From: 21/10/2008 to 21/10/2008
Summary: On 21st October 2008 ASHT will be hosting UK Launch of a new book, Empire of the Sikhs: The Life and Times of Maharajah Ranjit Singh, at the V & A...
Date From: 15/10/2008 to 15/10/2008
Summary: Presented by The Seefr Project in association with ASHT with support from sampad and The Drum Charting one of the most illustrious episodes in British history The Maharajah and the Kohinoor is a touching tale of love and loyalty...
Date From: 13/10/2008 to 20/10/2008
Summary: Loyal Allies, Proud Britons A photographic exhibition of the contribution of Sikh Soldiers during the two World Wars The Jawans to Generals Exhibition was opened at Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner on 1st May 2002 by HRH The Prince of Wales...
Date From: 30/9/2008 to 30/9/2008
Summary: The largely unknown but amazing historical interplay between Sikhs and Scotland took centre stage at Edinburgh Castle 30th September as the Minister For Culture and MSP Linda Fabiani hosted a reception to launch the Scottish Sikh Heritage Trail...
Date From: 21/9/2008 to 21/9/2008
Summary: A Gallery Talk Priya Rekhi of the V&A will give us a topical and an insightful perspective on the Sikh artefacts that are displayed at the V&A...
Date From: 20/9/2008 to 20/9/2008
Summary: The collection includes family photographs donated by Prince Frederick, the eldest son of Maharajah Duleep Singh...
Date From: 20/9/2008 to 20/9/2008
Summary: 11:00am - 3:00pm Fascinating talks on Duleep Singh will be held at 11am and 2.30pm.  Along with 'Put Yourself in the Picture' a drop in family workshop from 11am to 3pm where you can join the guests at Maharajah Duleep Singh's parties through the magic of photography! Ancient House Museum of Thetford Life21-23 White Hart Street,Thetford, Norfolk,                                 IP24 1AA
Date From: 19/9/2008 to 19/9/2008
Summary: 7:00 - 8:00pm Author Navtej Sarna in discussion with, renowned author of the 'Maharajahs Box', Christy Campbell, on his novel on the life of Maharajah Duleep Singh...
Date From: 17/9/2008 to 17/9/2008
Summary: Nick Fleming has had unparalleled access to live and travel with Nihang Singhs in India. For many months he became unnoticed allowing him to photograph them naturally...
Date From: 17/9/2008 to 17/9/2008
Summary: 10:15am - 12:30pm Coinciding with Anglo-Sikh Heritage Week this study morning explores the remarkable collection of oriental armoury held at the Wallace Collection...
Date From: 17/9/2008 to 17/9/2008
Summary: 1:15 - 2:00pm 115 years ago the Last Maharajah of the Sikhs died in relative obscurity and was buried in Elveden, Suffolk...
Date From: 17/9/2008 to 21/9/2008
Summary: 10:30am - 5:00pm Objects normally stored in archives will be brought out for ASH week. They include Gun and limber from the Sutlej Campaign,  a gauntlet, sword, oil paintings and photographs...
Date From: 16/9/2008 to 16/9/2008
Summary: 7:00pm For centuries British observers have commented on the unique spirit of brave gallantry which defines the Sikhs as amongst the finest soldiers in the world...
Date From: 15/9/2008 to 15/9/2008
Summary: 1:00pm Join Christy Campbell, journalist and author of the 'The Maharajah's Box' in this fascinating talk on Lord Curzon (former owner of Kedleston Hall) and his relationship with the Sikhs ...
Date From: 15/9/2008 to 21/9/2008
Summary: 1:30 - 3:30pm daily Pritham Singh, a maker of the sarangi a bowed stringed instrument of North Indian classical and traditional music, will be demonstrating aspects of his work at the Horniman Museum...
Date From: 14/9/2008 to 14/9/2008
Summary: 1:00 - 4:00pm Cut, stick and glitter to your heart’s content!  Join us in this free drop-in family workshop...
Date From: 13/9/2008 to 13/9/2008
Summary: 5:30pm - 8:30pm To accompany the Jawans to Generals exhibition this event features talks on the epic battle of Saragarhi and the Sikh regiment in France in the First World War...
Date From: 13/9/2008 to 21/9/2008
Summary: Anglo Sikh Heritage Week returns with a programme of events across the country including Gatka Displays, talks on Anglo-Sikh History, storytelling, childrens' workshops and much more...
