Today was Armistice Day, I had the pleasure of joining servicemen and women at the Sikh Chaplaincy Conference in London to network and hear about British Sikh history.
It was a pleasure to be able to introduce various elements of the proceedings including introducing two very notable individuals - the Adjutant General of the British Army and an engaging historian Kiran Kaur Rana.
As with the rest of our nation, the act of Remembrance was undertaken and silence held to remember those that fought and died for us during the Great War.
The event also saw the attendance of Sikh War Veterans, a rare breed of warrior becoming rarer still every passing year. Let us always remember their heroics.