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    Battle Of Sirhind

    Battle of Sirhind Sirhind the town located in Punjab India, which was the unfortunate witness to the the martyrdom of the two younger sons or chotta sahibzada of Guru Gobind Singh in 1704. Wazir Khan, its Subadar (Governor) at the time had vowed to finish off the Sikhs, 'root and branch'...
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    Sikhism Battle For The Khyber Pass By Tejwant Singh

    Behind the Battle for the Khyber Pass by Tejwant Singh To buy visit website: Home Page - Tejwant Singh - Battle for the Khyber Pass I have always been fascinated by the Khyber Pass, which lies near my boyhood home in Punjab. Today, America, Pakistan and...
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    Sikh In WW1 - First Battle Of Ypres 1914

    The Sikhs charged magnificently. They got into the town, and the houses were the scenes of many a hand-to-hand fight. One big Sikh brought back three prisoners. He had cornered eight Germans in a room, he said, and went for them with the cold steel. Five of the enemy he killed outright. Asked...
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    Sikh Temple Vote A Battle Of Two Generations

    ROBERT MATAS SURREY, B.C. — From Saturday's Globe and Mail Published on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2009 12:00AM EST Last updated on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2009 3:19AM EST A hotly contested election tomorrow at Surrey's Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara, one of Canada's largest Sikh temples, has...
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    Is There Solution To Kirpan Battle?

    I have been getting all kind of info on this subject of Kirpan for a while. What I see is that in general Sikhs want to avoid the facts. They think by using Sikh faith they can hide the reality. What we don't realize that the opposite party have all the facts and they decide on that basis...
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    The Battle Of Aliwal

    i was just reading about the battle of aliwal and found the figures to be different at two place here is a link Battle of Aliwal - The Sikh Wars Battle of Aliwal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia wikipedia shows the number of Sikh soldiers to be 20 thousand and the other site is showing...
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    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom Indira Gandhi's Last Battle

    Into The Temple, With Boots On Operation Bluestar was a ******, avoidable desecration Not a blaring horn was heard, not an overladen, toiling truck, nor an ambling bullock cart were seen along the Grand Trunk Road on the morning of June 5, 1984, hours before the army entered...
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    Sikhism Gatka - Blade Battle

    YouTube - Blade Battle YouTube - Blade Battle 2
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    Sikh News Sikh Family Loses Court Battle

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — A Sikh family lost a court battle Monday in Muslim-majority Malaysia for the right to cremate one of their relatives after officials said the man had converted to Islam years before his death. The case threatens to revive complaints among non-Muslims that their...
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    Islam Banned Islamists Fighting Twin Battle

    Banned Islamists fighting twin battle Isambard Wilkinson, Foreign Correspondent Last Updated: June 21. 2009 1:28PM UAE / June 21. 2009 9:28AM GMT...
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    Guru’s Sojourn

    June 10 went unnoticed though it is an important date in history, for on this day in 1707, people of Delhi were waiting with bated breath for the outcome of the battle of succession between the sons of Aurangzeb – Prince Muazzam and Prince Azam. The former had proclaimed himself emperor at...
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    Battle Of Goojerat

    Battle of Goojerat The final battle of the Sikh Wars, in which Gough’s Army of the Punjab methodically destroyed the last Sikh army. War: Second Sikh War. Date: 21st February 1849. Place: In the Punjab in the North West of India. Combatants: British troops and...
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    Events The Battle Of Chillianwallah

    The Battle of Chillianwallah The battle notorious in early Victorian Britain and India for the conduct of Brigadier Pope’s brigade of light cavalry. Battle: Chillianwallah. War: Second Sikh War. Date: 13th January 1849. Place: In the Punjab in the North West of India...
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    Battle Of Ramnagar

    Battle of Ramnagar The savage skirmish on the banks of the Chenab River that led to the deaths of General Cureton and Colonel Havelock of the 14th Light Dragoons. War: Second Sikh War. Date: 22nd November 1848. Place: In the Punjab in the North West of India...
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    Battle Of Sobraon

    Battle of Sobraon General Gough’s hard fought victory over the Sikh Army, on the banks of the Sutlej River, that ended the First Sikh War. War: First Sikh War. Date: 10th February 1846. Place: In the Punjab in North...
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    Battle Of Aliwal

    Battle of Aliwal Described as the 'near perfect battle' and scene of the spectacular charge by HM 16th Queen's Lancers. War: First Sikh War. Date: 28th January 1848. Place: In the Punjab in the North West of India...
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    Battle Of Ferozeshah

    Battle of Ferozeshah The second battle of the First Sikh War: Gough’s rash and disorganised assault on the Sikh camp at Ferozeshah. War: First Sikh War. Date: 21st December 1845. Place: In the Punjab in the North West of India. Combatants: British troops and...
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    Battle Of Moodkee

    Battle of Moodkee War: First Sikh War. Date: 18th December 1845. Place: On the south bank of the Sutlej River in the Punjab in North West India. Combatants: British troops and Indian troops of the Bengal...
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    General Battle Of Saragarhi

    The Battle at Saragarhi is one of eight stories of collective bravery published by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization). It has been mentioned as one of the five most significant events of its kind in the world which includes the Saga of Thermoplyae...
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    Sikh Wars

    Battle of Saragarhi Battle of Saragarhi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "The Battle of Saragarhi was fought during the Tirah Campaign on 12 September 1897 between twenty one Sikhs of the 4th Battalion (then 36th Sikhs) of the Sikh Regiment of British India, defending an army post, and 10,000...
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