A Romala is a piece of cloth used to fold and envelop the scriptures in Sikh temples and is a symbol of holy respect. This Romala belonged to the Rev. Dr. Inderjit Bhogal, a retired minister in the Methodist Church, who has roots in the Sikh faith. It is printed in gold and embellished with metallic sequins.
The Romala was presented to Inderjit Bhogal by his mother on being elected President of Conference for 2000-2001. It was shown by the Museum in its landmark 'Leadership on a Journey' exhibition (2021), exploring Methodist leadership in the 21st century.