U.K. unveiled sculpture to honour Indian soldiers

U.K. unveiled sculpture to honour Indian soldiers
 A sculpture in honour ofIndian soldiers who fought during World War I was unveiled in the town of Smethwick in the West Midlands region of EnglandGuru Nanak Gurdwara Smethwick had commissioned the Lions of the Great War monument, which depicts a turbaned Sikh soldier, to honour the sacrifices made by millions of South Asian service personnel of all faiths who fought for Britain in the world wars and other conflicts as part of the British Indian Army.

The 10-foot bronze statue was unveiled in Smethwick High Street to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the World War I in November 1918, also referred to as the Great War. The monument was part of a collaboration between the gurdwara and the local Sandwell Council.