I was asked to represent free Western youth and was carried on shoulders of huge Sikh men at head of column of @ 750,000 Sikh protesters supporting Sikh Rights against the Wolverhampton Bus Company in England against their decree that Sikhs could only work for them if they cut their hair and beards, discarded the turban and other Sikh sacred items. I raised my fist and cried "Freedom" and the cry echoed back in a roar from the strong voices all the way down the column. It was an amazing experience. I understand what rock stars get from their huge audience responses from that unforgettable surge of power that uplifted me in that moment. The Sikhs won. Cutting from Bombay Blitz April 12, 1969.