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History Live Today On Facebook 10am Pst - Sikh Treasures Around The World A Virtual Series! Tour 3


A little History of the Sikhs

We'll be streaming Live on Facebook July 8, 10am PST

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Tour 3:

We continue the London Edition with
A little History of the Sikhs

In our third and final tour in the London edition, London-based researcher,
Rav Singh, and Sonia Dhami of the Sikh Foundation explore locations in London and the rich stories
and treasures from Sikhi that they hold.

We will visit:

~The Khalsa Jatha British Isles, and explore the stories of the founding members

~Caxton Hall in Westminster and its associations with Udham Singh, Sophia Duleep Singh and the Maharaja of Patiala

~Statues commemorating the Suffragettes

~The British Museum and its collection of Sikh treasures

~Paintings at the National Liberal Club in Whitehall

Timing 10:00 am USA (PST); 6:00 pm UK; 10:30 pm INDIA

We'll be streaming Live on Facebook:

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A little History of the Sikhs

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The full playlist so far!! First 6 episodes!

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Dalvinder Singh Grewal

Jan 3, 2010
Why not the successors of Maharaj Ranjit Singh lay claim on Maharaja Ranjit Singh's territory (entire Punjab, entire J & K including Pok and Ladakh and Pakistan Punjab from the British since it was taken over by the British through treachery from Maharaja Dalip Singh.

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