The UK Punjab Heritage Association has launched a major new on-line exhibition exploring 150 years of the Anglo-Sikh relationship. Empire, Faith and Kinship online exhibition explores eight key events, from the rise of the Sikh kingdom of Lahore in 1801 to the settling of the Sikh Diaspora in Britain in the 20th century.
: Sikhs and the British Empire
: Sikhs in Britain - The Making of a Community by Gurharpal Singh / Darsham Singh Tatla. Book examines the complex complex Anglo-Sikh relationship that led to the initial Sikh settlement and the processes of community-building around Sikh institutions such as gurdwaras. It explores the nature of British Sikh society.
: The Sikhs in Britain: 150 Years of Photographs by Peter Bance. "Peter Bance's new and fascinating book is a lavishly illustrated portrayal of the social history of the Sikhs in Britain and their contribution to British society. He captures their struggles and successes through the stories of individuals; from early Sikh immigrants and labourers brought over on colonial ships by wealthy nabobs to travelling salesmen at the turn of the century, from rich visiting maharajahs to the modern Sikhs of today"