Semi-gloss Posters

Battle of Saragahi

The Battle of Saragarhi was fought during the Tirah Campaign on 12 September 1897 between twenty-one Sikhs all born in Majha region of the 4th Battalion (then 36th Sikhs) of the Sikh Regiment of British India, defending an army post, and 10,000 Afghan and Orakzai tribesmen. The battle occurred in the North-West Frontier Province, which formed part of British India. It is now named the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and is part of Pakistan.

The contingent of the twenty-one Sikhs from the 36th Sikhs was led by Havildar Ishar Singh. They all chose to fight to the death. The battle is not well known outside military academia, but is "considered by some military historians as one of history's great last-stands". Sikh military personnel and Sikh civilians commemorate the battle every year on 12 September, as Saragarhi Day.


These posters will show the Sikhs contributions using historic photographs and quotes from British military officers. 

We developed these posters for you to proudly display them so that you can see and remember the contributions of the Sikhs.


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Size 18"x24" - Part Number cbs1
Size 24"x36" - Part Number dbs1
Size 32"x48" - Part Number fbs1

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Size 18"x24" - Part Number cbs2
Size 24"x36" - Part Number dbs2
Size 32"x48" - Part Number fbs2

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Poster Specs

  • Semi-gloss photographic paper

  • Durable ink

  • Sized for  standard  framing