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  1. Harry Haller

    India The Many British Connections To Massacres Of Sikhs

    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="100%" border=0> <TBODY> <TR> <TD id=tdTextContent class=DetailedSummary> Murky British connections to the Indian government's attack on the Golden Temple in Amritsar in 1984 have fuelled demands for full disclosure in UK and India. Prime Minister David...
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    Events Chronicle Of Sikh Massacres (viii) Hindu Dogras Betray The Sarkar Khalsa Of Maharaja Ranjit Singh

    After Maharaja RANJIT SINGH—Betrayal by Dogra Brothers----[Suchet Gulab and Dhyan Chand Jammu Dogras]-&---Purbia Hindus-Eastern UP- 1839 A.D - 1849 A.D. The turbulent years Photo 1 is image of Gulab Singh Dogra Photo 2 is image of Suchet Singh Dogra Photo 3 is image of Maharaja Ranjit...
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    Events Chronicle Of Sikh Massacres (vi) Execution Of Banda Bahadur With 15,000 Sikhs

    IRON RULE of BANDA SINGH BAHADUR The name of Mukhlispur was changed to Lohgarh, and it became the capital of first Sikh state. Banda ruled over the region bounded on the north by Shiwalik hills, on the west by river Tangri, on the east by river Jamuna, and in the south by a line passing...
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    Events Chronicle Of Sikh Massacres (xi) Gangsar Sahib

    Saka Gangsar Sahib At the time of accession to throne on the 25th January, 1912 A.D., Maharaja Ripudaman Singh, after performing the prayer to Guru Granth Sahib, had himself donned the sword, symbolising authority to rule. He did not get some British officer to bestow on him the symbol...
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    Events Chronicle Of Sikh Massacres (v) Zakariya Khan

    Chronicle of SIKH MASSACRES-V- Zakariya Khan - 5000 Sikhs The Sarbat Khalsa became a real force. Under its instructions Jathedars formed small bands of warriors. Many more bands of Sikh were operating in different parts of the province. The combine strength of these Jathas was enough to...
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    Events Chronicle Of Sikh Massacres (ix) Nankana Sahib Lahore

    Saka Nankana Sahib -1920-Lahore Main Instigator- MAHANT NARAIN DASS Before you read this article it is important to mention that the control of SIKH Gurudwaras under Mughal Administration was passed on to HINDU PUNDITS NOT Sikh Priests -why so is another long story. This is one of...
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    Events Chronicle Of Sikh Massacres (x) Guru Ka Bagh

    Saka Guru ka Bagh -Gurdwara -Amritsar-1922 Main Instigator-Mahant Sundar Dass At Guru-ka-Bagh, twenty kilometres from Amritsar, Sikhs' capacity for suffering and resistance was put to further trial after freeing many Gurdwaras through peaceful resistance. Sundar Das, the mahant...
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    Events Chronicle Of Sikh Massacres (vii): The Great Sikh Holocaust Vadda Ghallughara

    The Great Sikh Holocaust: Vadda Ghallughara, the Great Holocaust of 1762. Betrayed by AQIL DAS The Great Holocaust of Sikh history is known to Sikhs as Vadda Ghallughara estimates of 25,000 to 50,000 Deaths The second Ghallughara called the Wadda (major) Ghallughara occurred on 5th...
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    Events Chronicle Of Sikh Massacres (iv) Mir Mannu

    Barbarity of Mir Mannu 1748 A.D. - 1753 A.D. Mir Mannu became the new governor of Lahore and Multan on the 9th April 1748 A.D. He appointed Kaura Mal as his new Diwan. After setting right the administration of his province, he deployed army patrol to finish the Sikhs of his province...
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    Events Historical Jihad Interlude: Massacres Of Sikhs In 1746 And 1762

    Once again, it is important to point out that the jihad did not begin in September 2001, and it is not aimed soley, or even mostly, at Christians in North America and Europe. The jihad has nothing to do with the existence of the state of modern Israel, or the existence of the United States...
  11. K

    The 1947 Massacres From The Book Migration Of Sikhs 1947

    Source: 1947: Comments The 1947 Massacres from the book Migration of Sikhs 1947 Date: 3/25/2006 Comment We all know that the riots of 1947 were the worse that the Sikhs faced in the last century. Sikhs in 1947 lost all their property, money and many lost their lives. They chose to live in...
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