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The Chattri

Patcham, Brighton, England
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Haunting tribute to a lost generation

Yes, If you game for a bit of a walk then stroll out from Patcham to this memorial to those from... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
John A
Brighton, United Kingdom
Peace personified

This beautiful marble memorial has got to be one of the most peaceful places in Brighton. I have... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Yes, If you game for a bit of a walk then stroll out from Patcham to this memorial to those from the Indian Sub-Continent that gave their lives in the Great War. Isolated on the Downs it is a place of history, tranquility and spirit...More

Thank John A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This beautiful marble memorial has got to be one of the most peaceful places in Brighton. I have absolutely no connection to the Sikh or Hindu community but have visited this special place many times. The views back to Brighton are amazing. I would highly...More

Thank Marky7512
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

we have walked once across the fields from the main A27/A23 turn off and once from the windmills "jack" carpark. Both are great quiet walks brilliant for dogs. The Chattri itself has lots of benches and visitor information. Really nice day walk to learn a...More

Thank Andrew W
Reviewed 7 June 2017

This was yet another of my 82 year old mothers "want to do before I die" ....desires after reading all about this monument in one of Brightons Authors (Peter James) books involving a murder mystery at Brightons Royal Pavillion. Apparently in the last war some...More

Thank valmargfrance24
Reviewed 11 May 2017

This was built to remember Indian servicemen who served in WW1 and was therefore built in an appropriate style. The drawback for some is that it can only be reached on foot. The shortest walk is from just off the roundabout where the A27- A23...More

Thank DataCollector
Reviewed 17 April 2017

A MUST for Brits of Indian origin. Not an easy memorial to find if you do not look hard for it, as signage is virtually non-existent. Make sure you go when the weather is dry (and not so windy!) as the memorial is in an...More

Thank Praful S
Reviewed 13 April 2017

The memorial to the WW1 servicemen from the Indian sub-continent who had been hospitalised in Brighton Pavilion is deep in the Downs with views towards the sea. This was the place where both Sikhs and HIndus were cremated. The monument is approached by a gentle...More

1  Thank Paula N
Reviewed 13 February 2017

There is easy parking just off the A23 and a signed posted walk with information boards. Its a good walk up the hill and then the Chattri comes into view.

Thank Melissa M
Reviewed 19 January 2017

It is quite a walk to the chattri but well worth the walk beautiful place full of wildlife very peaceful

Thank knowlesjo83
Reviewed 8 January 2017

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...More

Thank Leonora B
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