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.
Set of books given by staff from Khalsa College to Gurinder Singh Mann Gurinder Singh Mann delivered lecture on the different Sikh relics which were taken by the East India Company after the Anglo Sikh Wars (1845-1846) and (1848-184...Read More
*A highway signboard of Aliwal North in South Africa’s East Cape province. *British officer founded town three years after victory in 1846 Anglo-Sikh battle About 9,000 km from the heat and dust of Ludhiana’s Aliwal village is Aliwal North, a to...Read More
Gurinder Singh Mann (centre) with Pargat Singh Dhillon (left), Dr Paramvir Singh (left), Colonel Iqbal Singh (far left), Vice Chancellor-Dr. Sukhdarshan Singh Khehra (right) and other staff members. *The Sikh Museum Initiative’s project on th...Read More
Gurinder Singh Mann with Dr. Sukhdarshan Singh Khehra and Dr Paramvir Singh Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab 26th March 2018 The Sikh Museum Initiative's Anglo Sikh Wars project has gone from strength to strengt...Read More
The University of Wolverhampton has launched a new Centre for Sikh and Panjabi Studies which will be the first of its kind in the UK. The new Centre was officially launched by Dr Satinder Sartaaj, renowned Punjabi singer and poet, in the Chancellor’s H...Read More
Sophia Duleep Singh stamped her authority in more ways than one and in 2018 she is being remembered in a fitting way with the release of a stamp by the Royal Mail in the UK on 15th February 2018. The interesting and colourful life of Princess Sophia D...Read More