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SMI Oct 18
will be at Guru Tegh Bahadur Sikh temple on 23rd October at 5pm organised by part of
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Leicester Museums Oct 16
and exhibition looks at the stories of people who fought for women's suffrage including Alice Hawkins, Emmeline Pankhurst and Sophia Duleep Singh. Opens 27 October
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SMI Sep 27
Great lecture on Sikh relics by Vir Singh Sahitya Sadan. Visit
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SMI Sep 14
relics and artefacts lecture 17th September at 4pm by Vir Singh Sahitya Sadan
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St Philip's Centre Sep 11
Another great review of Tom & Riaz's book - Baptist Ministers Journal July by Ronnie Hall. 'I would recommend this book to any chaplain....and any minister..struggling working with other faiths...the pathway from St Philip's will help foster good will and understanding.'
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National Museums Scotland Sep 5
that the last ruler of the Sikh Empire lived at Castle Menzies in Perthshire? Maharaja Duleep Singh was born in Lahore in 1838. The East India Company deposed him 11 years later. Learn more about this story on 30 October:
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Anisha Kaur Johal Aug 28
The Contemporary Sikh Art Exhibition...what an insightful, informative & educational exhibition. Check out my review to find out more
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SMI Aug 22
See our interview with Sikh artist creating amazing calligraphy on canvas.
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SMI Aug 20
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SMI Aug 17
Replying to @aisfestival @sonytvuk
Come and see virtual Sikh relics as part of the open air cinema showing at we will be there from 5pm.
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SMI Aug 14
Come and see us showcasing our funded project on Virtual relics part of open air cinema
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SMI Aug 1
Replying to @RiNnyRiO @ArtSikh
Thanks You work added a great new dimension to the exhibition.
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MBD Jul 27
What an amazing night for the launch of Empire Soldier A South Asian story. Great turn out and some amazing feedback. Huge thanks to
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Kiran Jul 27
when we don’t have written history to interpret then we have to look at other things to help reconstruct characters, especially for women because if we don’t tell their side of their story we end up missing out of half of history - brilliant lecture by
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MBD Jul 26
Great feature on for our latest VR exhibition Empire Soldiers: A South Asian Story. Exhibition is free and runs until 6th August
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Gurinder Singh Mann Jul 23
Great to be featured in regarding the and project on the virtual museum
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SMI Jul 22
Thanks for covering the exhibition we love the video.
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SMI Jul 21
Great lecture on Sikh women in history by intro by report and pictures at
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SMI Jul 21
Replying to @bimcic @priyaatwal
Thanks for coming and taking part.
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Priya Atwal Jul 21
Had a great time sharing a feminist perspective on the history of the Sikh Empire last night for . Couldn’t have asked for more switched on audience & so cool to meet inspiring women like Kiran pioneering great heritage projects!
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