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Gateway to Sikhism
Principal Campaigns and Battles
Taku Forts
1868 Abyssinia
1878 - 80 Afghanistan
1878 Peiwar Kotal
1879 Charasiah
1897 Kabul
1897 Chitral
Predecessor Units
15th (Pioneer) Regiment of Punjab Infantry
(1857 - 1861)
23rd Bengal Native Infantry
(1861 - 1864)
23rd (Punjab) Bengal Native Infantry (Pioneers)
(1864 - 1885)
23rd (Punjab) Bengal Infantry (Pioneers)
(1885 - 1901)
23rd Punjab Pioneers
(1901 - 1903)
Successor Units
1st/3rd Sikh Pioneers
(1922 - 1929)
Corps of Sikh Pioneers
(1929 - 1933)
(1933 - 1941)
Reraised as The Sikh Light Infantry
(1941 - 1947)
Post-Independence Fate
To India

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