1978 Amritsar

Shaheed Bhai Harbhajan Singh Bhattian

Bhai Harbhajan Singh Ji was born on 17 April 1947 in the village of Bhattian in Gurdaspur. His father, Sardar Jagat Singh, was a very Gursikh soul, committed to the Khalsa way of life from 1923-24. Whenever anyone asked Bhai...
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1978 Amritsar

Shaheed Giani Hari Singh Amritsar

Giani Hari Singh was born on June 17, 1923, in the village of Jandawale, Tehsil Kharian, Gujrat. His birth coincided with the commencement of the Kaar Sewa of the Amritsar Sarowar. His mother's name was Mata Bhag Kaur, and his...
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1978 Amritsar

Shaheed Bhai Pyara Singh Bhungruni

Bhai Pyara Singh, a devoted Gursikh, born on 2 February 1954 to Sardar Kishan Singh Ji and Mata Bhago in the village of Bhungruni in Hoshiarpur, had a remarkable journey in life. He had two sisters and two brothers; one...
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1978 Amritsar

Shaheed Bhai Kewal Singh Hoshiarpur

Bhai Kirpal Singh was born on 9th March 1953 in Premgarh, Hoshiarpur, to Sardar Amar Singh and Mother Satia Kaur. His early childhood was spent in Hoshiarpur, and in 1960, he relocated to Calcutta with his father, who operated a successful...
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1978 Amritsar

Shaheed Bhai Raghbir Singh Bhagupur

Bhai Raghbir Singh was born in the village of Bhagupur in Patti, in the district of Amritsar, on 10 March 1949, in the household of Sardar Nawab Singh Ji. He received his education in his native village until the age...
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1978 Amritsar

Shaheed Bhai Avtar Singh Kurala

Avtar Singh Ji was born in 1912 in the village of Kurala, situated in the Hoshiarpur district. His mother's name was Dhan Kaur, and his father was named Bhai Bhagwan Singh. In his formative years, he received his education at...
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1978 Amritsar

13 April 1978 Amritsar Massacre

On the 13th of April 1978, the Akhand Kirtani Jatha assembled from across India in Amritsar to hold their annual Vaisakhi Smagam. The day began with Kirtan recitations at dawn, but around 10 o'clock, disturbing news reached them. The message...
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1978 Amritsar

The Aftermath April 1978 Massacre

On the morning of April 14, 1978, the day following the tragic incident, the law enforcement team led by the Senior Superintendent of Police and Deputy Commissioner conducted a thorough search of the Nirankari Bhavan premises. During the search, they...
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Human Rights

Punjab in Crisis

Violence between separatist Sikh militants and government forces in Punjab has escalated to unprecedented levels, claiming thousands of civilian lives. Since 1984, the security forces have adopted increasingly brutal methods to stem the militant movement, resulting in widespread human rights...
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Articles

Sikh’s contribution in Indian Freedom Movement and promises made with them

Sikhs played a significant role during India's independence struggle from the British, even though they were just 2% of the Indian population demographics. According to the figures provided by Maulana Abul Azad, President of the Congress Party after the Independence...
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