Date From: 13/9/2008 to 13/8/2008
Summary: 12noon - 4:00pm Families will be able to join in this free drop-in art workshop. As well as seeing photos of Sikh soldiers from the Museum's collection, you will be able to handle a ‘Princess Mary Gift Box’, which was a gift given to Sikh troops in the First World War...
Date From: 13/9/2008 to 13/9/2008
Summary: 12noon and 3:00pm A Sikh shield is the inspiration behind an exciting family-friendly storytelling session at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery...
Date From: 9/9/2008 to 27/11/2008
Summary: An Exhibition The exhibition reveals the ‘Punjab’, a region that spans both India and Pakistan...
Date From: 23/8/2008 to 9/10/2008
Summary: Loyal Allies, Proud Britons A photographic exhibition of the contribution of Sikh Soldiers during the two World Wars...
Date From: 11/7/2008 to 18/1/2009
Summary: This inaugural tour represents a groundbreaking collaboration between the Maharajah Duleep Singh Centenary Trust, the Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail, sikhpoint...
Date From: 29/6/2008 to 29/6/2008
Summary: The Life of Maharajah Duleep Singh - In the Context of Anglo Sikh History Sunday 29th June 2008 Lecture by Harbinder Singh Location: Brent Sikh Centre, 241 Stag Lane, KingsburyLondon NW9 0EF Time: 5pm
Date From: 12/6/2008 to 12/6/2008
Summary: 1897 The North West frontier. 21 soldiers of the Sikh regiment defending a remote post against an estimated 10,000 attackers...
Date From: 8/5/2008 to 8/5/2008
Summary: 8th May 2008 Location: Eastnor Castle, Ledbury
Date From: 24/4/2008 to 20/6/2008
Summary: An exhibition from the Twin Studio Archive, revealing how the Sikhs have been shown from the mid 19th to 20th century...
Date From: 24/4/2008 to 24/4/2008
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Date From: 1/4/2008 to 2/4/2008
Summary: 18th September 2006 ‘Through His Own Eyes’ Charles Freer Andrews - Witness to Anglo-Sikh History    The closing decades of the 19th Century and the early years of the next were seminal in the history of the Raj and of the Sikhs...
Date From: 12/3/2008 to 12/3/2008
Summary: MAHARANI JINDA’S GRAVE STONE TO GO ON DISPLAY The headstone belonging to the Messalina of the Punjab Maharani Jinda Kaur unearthed some months ago will go on display at Thetford’s Ancient House Museum this week...
Date From: 1/3/2008 to 31/1/2008
Summary: Story by Richard Moss, 24Hour Museum His Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester was at the Imperial War Museum (IWM) in London on June 2nd 2006 to unveil the latest plaque in a UK-wide scheme which highlights items of Anglo-Sikh heritage held in museums and at heritage sites...
Date From: 15/9/2007 to 28/9/2007
Summary: "Exciting", "informative", "stirring", "provocative", "different", and "fun" are just some of the words that have been used to describe the range of activities that took place last year during ASHT week...
Date From: 20/9/2006 to 20/9/2006
Summary: Event Location:HSBC Money Gallery The British Museum, Great Russell Street,Event County:LondonEvent Postcode:WC1B 3DGOrganiser Name:Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail 3:00 pm To celebrate Anglo Sikh Heritage Week, the British Museum is exhibiting a display of Sikh Coins, recently researched and catalogued by ASHT volunteer, Paramdip Kaur Khera ...
Date From: 16/4/2005 to 16/4/2005
Summary: Come along and listen to "Sikh-rets :Untold Stories from the Punjab" by storyteller Jaswinder Singh Nagra ...
Date From: 29/11/2004 to 29/11/2004
Summary: An annual lecture in conjunction with the Imperial War Museum with special guest speaker Lieutenant Colonel Colin McVean MC...
Date From: 28/8/2004 to 28/8/2004
Summary: featuring:   Kirtan in the Park: with Bhai Harjinder Singh Srinagar, Bhai Naranjan Singh Jawadi Kala, Bhai Ravinder Singh, Darbar Sahib, Bhai Davinder Singh Sodhi Ludhiana...
Date From: 15/8/2004 to 15/8/2004
Summary: The Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail is set to burst onto the London scene by featuring alongside the V&A at the Heritage Maidan of the GLA London Mela...
Date From: 2/7/2004 to 2/7/2004
Summary: On 2 July 2004, Home Office Minister Fiona MacTaggart launched the UK's first national heritage trail celebrating Anglo-Sikh history and culture...
Date From: 30/4/2004 to 30/4/2004
Summary: This specially arranged trip will include a guided tour of these battlefields which are a testament to the courage and sacrifice of the Sikhs...
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