The ‘Sikh Genocide Memorial’ plaques being installed in various Gurdwaras across the nation

The Sikh Genocide Memorial plaque installed inside the Sikh Sabha Gurdwara, Lawrenceville, New Jersey
The Sikh Genocide Memorial plaque installed inside the Sikh Sabha Gurdwara, Lawrenceville, New Jersey

Starting in the latter half of 2014, Gurdwaras across America started to install the ‘Sikh Genocide Memorial’ plaque made specifically to commemorate the ‘Sustained Sikh Genocide’ by the Indian state on the Sikhs of Punjab. The following Gurdwaras are some who have already installed the plaques with pride and honored the memory of hundreds of thousands of their faith brothers and sisters who died in Punjab and elsewhere across India. Gurdwara congregations should be applauded for this show of true respect in a dignified manner, to memorialize the horror perpetuated upon them by the Indian regime.

  • Sikh Foundation of Syracuse, Syracuse, New York
  • Gurdwara Sachkand Darbar, Hamden, Connecticut
  • Sikh Study Circle, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Sikh Study Circle, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Chesapeake Gurdwara, Virginia Beach, Virginia
  • Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Opelika, Alabama

Additionally a few hundred plaques have already been installed at various businesses across the nation to honor all the Sikhs murdered in the ‘Sustained Sikh Genocide in India’.

If you are interested in these plaques please contact us or email us at contact@americansikhcouncil.org .

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