‘THE QUEST CONTINUES: LOST HERITAGE The Sikh Legacy in Pakistan’ is an exploration of Sikh legacy in 90 cities and villages across Sindh, Balochistan, West Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa & Pakistan Administered Kashmir. Provides an insight to an almost forgotten rich legacy that was abandoned in the partition of 1947.
Amardeep Singh has done a fascinating work tracing the images of Sikh history. His pictures come alive at every step. I can almost hear the footfalls of time.
Where did it begin from, I do not wish to forget
In frenzy do I return, in search of those footprints
Unearths historical sites, community spaces and memories long forgotten in Pakistani discourse and often, in contemporary Sikh imagination. Serves as a stunning yet tragic reminder of the multicultural pre-partition history of this land.
Anam Zakaria, Author of ‘Footprints of Partition’
Through his on-going quest, Amardeep has produced yet another evocative volume that brings to life the forgotten legacy.
Prof Tan Tai Yong, President, Yale-NUS College