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Akhali Phula Singh

Discussion in 'History of Sikhism' started by Neutral Singh, Jun 25, 2005.

  1. Neutral Singh

    Neutral Singh
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    There were many warriors who kept high the symbol of unflinching will of Khalsa. There were many who followed Khalsa for personal glory to win estates, etc., but Nihang Akali Phula Singh was one of the few examples whose only purpose was to serve Khalsa and keep the Nishan Sahib flying high. Akali Phula Singh was born January 14th 1761 in a village named Shinh in Amritsar. Akhali Phula Singh was the jathedar of the Akal Takhat. It was he who pronounced punishment of whiplashing to Maharaja Ranjit Singh which he accepted readily. Akali Phula Singh laid down his life fighting in the battle of Naushera.
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