Canadian Sikh Heritage | Ghadar 100 Years Later
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Ghadar 100 Years Later
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Exhibition Dates:

September 2013 – January 2014

Location:

Sikh Heritage Museum[/mpc_textblock]

[mpc_textblock content_width=”100″ font_size=”16″]The Ghadar exhibit, commemorating the Centennial since the inception of the movement (1913-2013), looked at how the movement advocated and demanded an independent India free of British rule. This was done mostly by gathering intelligence forces, by in sighting the passions of those in the diaspora through the power of the word and through the power of print.[/mpc_textblock]
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