Sikh Regiment Memorials Rediscovered in Israel!
Manbir Singh Banwait visited Haifa, Ramala and Jersalem the other day, and was surprised to see Gurmukhi script on war memorials in Israel. Sikhs have died world over for the liberty of many.
Thank you Manbir Sight Banwait ji & Sukhdev Singh Bedi ji.
This is the photo that I clicked of a painting/photo that I saw in Vancouver Cemetery, Canada. A photo article on the cemetery will follow.
Looking down the hill at Père Lachaise by Näkymä Père-Lachaiseen/ Public Domain
Paris Cemeteries & their Secrets: Oscar Wilde’s Tomb at Père-Lachaise By Marilyn Brouwer; Bonjour Paris;
Please click below to read the article: https://bonjourparis.com/history/paris-cemeteries-their-secrets-oscar-wildes-tomb-at-pere-lachaise/?utm_source=Bonjour+Paris&utm_campaign=5edfc2bdad-bonjour_paris_August06&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_306bdf7563-5edfc2bdad-294076481
My esteemed readers are invited to access my photo articles on this cemetery by clicking at the relevant links below:
(1) ‘Latticework in Pere Lachaise cemetery, Paris, France’ by K.J.S.Chatrath; http://gravematters.in/?p=1524
(2) “Pere Lachaise cemetery, Paris – graves of some extraordinary ladies & gentlemen” by K.J.S.Chatrath; http://gravematters.in/?p=199
(3) “Pere Lachaise cemetery, Paris” by K.J.S.Chatrath; http://gravematters.in/?p=63
(4) “Pere Lachaise cemetery, Paris, Part-II” by K.J.S.Chatrath; http://gravematters.in/?p=103