This exhibition traces the journey of the Sikhs from rural Punjab, to modern day Britain. Developed by the Nishkam Civic Association in Handsworth, it explores how and why Sikhs have travelled to, and settled in Birmingham and the Black Country.

Using personal stories and research, the exhibitions uncovers the challenges Sikh migrants have faced and the supportive communities they have developed, as well as examining cultural and religious identities and how these have adapted over the decades, as part of integration.

This project serves as a reminder of how Sikhs have flourished and contributed to the UK.