It was a wonderful gloriously sunny day to trek fields the fields of the South Downs in Brighton for a memorial service at the Chattri Memorial yesterday (8th June).
The memorial is where 53 Sikh and Hindu injured soldiers brought over to hospitals in Brighton during the First World War were cremated.
The walk through fields on green is worth the pilgrimage to see this amazing monument which tells such a remarkable story.
An Ardaas was said for those who served and died – before speeches by local dignitaries.
This is a regular annual event, for more information visit www.chattri.com