"Sikh Art Gallery has been created with the goal to create education and awareness about Sikh History and heritage thru display of Sikh art. This place will also act as Resource center for all educational institutions and for local communities to provide education about Sikh history and heritage in correct narrative. Gallery also Aims is to provide platform and recognition to various Artists who makes Sikh art."
Swaranjit Singh Khalsa is Sikh Community Representative in Connecticut who is also serving City of Norwich as Board of Education Member. Khalsa is originally from Punjab (Occupied by India) and came to U.S in 2007. He did Masters in Computer Science from New Jersey and now runs gasoline and real estate business in Connecticut.
In 2017 Khalsa received Director of Leadership award from F.B.I Director James Comey and have been longtime Ambassador for U.S Attorney office in first responder training program about cultural competency.
Khalsa efforts of promoting cultural diversity thru Multi-Lingual Welcome Signs and thru recognition of various cultural days have been complemented at City and State level.
“This Place aims to preserve history and achievements of sikhs in Connecticut and serve as resource center.”
Manmohan Singh Bharara has been serving Connecticut Sikh Community for many years and was instrumental in Establishment of Sikh places of prayer and learning in Connecticut.
Currently he is serving as Chairperson of Gurudwara Sachkhand Darbar located in Hamden,CT.
He has been very involved in inter-faith activities and have done Advocacy for many Sikh issues at State level.
“Our Goal is to provide understanding of Sikhism and historical events related to Sikh history.”
Bakhshish Singh has been serving Connecticut Sikh Community for long time. He has served in Norwalk Gurudwara Management Committee in many roles and still very active in doing Sikh Advocacy.