Shaheed Bhai Paramgurpreet Pal Singh ‘Punia’

September 1, 2015 by  
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Born to Master Dhian Singh and Mata Gurmej Kaur, Bhai Paramgurpreet Pal Singh ‘Punia’ was the youngest of 4 children. Bhai Sahib had 2 elder brothers and one sister, his eldest brother Shaheed Bhai Ajegurpreet Pal Singh aka Babeki Singh was a Lt. General in the Bhindranwale Tigers Force of Khalistan (Sheena Group). Shaheed Bhai Paramgurpreet Pal Singh ‘Punia’ Bhai Punia being the youngest child was given the most affection and love from his family, he was a mischievous child... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Kulwant Singh Gumty

March 13, 2015 by  
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Shaheed Bhai Kulwant Singh Gumty was born into the Gursikh family of Sardar Surjit Singh and Mata Gurdev Kaur in December 1963, in village Gumty Kalan, district Bathinda. Bhai Kulwant Singh was educated till 4th grade at Govt High School (Gumty) and completed his middle education at Arya High School (Nabha) before returning to Gumty to complete 10th grade. During his high school years Bhai Kulwant Singh was a promising athlete and a state level Kabaddi player and whilst at T.P.D Malwa College Rampura... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Baljinder Singh Pandori

March 11, 2015 by  
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Shaheed Bhai Baljinder Singh was born in the village of Pandori Bibi, district Hoshiarpur. Bhai Baljinder Singh was the only brother of two sisters and grew up in a Sikhi environment and regularly visited Gurdwara Harkowal, where he would go to listen to Kirtan and Katha. Bhai Sahib’s father had had passed away during his childhood, leaving the mother to raise the family, which she did with great love and affection. Shaheed Bhai Baljinder Singh Pandori Bhai Baljinder Singh completed his metric... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Kulwant Singh Khukhrana

March 30, 2014 by  
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Among the fearless warriors hailing from the Malwa region of Punjab is Shaheed Bhai Kulwant Singh Khukhrana. Bhai Sahib was born to Sardar Pala Singh and Mata Bhagwan Kaur on March 1, 1961 in village Khukhrana, district Moga. Bhai Sahib had 4 brothers and 3 sisters, Bhai Sahib’s elder brother, Bhai Balwant Singh Khukhrana also attained Shaheedi in the Sikh Freedom movement. Bhai Sahib studied at the local village school in Khukhrana until 10th class. Upon passing 10th class Bhai Sahib took... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Navneet Singh Qadian

February 25, 2013 by  
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On April 20, 1961, Bhai Navneet Singh Qadian was born into a Gursikh family of village Qadian, district Gurdaspur, Punjab. His father was Sardar Tirath Singh and mother Bibi Ranjit Kaur. He was their only son and had two sisters. The entire family were Amritdhari Gursikhs. At a very young age, Bhai Sahib showed his yearning to learn about Sikhi and would often go to the local Gurdwara alone to carry out Seva and listen to Katha and Kirtan. When Bhai Navneet Singh was young, his mother went to see... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Beant Singh

October 31, 2012 by  
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There is a phrase in Punjabi, “Sootay Sher Nu kyon Jagauna” which loosely translated means why awaken sleeping Lions. Lions are known to sleep up to 20 hours a day, but it’s what they do when they’re awake that they are well-known for. When Sri Darbar Sahib was attacked, along with over 40 other Gurdwaras in Punjab, the Sikh world stopped in its tracks. Similar for thousands of Sikhs worldwide, the attack had a profound effect on Bhai Beant Singh. One might say that he too was a... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Baljit Singh Khela

April 22, 2012 by  
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The all-powerful almighty has given his people such a passionate fire for freedom that it burns away the shackles of slavery. The authoritarian governments throughout the history have tried to suppress this passion for freedom but the lovers of freedom have always fought for it, despite the tortures and brutalities of the government. After the wounds inflicted by the partition of their homeland, families, and places of worship in 1947, the Sikhs were again hurt in 1978 by the Nirankari massacre.... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Harjeet Singh Dhillon

January 30, 2012 by  
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Following the collapse of the Sikh Kingdom and subsequent British occupation of their homeland, the thirst for freedom and prosperity had not yet evaded the Sikhs. Whereas the people of Hindustan had been enslaved for hundreds of years under the evaders and rulers of Ghajni, Khilji, Lodi, the Mughal Empire, France and Britain, the Sikhs had only been under occupation for a total of 98 years, and that too amidst an ongoing struggle for freedom. During the British Raj, the Sikhs were the first to fly... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Sukhwinder Singh Sangha

October 25, 2011 by  
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Looking back at the glorious list of fallen Shaheeds in the Sikh struggle for Independence commenced by Sant Jarnail Singh Khalsa Bhindranwale, one name, which till the present day, still echoes around the areas of Amritsar & Tarn Taran is that of Bhai Sukhwinder Singh Sangha. Shaheed Bhai Sukhwinder Singh Sangha Bhai Sukhwinder Singh Sangha was born to Sardar Gulzar Singh & Mata Mahinder Kaur on the 3rd of February, 1965 in village Sangha, District Tarn Taran. Bhai Sahib was the eldest... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Manjit Singh aka Museebat Singh

October 11, 2011 by  
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One day as Bhai Manjit Singh and his mother where sat in their family home, Mata Kartar Kaur jokingly remarked “since you are always causing trouble we should really address you as Museebat Singh” to which Bhai Manjit Singh replied “as you wish mother, from now on I’ll be known as Museebat Singh…” Shaheed Bhai Manjit Singh aka Museebat Singh Bhai Manjit Singh aka Museebat Singh was born in 1956 and was one of 3 brothers, with elder brother Bhai Darshan Singh and younger brother Bhai Surinder... read more »

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