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Thursday, 18 December, 2008
The last remnants of Sikh defences at Battlefield of Sabraon are being destroyed.
Tuesday, 16 December, 2008
Charting one of the most illustrious episodes in British history The Maharajah and the Kohinoor is a touching tale of love and loyalty. The play follows the story of Duleep Singh,Maharajah of Lahore and King of the Sikh Empire, who was deposed at the age of eleven and sent to England.
Tuesday, 09 December, 2008
The new 2009 calendar, entitled ' A Walk Through History' is now available. This remarkable calendar journeys through a small yet significant element of Sikh history which is reflected in many of the Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail partner organisations.
Tuesday, 09 December, 2008
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. Sunday 9th November saw Sikh men and women being warmly received by local residents as they joined in to lay wreaths.
Friday, 31 October, 2008
This November marks the 90th anniversary of the end of World War 1. The Royal British Legion will honour the memory of the War's heroes with a unique tribute by planting a Flanders' Field of Poppies at the Menin Gates. It was during this conflict here that the Sikh regiment fought valiantly during the battles of Ypres and Neuve Chapelle.
Thursday, 30 October, 2008
Seema Chisti reviews a novel by Navtej Sarna entitled 'The Exile'
Thursday, 30 October, 2008
A Book Review of 'Empire of the Sikhs The Life and Times of Maharaja Ranjit Singh' by Bhupesh Bhandari, Business Standard
Monday, 27 October, 2008
A Message from the Archbishop of Canterbury on the 300th Anniversary of the Guru Granth Sahib
Thursday, 23 October, 2008
The poignant date of 23rd October marked 115 years of the death of Maharajah Duleep Singh.
Thursday, 11 September, 2008
The largely unknown but amazing historical interplay between Sikhs and Scotland will take centre stage at Edinburgh Castle 30th September as the Minister For Culture and MSP Linda Fabiani hosts a reception to launch the Scottish Sikh Heritage Trail.
Tuesday, 26 August, 2008
This exhibition reveals the ‘Punjab’, a region that spans both India and Pakistan. The complex history of this region and its modern significance are explored from the perspectives of five UK community groups with links to both countries. In particular, the ‘moving journeys’ of successive generations of Punjabi people, both within and across borders, are explored.
Thursday, 03 July, 2008
During July a group of American Sikhs will embark on a fascinating Sikh Heritage Tour of England
Thursday, 24 April, 2008
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall host a Vaisakhi Reception at St James's Palace
Wednesday, 12 March, 2008
Maharani Jindan Kaurs Gravestone is Unveiled at the Ancient House Museum, Thetford