Canadian Sikh Heritage | The Spirit of Hola Mohallah
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The Spirit of Hola Mohallah

Exhibition Dates:

June 2013 – September 2013


Sikh Heritage Museum

The Sikh Heritage Museum, located in the National Historic Site Gur Sikh Temple unveiled its fourth official exhibition, “The Spirit of Hola Mohallah” on Sunday, June 30th, 2014.

“The Spirit of Hola Mohallah” featured the photographs of Maninder Singh Sodhi of Ambala, Punjab. Maninder, a keen photographer, has been visiting the festival of Hola Mohallah for the last 13 years. This photo exhibition was the result of his passion to capture the Spirit of Hola Mohallah at its best. The second part of the exhibition features the pioneering family of Dalip Singh Gill, a pioneer who arrived in BC in the early 20th century.