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Saragarhi Film Receives Applause in Parliament


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14/11/2017
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    +Press Release 14th November 2017 Saragarhi film receives applause in Parliament On Tuesday 14th November 2017, the British Parliament resounded to a thunderous round of applause in honour of 21 native Indian soldiers who fought to defend British India on the unruly North West frontier in 1897. Parliamentarians, leading members of the British Indian community and representatives […]

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    Remembrance at the WW1 Sikh Memorial


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    05/11/2017
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    On Sunday 5th November 2017, we were joined by Lichfield MP Michael Fabricant to mark Remembrance at the WW1 Sikh Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum. The event is a regular event, held on the first Sunday of November and before the national Remembrance Day.

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    Forli War Cemetery


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    15/10/2017
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    It’s my absolute honour and a privilege to be working with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission as a trustee of their new foundation. As part of this endeavour, I’ve been visiting CWGC sites to discover more about the men from all over the Commonwealth who fought during WW1 and WW2. At Forli, I saw the […]

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    Rimini Gurkha War Cemetery


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    13/10/2017
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    On Friday 13th October I visited the Rimini Gurkha War Cemetery – to see the CWGC site and discover more about the Indian troops who fought in Italy. There’s more background and information via the Commonwealth War Graves site here.

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    Saragarhi: The True Story on Tour


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    01/10/2017
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    Our new film “Saragarhi: The True Story” has had a fantastic response so far – and it’s with pleasure we can announce we are going on tour to screen the film in the UK and abroad. More dates and information will be shared directly via our Facebook site, so do bookmark and join the page […]

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    Saragarhi Day media coverage


    Date
    17/09/2017
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    Lot’s of media coverage of Saragarhi Day 2017 and our film launch at the National Memorial Arboretum. Here’s a round up of outlets and media for you to share and enjoy: The Times – image picture above BBC News Channel – link to follow BBC Midlands Today – https://www.facebook.com/MidlandsBBC/videos/10155639365299761/ BBC East Midlands Today – link to […]

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    New Saragarhi film set to be released for 120th anniversary


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    02/09/2017
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    Press Release:  New Saragarhi film set to be released for 120th anniversary Following more than seven years of research and production, a long-awaited factual film about the epic Indian frontier battle of Saragarhi is being released to mark its 120th anniversary. “Saragarhi: The True Story” narrates, for the first time on film, the fate of […]

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    Saragarhi at United Services Institute Delhi


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    01/09/2017
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    Capt. J. Singh-Sohal delivered a guest lecture at the prestigious United Services Institute (USI) of India’s Centre for Armed Forces Historical Studies about the Battle of Saragarhi. The talk narrated the true story of the battle, as well as showcased for the first time moving footage of the modern site of the ruins itself in tribal Pakistan. […]

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    The Samana map by Taran3D


    Date
    21/08/2017
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    Samana and the placing of the strategic forts and outposts including Saragarhi, our partner Taran3D has done an amazing job of the visual graphic elements we’re incorporating to tell this story – here’s a preview of the raw map before topography data went in!

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    Royal Saragarhi


    Date
    16/08/2017
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    Royal Saragahi – why do we remember the battle? Because it speaks to our martial traditions as Khalsa! This was understood and promoted by HH Balbir Singh Bahadur, Raja of Faridkot when he installed these tablets containing Sikh scripture praising the Sikh warrior ethos at Saragarhi Gurdwara Ferozepur. Today, this post honours Punjab’s new Chief […]

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