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  1. spnadmin

    Biography Of A Scholar: Kapur Singh, Conscience Of Punjab

    Kapur Singh: Maker of History by Major Gurmukh Singh http://www.sikhchic.com/our_heroes/kapur_singh_maker_of_history As June 4 approaches, the anniversary of BLUESTAR and all the tragic events that ensued, I thought the story of Karpur Singh is important. His career in politics and as...
  2. Luckysingh

    Charitropakhyan: Translation By Sardar Kapur Singh

    Below is an attempted translation of Sirdar Kapur Singh Ji's article on the story of Roop Kaur (21st Charitar) as found in Charitropakhyan. In it, Sirdar Sahib refutes the claims of modern scholars that the male protagonist of this Charitar is Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Charitropakhyan -...
  3. spnadmin

    First Sirdar Kapur Singh Memorial Lecture Held

    First Sirdar Kapur Singh Memorial Lecture held Gagandeep Ahuja Thursday, 20 January 2011 PATIALA:Punjab Historical Studies Department of Punjabi University Patiala organized the ‘First Sirdar Kapur Singh Memorial Lecture’ with the collaboration of Sirdar Kapur Singh Foundation Patiala...
  4. Aman Singh

    Kapur Singh Sirdar (1909 - 1986)

    Sirdar Kapur Singh was a civilian, parliamentarian and intellectual. He was master of many-sided learning Besides Sikh theology, he was vastly learned in philosophy,11istory and literature. He was born into a farming family, at the village Chakk in Ludhiana district on 2 March 1909. His...
  5. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    Sirdar Kapur Singh's. The Tale Of Truth. Really?

    The following three "truths" are written in Sirdar Kapur Singh's Saachi Sakhi..the Tale of truth... BUT NO "hard evidence" is presented..either by Kapur Singh or anyone else. Has nayone out there got any evidence on these. 1. The First "truth" Kapur Singh relates is about a Offical Letter from...
  6. Archived_Member16

    ‘Sikhs Through The Looking Glass’ Are They Stupid, Says Kapur Singh

    The learned author presents a deep insight into the ways of the Sikh leadership over the last five centuries and the hope that “like all living things, Sikhs want to live, they do not want to die”-Sirdar Kapur Singh Ladies and Gentlemen, Sikhs are a religious community and a political nation...
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    Nawab Kapur Singh Singhpuria

    Nawab Kapur Singh Singhpuria (1697 - 1753) A commanding figure who led Sikhs through the dark period was Nawab Kapur Singh, the founder of Dal Khalsa. Nawab Kapur Singh was born of a Virk family of jats in 1697. He is also known to history as Kapur Singh Faizullapuria. When Mughal rulers offered...
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    Sirdar Kapur Singh

    Sirdar Kapur Singh was a civilian, parliamentarian and intellectual. He was master of many-sided learning Besides Sikh theology, he was vastly learned in philosophy,11istory and literature. He was born into a farming family, at the village Chakk in Ludhiana district on 2 March 1909. His father's...
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