The Saragarhi Tour 2014
The story of Saragarhi is an important one to appreciate – the battles which took place on the frontier are oft forgotten but form an important part of understanding why Sikhs fought for Britain and how their heroics not only protected India but cemented their reputation ahead of the Great War.
Having read, researched and written about Saragarhi we’ve unearthed many amazing facts, inspirational stories and never-before-seen images.
Only 75% of our research has been published in “Saragarhi: The Forgotten Battle” … the rest we will be sharing in our Saragarhi presentations and future documentary.
The tour presentation features original images from Saragarhi, satellite analysis of the terrain and the stories of those who fought on the Samana.
Journalist and filmmaker Jay Singh-Sohal will take you on a journey of discovering just what makes Saragarhi one of history’s greatest last stands.
The presentation includes a screening of one of our “Sikhs At War” films and a Q&A/book signing (as above) by the author.
We will announce in due course the location of these tours taking place in the New Year.
If you are interested in organising a presentation in the UK, USA, Canada or Europe as well please contact us directly via this email.