This is a list of Sikh Statues from around the world. Some of these Sikh statues are of Sikh Soldiers and rulers while other were constructed for various other important reasons. This list is in no particular order.
1.Maharaja Duleep Singh in Thetford, UK
2.Sikh Guardian Statue, George Town in state of Penang in Malaysia
The common belief among the natives is that Sikhs are loyal saviors and protectors of humanity.
3.General Zorawar Singh in Leh, Ladakh.
General Zorawar Singh conquered the difficult lands of Kashmir, Ladakh, and Tibet when he was general under Maharaja Ranjit Singh of the Sikh Empire.
4.Home Secretary Teresa Unveils War Hero Statues at National Sikh Museum Derby UK
5.Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Statue at Sikh Heritage Museum in the UK
6.Sikh Statue in Forli, Italy in honor of Sikh Soldiers of the World Wars, Statue by World Sikh Shaheed Military Yaadgari Commitee
To honor 300 years of Khalsa and the sacrifice of Sikh soldiers during World Wars, the City of Ieper together with the European Sikh Community organized a Celebration of Peace on Sunday 4 April 1999 at Cloth Hall in Ieper, Belgium.
7.Mohinder Singh Pujii in Gravesend UK
Pujji was among the 24 officers from Indian Air Force sent to Britain in 1940 to fly with the Royal Air Force, which was fighting the Luftwaffe during the Battle of Britain and desperately needed pilots (the RAF at that time already had 13 direct-entry Indian officers). These Indian officers were placed in different squadrons in RAF’s fighter, bomber and coastal commands and flew rhubarb missions.
8.Sikh Soldier statues in front of 1939 Grave in Singapore at the Bukit Cemetary
The Belief of the Chinese people who lived here was that after a person dies the Sikh Statues guard the soul against evil.
9. Sikh soldiers represented on a pedestal of the statue erected to Earl Minto, Viceroy to Indian between 1905 and 1910. Victoria Memorial, Kolkata, India