The photos that caught my attention were those of a group from the National Army Museum's 'War and the Sikhs' project. This has involved training up members of the Sikh community as living history re-enactors (as the 15th Ludhiana Sikh Regiment, who will be travelling around the country doing educational events commemorating the Sikh contribution to World War I - more details on the NAM website.
The following photos come from The National Army Museum.
|The big feller was obviously 'excused boots'!|
|Other re-enactors are available...|
Anyway, I'm going to bump my Perry Sikhs back onto the painting list. (I put them on one side when the Analogue Painting challenge started last December, and haven't revisited them since). It doesn't mean that they'll get done, but it's nice to remember that they're there!