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Kultar’s Mime: New book tells the story of 1984 Sikh genocide

“KULTAR’S MIME” tells the stories of Sikh children who survived the Delhi massacre through a poem that grew into a play, made its way from Boston to Delhi ...

Kultar’s Mime: Young Sikh Director & Playwright Brings Truth About 1984 Sikh Massacre to Malaysia

Following sixty-six acclaimed performances in the US, England, Scotland, Canada, and India, “Kultar's Mime”, a devised play composed by playwright and director J. Mehr Kaur, heads to Malaysia from May 19 to May 27, 2016.

Kultar’s Mime at Hofstra University

A press release by the Sikh Research Institute (SikhRI) informs that the Kultar's Mime would be performed at Hofstra on Wednesday, October 28. It is likely to be last NY area performance.

Kultar’s Mime – 1984 Play heads to the 2015 Parliament of the World’s Religions in Salt Lake City

Kultar's Mime is a devised play that blends painting, poetry, theater and music to tell the stories of Sikh children who survived the 1984 Delhi Massacre in the wake of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination.

“Kultar’s Mime”: A Play About Four Children in the Aftermath of the 1984 Anti-Sikh Delhi Pogroms

Before watching the play, I have to admit, I knew nothing about the 1984 Anti-Sikh Delhi Pogroms, and that in India, this narrative is rarely spoken or heard about. It has largely been erased from India’s media coverage.

Learning never to forget – Kultar’s Mime depicts the aftermath of the horrific 1984 Sikh massacre

Kultar’s Mime, a dramatised long poem, not only depicts the painful aftermath of the 1984 Sikh carnage, but also brings to the fore the actual facts of the event. The piece, written by Sarbpreet Singh, is immersive theatre combining painting, poetry and music to tell the stories of children who survived the carnage in Delhi, which is said to have occurred in retaliation to Indira Gandhi’s assassination.

30 Years after 1984 Sikh Genocide, Sikh voice for Truth, Justice and Freedom grow stronger and Sophisticated

London: 30 years ago the Indian authorities were not content with their Genocide of the Sikhs in June and November 1984. There is written proof the Indian authorities also set about to malign Amritdhari Sikhs in India and abroad and do all they could to silence Sikh voices of protest in countries like the UK, Canada and Germany.

Kultar’s Mime heads to the UK

London: They are not looking for revenge. They are not looking to incite. The only statement that the play makes is that any violence against innocents is wrong.