Where the #Sikh American ‘Peach King’ thrived and seeded a legacy

In a little over a month, the largest celebration for the Sikh American community will take place in Yuba City. It’s a town of 70,000 souls in Sutter County, about 40 miles north of Sacramento. But on the first weekend of every November, the population more than doubles as some 100,000 Sikh Americans from all over the country gather for a festival and parade.

Source: Where the Sikh American ‘Peach King’ thrived and seeded a legacy – Los Angeles Times