This is a lovely memorial to all the Indian soldiers that died in the 1st World War. It is on the Sussex Downs on one of the walks. Once a year in June there is a very moving service held to remember the soldiers that gave their lives. People come to this from all over the country.
This is a place you can only get to by walking across the Downs as there is no road or car park nearby - and while this may present a challenge for some if people are able to take an approx 15 to 20mins walk across the Downs then its well worth doing so. Being away from the roads means... 更多
A monument to soldiers from the Great War from the Indian Peninsular (United India) who perished after being wounded. They were brought to one of the hospitals in Brighton and were not allowed their own burial rights until special dispensation allowed for their cremation in the South Downs. We will not forget them
This monument in what I think is Indo-Saracenic style (I'm open to correction!) marks and commemorates the open air cremation site of 50-60 Hindu and Sikh soldiers who had died of wounds sustained on the Western Front in 1915. They had been hospitalised in military hospitals around Brighton, including the Royal Pavilion. Their ashes were later scattered at sea in... 更多
Fascinating and poignant history and well-kept monument. You can get walk here in less than 2 hours from Brighton seafront, or about 20 minutes if you start from Patcham.
The Chatri was built for the fallen Hindu Soldiers in WW1, many of whom had been taken th Brighton's Royal Pavilion, which was used as a hospital during the war. It is in a very peaceful , beautiful setting on the downs near Patcham. With beautiful views across the South Down's.
This Indian war memorial just outside Patcham on the Sotuh Downs was tricky to find, but probably misreading signage was our fault! The final destination was so worth the walk. The views over Brighton are amazing and the memorial itself is beautiful and stand for so much. In memorium to the Indian and Sikh soldiers who died in the First... 更多
I've seen this from my bedroom window for years but only recently took the time to visit. An amazing location on the downs and very peaceful yet sobering. Worth the walk.
This special beautiful place is just so tranquil, and as it is the burial place for all the soldiers whom fought and were looked after in the Brighton, it's so special in so many ways, there is seating once you get up there and for walkers it's a beautiful enjoyable walk to, so take a pick nik with you but... 更多