There is a sizeable population of Sikhs in Singapore, originally employed chiefly in the police and military forces. Sikhs are mostly large bodied and powerful. In regiments in armies of countries, such as India, they are considered to be the most courageous and often highly decorated. No wonder that their statues were often installed as guardians of the graves of rich and powerful deceased of Singapore.
The last image in the series of the Choa Chu Kang Cemetery.
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