Indus Media Foundation: A portal for Punjabi history in Canada

Indus Media Foundation: A portal for Punjabi history in Canada

Want to learn more about the history of Punjabi culture in Canada?

Langley-based Indus Media Foundation is a registered non-profit society that seeks to foster an appreciation for Punjabi culture while underpinning multiculturalism through the reconciliation of Canada’s traditional heritage and values with those of the Punjabi diaspora.

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Image from a World-War-I-era postcard showing Soldiers of the King and Allies in Paris on July 14, 1916. Photo: Indus Media Foundation.

Visit the Indus Media Foundation web site to explore a range of exhibits, articles, publications and event listings related to Punjabi heritage in Canada.

Recent exhibits include:

  • Duty, Honour & Izzat – A series of exhibits commemorating the contribution of Indian soldiers in the First World War and their shared history with Canada.
  • Defenders of the Crown – A series of permanent exhibits installed at key public heritage venues to showcase the Punjabi community’s shared heritage with Canada.
  • Brothers-in-Arms: The Battle of Vimy Ridge – An art piece that reinterprets World-War-I history through an inclusive lens.

For more information, visit Indus Media Foundation.