We focus on bringing Sikh history alive through the exploration of Sikh relics and artefacts that can be found in the UK.
We actively work with public institutions as well as private individuals to ensure these valuable artefacts are given exposure to the mainstream public.
Devotees look at the damage inflicted on the Golden Temple in Amritsar after the Operation Bluestar in 1984.(HT File) The Teja Singh Samundari Hall in the Golden Temple complex may have been refurbished, but the scars remain. Quite literally....Read More
BBC Antiques Roadtrip The Sikh Museum Initiative was filmed for the popular BBC Celebrity Antiques Roadtrip programme. The Sikh Museum Initiative formulated the Anglo Sikh Wars project this year to shed light on the highly contested wars between the...Read More
New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Leicester, 18th October 2017 A special lecture on Sikh Arms and Armour took place on 18th October 2017 at New Walk Museum, Leicester. The speaker was historian and author Gurinder Singh Mann also head of the Sikh M...Read More
Historians Amar Pal Sidhu, Mandeep Rai, Sukhmani Bal Riar and William Dalrymple in the session on Anglo-Sikh wars, at the Military Literature Festival in Chandigarh on Saturday. (Anil Dayal/HT) The Anglo-Sikh Wars of 1845 and 1848 are the only two insta...Read More
Leicestershire Sikh Police Association Launch Enderby Leicester 3rd November 2017 On Friday 3rd November 2017 the Leicestershire Sikh Police Association was formally launched at Leicestershire Police HQ to coincide with the birth anniversary of th...Read More