This book is a compilation of twenty six papers and articles relating to the UK’s Sikh and Punjabi community. The papers were presented at university seminars in the USA, UK and India. The articles were published in The Tribune, Sikh Research Journal, Ajit, The Asian, Des Pardes, Panjab Times and Indians Abroad and Punjab Impact. The context is the rise of Sikh resistance to the Moghul invasion and oppression, the annexation of the Sikh Raj of Punjab by the British, India’s independence movement, the partition, post-independence Punjab crises and some contemporary issues. The book overviews the process of migration, settlement and focuses on the dynamics of development of the Sikh/Punjabi/Indian/South West Asian community in the UK. It provides a perspective on the political philosophy and unique leadership of the founders of the Sikh Faith. It analyses some of the contemporary dimensions of the Sikh and Punjabi Studies in the UK. It also covers aspects of identity issues, racial prejudice and their impact. This compilation provides a basis for further research, analysis and development.