Canadian Sikh Heritage | Punjab – the people, the land, the legacy
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Punjab – the people, the land, the legacy

Exhibition Dates:

June 2012 – January 2013


Sikh Heritage Museum

The second exhibit at the museum entitled Punjab-the people, the land, the legacy featured paintings of early Punjabi settlers by acclaimed local Abbotsford artist Manjit Singh Sandhu. Mr.Sandhu painted individual images of some of the key pioneers who immigrated to Abbotsford, Canada in the early 20th century. The exhibit also featured Punjabi artifacts and family photographs.