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.
When history meets Technology part 2 Mapping the online Sikh Museum " An amazing eye opener. Thank You" " Really interesting.Learnt alot" 1st December 2018 Nishkam Centre Birmingham On Saturday 1st December at the Nishkam Centre, ...Read More
When history meets Technology-Mapping the online Sikh Museum " very useful and Informative session" " very good and insightful talk" Saturday 17th November Newarke Houses Museum Leicester The Sikh Museum Initiative hosted the first session o...Read More
Sikh soldier statue in Smethwick honours WW1 dead A 10ft (3m) statue of a Sikh soldier has been unveiled at Sandwell, Birmingham to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One (WW1). The bronze work in Smethwick honours service personnel of...Read More
Essex Cultural Diversity Project Celebrating the life and achievements of Sophia Duleep Singh Tuesday 27th November 2018 House of Commons, Parliament Square, London Essex Cultural Diversity Project organised a special Assembly celebrating the lif...Read More
Suffragette Relay Flag and the Story of Sophia Duleep Singh 23rd October 2018 Great turn out at Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurdwara, Leicester where people came to hear more about the 100th anniversary of the Votes for Women. The Suffragette Flag which has t...Read More
Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum demonstration 17th August 2018 Jubilee Square Leicester The public witnessed the first demonstration of what the Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum will look like. The demonstration took place at Jubilee Square, Leicester as pa...Read More