Private Harmeet Singh, Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps, holds the first official poppy before taking part in the Poppy Parade.
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Serving Sikh soldiers of the British Army, with young Sikhs from the National Army Museum's World War One reenactment group of the 15th Ludhiana Sikhs, strike a pose on the base of London's Nelson's Column during the annual Diwali in London event in Trafalgar Square.
Graves of Muslim Men of the Sikh Regiment who fought for the British against Germany, now lie buried in Belgium next to Canadians.
Some of UKPHA's 'Empire, Faith & War' team are visiting Ypres and Neuve Chapelle over the weekend.
Join the National Army Museum at tomorrow's London Mela and get a selfie with a First World War Sikh soldier.
We're concluding our first ever national fundraising effort with an album of gorgeous photography by Raj Gedhu covering the entirety of our Brighton Marathon effort.
Audiences were treated to a wonderful music performance that closed our series of symposiums.
Lots of events and commemorations in the Sikh community for the First World War Centenary.
Running club Sikhs in the City has organised the relay race to mark the centenary of the First World War as message of 'co-operation and harmony'.
UKPHA team member, Harbakhsh Grewal, had the pleasure of attending a very special WW1 Centenary reception in the garden of No.10 yesterday.
Lance Corporal Johnson Beharry VC poses with a silver tipped swagger stick of the 14th Punjab Regiment which dates from the First World War.
Today, Britain will commemorate the foreign troops who fought with the Allies in the First World War.
A big thank you to everyone we met at the Trafalgar Square, Coventry & Wolverhampton Vaisakhi melas yesterday!
On Vaisakhi 1699, the Tenth Master, Guru Gobind Singh, established a new order of warrior-saints, the Khalsa. A revolutionary transformation of a community was enshrined in the sacred act of initiation by steel.
Today, UKPHA was invited to Wellington Barracks by The First Minister of the Government of Flanders to witness 'The Arrival of the Soil ceremony'.
The historic contribution made by Sikh soldiers who fought for Britain has been marked by the Army at an event at the Royal Military Academy in Camberley, Surrey.
First World War Victoria Cross Commemorative Paving Stone unveiling.
26 miles and 385 yards...4 hours, 26 minutes and 12 seconds...seven months hard training...several buckets of sweat, 76 donations and a whopping £5,223.98 raised so far for the Sikhs and World War One project!!
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