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Heritage Anglo-Sikh Heritage Trail - Upcoming Events

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    The Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail sponsored many educational talks each month in various parts of the United Kingdom. Here are some that you can still attend if you act soon.

    We will be including these and future events sponsored by the ASHT on the SPN Calendar on a regular basis in the coming days.




    An introduction to Indian Arms & Armour
    Date From: 26/9/2009 to 26/9/2009
    Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 Come and see a range of Indian arms and armour, including Sikh pieces, and find out about warriors and warfare, decoration and design, history and tradition...



    Anglo Sikh Heritage Day
    Date From: 26/9/2009 to 26/9/2009
    Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 A fascinating talk and other activities illustrating the history and characters whose lives would intertwine Sikh history with that of East Anglia...



    Water Stirred with Steel
    Date From: 25/9/2009 to 25/9/2009
    Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 For centuries British observers have commented on the unique spirit of brave gallantry which defines the Sikhs as amongst the finest soldiers in the world...



    Empress, Mother, Widow
    Date From: 24/9/2009 to 24/9/2009
    Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 The discovery of Maharani Jind Kaur's tombstone at Kensal Green crematorium poignantly highlighted her sojourn and eventual death in London...



    Gardner Sahib
    Date From: 23/9/2009 to 23/9/2009
    Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 Maharajah Ranjit Singh was ruler of the Sikh Kingdom of the Punjab and surrounding territories from 1801 until 1839...



    Power & Propaganda:
    Date From: 23/9/2009 to 23/9/2009
    Summary: In search of Jindan, The Last Maharani of the Punjab Heritage Shared 2009 From the last Maharani of the Punjab to the first Sikh woman to settle in Britain, Jindan's life spans the most turbulent and intrigue-filled times of the Lahore Court...



    Tales of the Lion
    Date From: 20/9/2009 to 20/9/2009
    Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 This children's storytelling session captures episodes from the fascinating life of Maharajah Ranjit Singh known as the ‘Lion of Punjab'...



    The Empress & the Rebel
    Date From: 19/9/2009 to 19/9/2009
    Summary: Heritage Shared 2009 An open air talk the in the palace where Queen Victoria and Maharajah Duleep Singh often met, author of ‘The Maharajah's Box' Christy Campbell relates the dynamics of the interaction between the Empress of India and the rebel Prince who dared to challenge her Government's treatment of him...
     
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