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.
The Sikh Museum Initiative-a year in review 2020 It has been a difficult year with the advent of the Covid-19 pandemic. However we still managed to undertake a number many showcases and completed phase 1 of the Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum Phase 1 with g...Read More
THE BRITISH AND THE SIKHS C1700-1900Discovery, Warfare and FriendshipHelion & CompanyISBN: 9781911628248Images: 8pp colour section & 23 b/w images By Gurinder Singh Mann A newly published book weaves readers through anecdotes and import...Read More
SMI 11: GOLD-HILTED SWORD (GLAIVE) Date: Before 1800Origin: France-Napolean Bonaparte Presented by the Duke of Wellington to Lt. Col. Sir Henry Hardinge, later Field Marshal 1st Viscount Hardinge of Lahore, in 1817. Worn by him at the Battle...Read More