Sikh History Walking Tour27th July 2019London Great day on Saturday with many families coming across the UK to learn more about Anglo Sikh history and heritage on the streets of London. We were lucky with the weather as well! Hosted by Rav Singh (A Little history of the Sikhs) and
Sikh Empire Artefacts from Duleep Singh to Princess Sophia Talk By Gurinder Singh MannThursday 18th July 2019Ancient House Museum, Thetford Norfolk On the sunniest day of the year, a special lecture was undertaken on Sikh Empire relics with particular reference to Jewelry of Maharaja Duleep Singh and Maharani Jindan Kaur.
18th June 2019RBS Sikh NetworkBishopsgateLondon The Sikh Museum Initiative Team showcasing at the Royal Bank of Scotland’s Sikh Network event “Honouring our Past, Embracing our Future” in London. With over 200 people in attendance, the event was an excellent opportunity to showcase the Sikh Museum’s work and vision. Giving
Launch of the Festival of Norfolk and Punjab. 15th June 2019 The launch of the Sophia Duleep Singh Exhibition at Ancient House Museum, Thetford, Norfolk. The building was owned by the Prince Frederick Duleep Singh, son of Maharajah Duleep Singh. The museum is hosting a pop-up exhibition on the life
Sunday 28th April 2019, Handsworth Park, Hinstock Rd, B20 2ET, Birmingham. Over 30,000 turned out to the annual Nagar Kirtan and Vaisakhi Celebrations in Birmingham. The Sikh Museum Initiative was able to showcase their recent work to the visitors to the celebrations. We received great encouragement and feedback on the
‘Queen Victoria still looked after Sophia and made provisions for her to live here in the UK, which shows that she had a bit of a soft spot for her’ Article published by the Leicester Mercury newspaper 27th February and 1st March 2019. Historical Sikh jewellery belonging to the goddaughter