The Sikh Channel recently broadcast a lengthy piece on the 'Empire, Faith & War' exhibition presented by Dr Gurnam Singh.
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One of the most moving pieces in the exhibition is an article from The Spectator in 1915 describing the plight of the wives of Indian soldiers.
With only a few days to go, the space on our Remembrance Wall is at a premium.
Only 5 days left to see this stunning khanda once worn by Maharajah Duleep Singh's Prime Minister.
Lots of families have been coming into the exhibition with artefacts of their military past and some of our volunteers have been helping them learn more.
Less than a week left to find out who depicted Sikhs as bloodthirsty barbarians.
Balvinder Kaur from Mumbai, India, made an emotional discovery on a visit to our exhibition ‘Empire, Faith & War’.
Giani Joginder Singh Vedanti, who was jathedar of the Akal Takht between 2000 and 2008, visited the exhibition yesterday and carefully studied the artefacts on display.
This young 'jawan' came to UKPHA's 'Empire, Faith & War' stand at the BBC World War One at Home event in Nottingham with his school but left without having time to get a turban tied.
It was incredibly busy in the gallery on Saturday when four coaches turned up at the same time.
Dr Onkar Sahota, member of the London Assembly for Ealing and Hillingdon, has been an enthusiastic supporter of our project and the exhibition.
We've had lots of school children through the doors in the last couple of weeks since schools have reopened, including this very energetic group from Khalsa Primary School in Slough.
Just over a week left to inspire a new generation about the role of Sikhs in the First World War.
Audiences were treated to a wonderful music performance that closed our series of symposiums.
Only nine days left until we pack away 'The Trench' zone where hundreds of kids have created beautiful art works for our Remembrance Wall.
The wartime history of Brighton’s Royal Pavilion was brought to life recently with Sikhs in period-battle dress.
The voice of the Indian sepoy (soldier) during the First World War is rarely heard.
Our old friend Pardeep Nagra, from the Sikh Heritage Museum of Canada, dropped by for a flying visit from Canada.
We were overjoyed and inspired by the work of a young boy who recently visited the 'Empire, Faith & War' exhibition at the Brunei Gallery.
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