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Heritage: First World War Sikh soldiers. Supporters say soldiers should be given a regiment to take pride in History Of India, London History, World War One, First World, Commonwealth, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Religion, Brighton

Man'S Turban Stolen In Southampton Race Attack

Sikh and Indian soldiers with drawn swords, France, ca. 1915. The sword has a special significance for Sikhs. To learn more see the SikhMuseum.com Exhibit - Doctor Brighton's Pavilion

Restored Photo - British Indian (Sikh) Soldiers were extensively used by the… British Indian, British Army, Pax Britannica, Boxer Rebellion, History Of India, Photo Restoration, Vintage India, World Religions, Indian Army

Restored Photo - British Indian (Sikh) Soldiers were extensively used by the British Army during the Boxer uprising as, with the concurrent long running Boer troubles in Africa, there simply weren't enough white Britons in uniform to go around. The Sikhs gained a reputation for good soldiering, but were feared for their harsh brutality and aggressive looting. This picture shows an infantryman with a Chakram circular blade on his turban, ready for use.

Shastar Vidiya - Sikh Martial Art - Nidar Singh Nihang, the last surviving master. Indiana, Martial Artists, Kali Martial Art, Indian Martial Arts, Costume Design, Samurai, The Incredibles, Costumes, Poses

Nidar Singh Nihang is the last surviving master of Shastar Vidiya, a Sikh martial art

Soldier, 15th Sikhs Second World, First World, Colonial India, Age Of Empires, History Of India, Vintage India, Army Uniform, Indiana, World Religions

Soldier, 15th Sikhs, India Pc Johnston & Hoffman

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Khudadad Khan - The First South Asian recipient of the ‘Victoria Cross’ (British medal for bravery) in Hollebeke, Belgium. World War One, First World, Commonwealth, Bengal Lancer, British Medals, Age Of Empires, Indian Army, British Army, North Africa

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KHUDADAD KHAN, Sepoy. 1914; Hollebeke, Belgium. The first South Asian recipient of the VC.

"The Akali of the Sikhs,"   The Akali army was called the Akal Sena or Akal Fauj but was informally known as the Budha Dal or army of Baba Budha Ji. Its primary function was to defend Sikhism and all who sought the protection of the Sikhs from the then oppressive Mughal empire which had tortured and executed the fifth Guru, Arjandev. It was his son, Akali Guru Har Gobind, who engaged the Mughal forces in four battles and gained four victories. Indian Sword, Punjabi Culture, Mughal Empire, Historical Art, Indian Art, Art And Architecture, Buddhism, Religion, The Incredibles

"The Akali of the Sikhs," The Akali army was called the Akal Sena or Akal Fauj but was informally known as the Budha Dal or army of Baba Budha Ji. Its primary function was to defend Sikhism and all who sought the protection of the Sikhs from the then oppressive Mughal empire which had tortured and executed the fifth Guru, Arjandev. It was his son, Akali Guru Har Gobind, who engaged the Mughal forces in four battles and gained four victories.