It is an established fact that Indigenous and Muslim communities have traded, socialised and intermarried in Australia for three centuries. But the shared history between Aboriginal people, Sikh culture and religion is somewhat lesser known. Preetinder Singh Grewal reports...
Recent research by the Australian Sikh Heritage Association (ASHA) confirms the existence of Sikh connections to Western Australia’s Indigenous community that can be traced back over 160 years.
Tarun Preet Singh of ASHA is actively engaged in finding the missing links between Sikh and Aboriginal history.
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