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Friday, 22 September, 2006
Behind the scenes of the Hampton Court Palace Community 1750-1950. The history of the Suffragettes, who campaigned for women's right to vote in the early 20th Century, seldom tells us that their cause had a notable Sikh supporter: Princess Sophia, daughter of Maharajah Duleep Singh.
Saturday, 03 June, 2006
Earlier this year, the bagpipes were playing, drums were beating, and the elders of a Scots clan gathered well into the small hours. It could have been a scene set anywhere in the land of the brave but it wasn‘t. Instead of the rolling hills and soaring mountains of the Scottish highlands the setting was the biggest military cantonment in Asia situated in Bhatinda in the Punjab.
Saturday, 03 June, 2006
Story by Richard Moss, 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.
Saturday, 03 June, 2006
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall witness a dramatic display of Sikh Swordsmanship