Earlier last month I was given an opportunity to represent the UK Punjab Heritage Association (UKPHA) at Lambeth Palace for a multi-faith reception hosted by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. The event was a celebration of history of the respect for religious diversity in Britain.
A fortnight ago the National Army Museum in Chelsea was witness to a sell-out launch event to celebrate the comeback of the classic Warrior Saints.
A crowd of nearly 250 mingled with the authors to welcome the new edition of Warrior Saints: Four Centuries of Sikh Military History (Vol.1), as well as admiring a display of art inspired by the book. Read more…
As you may know from previous posts the UK Punjab Heritage Association (UKPHA) is launching a major project to commemorate the untold story of Sikhs and World War One. Last year we asked you to fill out a survey for your views, and hundreds of you did. Now UKPHA are looking to capture the views of children and young people.
The National Army Museum, Chelsea are hosting a poll to help determine Britian’s Greatest Battle. 20 worthy engagements including a battle fought with the Sikhs at Aliwal are up in competition for your votes!
Do you have a vintage photo of Bhangra or Giddha dancers like the one shown here or from the last few decades? If yes, then Hardeep Sahota, Creative Director of voluntary group Virsa wants to hear from you for his latest project that will tell the story of Punjab’s folk dancing traditions.
Serving in her capacity as a Goodwill Ambassador for the UN’s refugee agency, Angelina Jolie visited the Khalsa Diwan Welfare Society in New Delhi in November 2006.