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Defenders Of The Faith : Dharam De Rakhwale

Apr 29, 2005
Defenders Of The Faith : Dharam De Rakhwale

Immortal Productions alongside Tigerstyle and XS-Bass proudly present their latest addition to the revolutionary Shaheedi series: DEFENDERS OF THE FAITH.

This album has been inspired by the formidable sacrifices of Sahibzada Ajit Singh, Sahibzada Jujhar Singh, Sahibzada Zorawar Singh and Sahibzada Fateh Singh, the four pillars of our glory.

The inspiring vocals, haunting music and the spine tingling lyrics provide a blend that is unmatched anywhere. The Amrit that Guru Ji blessed to his beloved 5 flows through each and every track, as they take us on a journey where unimaginable pain, anguish and agony was suffered by our fallen brothers and sisters.

Yet, as the title suggests, countless Defenders of our Faith rose and with gleaming weaponry, followed the path of retribution with perfect precision. The traditional Punjabi Dhad, Sarangi and Kaveeshar fused with contemporary music pay a fitting tribute to them, and instill an overwhelming sense of pride within us.

Available at Vaisakhi celebrations. The Album can also be purchased from the Immortal Productions website at

Press and media can claim a free copy from immortal productions team. Just email to Trade enquiries should also be referred here.


Guru Maneo Granth! Deg Teg Fateh!
Panth Kee Jeet! Raaj Karega Khalsa!
Khalistan! The reality with Guru Ji's blessing.

The CD will be available this weekend at the following events -

Sikh Cultural Society Parade in New York City

Coventry Vaisakhi Mela

Wolverhampton Vaisakhi Mela

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