Goodbye 2012 We've had a blast!

Wow what an awesome 12 months it's been for LookASingh!

LookASingh has become my most popular site in 2012 and it will continue to grow throughout 2013. My favourite Singh that's been spotted is Gotham Singh.

LookASingh has had just under 60,000 hits this past year, with 341 Singhs that have been spotted on TV, Newspapers and Magazines, an unbelievable amount I'm sure you'll agree!

The most popular Singh on LookASingh is The Olympic Ceremony Canadian Singh which has had over 800 hits alone!

I would also like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support and to everyone who has spotted a Singh, I love you all!

Here's to 2013 and let's make it a brilliant year!

Look! A Singh! joins Instagram

In an aid to increase user engagement and retention Look! A Singh! is now on Instagram.  I'm currently manually posting to Instagram and Facebook which has had an improvement on engagement.

follow us on Instagram! i might even send you a free Samosa!

Look! A Singh! on Instagram

50,000 Pageviews!

Earlier this week Look! A Singh! reached a huge milestone and achieved 50,000 page views. I'm sure you will agree with me that this is a huge milestone for a site thats only been live since January 1st.

Thank You!

Twitter Header

I've added a Twitter header image, the same one as I've got on the Look! A Singh! Facebook Page.

The image is special to me, the EastEnders Singh is 1st Singh posted on

A 1000 Thank You's!

Earlier this evening Look! A Singh gained its 1000th follower on Twitter.

I would personally like to thank you all in all your support that we have received over the past 11 Months.

I would send you all a Samosa if I could!

Blog Update: Contact Page

I've added a new Page on Look! A Singh!

I realised that I've never actually explained how uses can send me Singhs, so I've created a contact page -

I'm also contemplating allowing users to upload photos directly to the site.

Stats Update October 2012

It's been a busy few months at Look! A Singh! and the stats have been through the roof!

Page Views: 40,000! Woooo a huge number with help from @KhalSir

Twitter: 907 Followers

Facebook: 204 Likes

Spotted: 249 Singhs with the Canadian Olympic Singh still being the most popular

London Olympics 2012 Overview

Wow, 2 weeks have really flown by huh? it's also been a busy time for @lookasingh where I've had the busiest time since setting up the site.  The amount of Olympic Singhs spotted and the hits that has had has been through the roof!

Throughout the Olympics, including Torch bearers there have been :-

45 Singhs spotted on TV with 21 in July and 24 in August.
6 Singhs have been spotted at the Olympic Opening Ceremony.
6 sets of Singhs have been spotted at the Olympic Closing Ceremony including The Dhol Foundation and Virsa Punjab Bhangra Group as shown below.

Overall it's been a great Olympics for Sikhs with so much exposure on worldwide television, espically after the recent incident in Oak Creak.

lets all keep our fingers crossed for Kabaddi in 2020

Facebook Comments

I've removed the standard Blogger comments and replaced them with the Facebook Comments plugin.

I'm hoping that this will increase user engagement on Facebook.

Batman Begins Singh #GothamSingh

Back in 2009 Christopher Nolan sparked off a whole new generation of Batman fans with the release of Batman Begins. Those who have seen it know it's a story centred around billionaire Bruce Wayne's journey from an lonely orphan to the superhero Batman.

The film is also famous within the Sikh community for another reason. Part way through the film, as Bruce arrives at a Hotel and bumps into Rachel, you'll see something surprising familiar in the background.

A Sikh wearing a black Turban and a suit has made it on camera behind Katie Holmes, he has now been immortalised and now known as "Gotham Singh". I know that Batman Begins is just a story and of course there are Sikh extras in hundreds of movies, but what makes this special is that Gotham is a fictional city and within the context of the story it's great to see that there are Sikh's within Gotham City.

This also sparks a whole new set of questions.....

- Where is Gotham Singh in The Dark Knight and Dark Knight Rises?

- Where was the Singh going?

- Are there more Sikhs in Gotham?

- Where is the Gurdwara is located in Gotham City?

- Did the Gotham Sikh community pull together and protect the Gurdwaras when Bane and his men took over the City?

- Does Gotham City have it's own Sikh Channel?

If you have any more unanswered questions regarding Gotham Singh then post them below or tweet me @LookASingh

Error 404 Page

I've customised the Error 404 page to something a bit more friendly

Stats Update

The busiest day so far on Look! A Singh! with over 1700 pageviews


Retweeted by Sukshinder Shinda & Jazzy B


 Look! A Singh! has found its 100th Singh - Eastenders Singh via @KhalSir has been registered and been switched over from  This automatically redirects.  The RSS Feed has been updated also.

Stats Update

Look! A Singh! currently has 104 followers on Twitter and 143 Likes on Facebook where 72 Singhs have been spotted on UK Terrestrial TV, so much more than I thought there would be!


I've registered the twitter account @lookasingh and facebook page hoping to get some interest with like minded users.


 I registered the Blog Look! A Singh! as a personal project to track and log all Singhs on year throughout 2012.
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