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Remembrance: The Sikh Story - Part One VIDEO
The first of a two-part documentary video telling the story of Sikh soldiers and the contribution made by them in the Two World Wars.
Armistice Day & The Sikhs by BHUPINDER SINGH HOLLAND
In about fourteen months, the Indian Corps - which included Sikh troops - had lost 34,252 men (dead, wounded, ill, or prisoners of war) on the Western Front in France and Belgium.
Panjab Digital Library: Bringing The Past Alive by POOJA CHATURVEDI
"Though the originals can never be restored, their digitization could provide for their virtual copy, which could be used continuously forever."
The Lion's Firanghis: Europeans At The Court Of Lahore A Book Review by HARBAKSH SINGH GREWAL
Generals, military advisors, administrators and physicians ... who served the Sikh Empire.
Time Machine by SAVRAJ SINGH
"They kept trying to cut down the tree of Sikhi, but they could never cut the root,/ With each cut it grew back, faster, bigger, and stronger to boot ..."
Thundering Words: The Martial Language of Nihangs NIHANGSINGH.ORG
Bolay, words which form part of the Nihang dialect, historically served militaristic and psychological purposes.
Flying Sikhs: True Heroes of The World Wars A 16-min video documentary by NAVDEEP SINGH KANDOLA
A revealing history of Sikh flying ace pioneers.
The Original Homeland Security:
The Buddha Dal
In the mid-18th C, the Mughals had placed a price on the head of each Sikh, dead or alive - hence, a decimated Sikh population became a roving army.
Historical Sikh Armour To Be Displayed & Restored BBC
The Royal Engineers Museum in Chatham, UK, has held a set of Sikh chain armour for over 50 years but it is so frail it has never been on public display.
Guru Angad: The Epitome of Obedience by INDERPREET SINGH
Today, the 4th day of the month of Assu (September 18), we celebrate the gurgaddi divas [The Coronation Day] of the Second Master.