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.
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Dr Onkar Sahota, member of the London Assembly for Ealing and Hillingdon, has been an enthusiastic supporter of our project and the exhibition.
Our old friend Pardeep Nagra, from the Sikh Heritage Museum of Canada, dropped by for a flying visit from Canada.
Our friend Brigadier Brian McCall, Defence Attache to the British High Commission in Delhi, dropped in on Friday to see the exhibition and discuss some exciting future opportunities with us
We were really honoured to receive the family of John Smyth who was awarded a VC with the 15th Ludhiana Sikhs.
Have you seen the stirring poem about a fictional Sikh WW1 soldier Harnam Singh at our exhibition?
We had a great visit from Capt Amarinder Singh MP to the exhibition last week.
Historian and author Charles Allen takes a look around our exhibition with Harbakhsh Grewal.
Slough Cadets, UKPHA volunteers and Canadian MP Tim Uppal pose on the steps of the gallery building.
We were privileged to receiver some special guests at our exhibition.
Lord and Lady Singh of Wimbledon visited our exhibition and thoroughly enjoyed it.
BBC London's Sunny and Shay popped in yesterday evening at our Thursday late-night opening.
Artists Johanna Tagada and Jatinder Singh Durhailay visited us last night during a busy late Thursday night opening.
Dr Santanu Das, an academic and author best known for his work on the literature of the First World War, visited us recently and was impressed.
Davinder Dhillon, our good friend and the man who has been keeping alive the annual remembrance event at the Chattri Memorial in Patcham Downs, Brighton, visited our exhibition.
The prodigiously talented Singh Twins, Amrit and Rabindra Singh, joined us at the exhibition.
The 'Empire, Faith & War' exhibition was formally opened by Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Sajid Javid MP on 8 July 2014.