The Anglo Sikh treaties of 1846 The ending of the first Anglo Sikh War resulted in the Treaty of Lahore (9th March 1846), Sikhs were made to surrender the valuable region (the Jullundur Doab) between the Beas River and Sutlej River. The Lahore Durbar was also required to pay an
Anglo Sikh Wars pop up exhibition University of Warwick, Coventry, UK Saturday 17th June 2017 The annual International Sikh research Conference (ISRC) 2017 highlighted the contribution of scholars to the study of Sikh studies. Convened by Gurinder Singh Mann and Harjinder Singh Lallie at the University of Warwick, a number
BBC Asian network interview by Nomia Iqbal with Gurinder Singh Mann and Amarpal Singh Sidhu. The Anglo Sikh Wars exhibition was discussed together with the importance of the Anglo Sikh Wars. Click on the link below. Exhibition runs until 4th June 2017 www.anglosikhwars.com www.sikhmuseum.org.uk
The Anglo Sikh wars exhibition and project was discussed on the Akaal Channel on 3rd March 2017. The show featured SMI’s Gurinder Singh Mann, Taranjit Singh and Kartar Singh.
Background Ranjit Singh, (1780-1839) was born in Gujranwala and became Maharaja (1801–39) of the Sikh kingdom of the Punjab. Ranjit Singh was the first Indian in a millennium to turn the tide of invasion back into the homelands of the traditional conquerors of India, the Pashtuns (Afghans), and he thus