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Saragarhi Day media coverage


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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


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    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


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    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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    Saragarhi: The True Story releasing 12 Sept 2017!


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    14/08/2017
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    Saragarhi: The True Story releasing 12 Sept 2017!

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    Saragarhi site to be revealed in New Delhi talk


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    23/07/2017
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    We’re proud to announce that Capt. J. Singh-Sohal will be delivering a guest lecture at the prestigious United Services Institute (USI) of India in a month’s time about the Battle of Saragarhi. The talk will take in the untold but true story of the battle, as well as showcase for the first time moving footage […]

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    Haughton’s Grave Rediscovered


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    17/07/2017
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    During our filming for “Saragarhi: The True Story” we have been delving deep into two leaders who’s courage and duty proved crucial on the Samana in 1897. One was Havildar Ishar Singh, about whom very little is know. The other is the commanding officer of the 36th Sikhs, Lt Col John Haughton. Haughton’s life and […]

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    Saragarhi Live – Full Collection


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    08/07/2017
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    During the course of producing the “Saragarhi: The True Story” documentary, we have undertaken several Facebook Live streams from various places associated with the battle.  Below is a summary of our videos for you to enjoy: Saragarhi Live: Haughton’s Memorial   Saragarhi Live: The Heliograph   Saragarhi Live: Amritsar Memorial   Saragarhi Live: The Martini […]

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    Saragarhi talk at Southall Cadets


    Date
    06/06/2017
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    We had a fantastic time visiting Southall and speaking about the battle of Saragarhi to 193 Cadets (Army Cadets) and 1846 Squadron (Air Cadets). The group of young people were between the ages of 12 – 18, and they were given insight into the battle and got to handle the Martini Henry mk IV rifle. […]

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