Bakshish Singh Diapluri Jatha – Parnaam Shaheeda Nu

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Bakshish Singh Diapluri Jatha – Motorcycle Walay

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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... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Amarjeet Singh Khemkaran

September 3, 2009 by  
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Shaheed Bhai Amarjeet Singh Khemkaran Shaheed Bhai Amarjeet Singh Khemkaran was born into the household of Sardar Kashmeer Singh & Mata Gurdeep Kaur in the year of 1953 in the village Khemkaran which nears the Pakistan border. Generally people hailing from the Majha area of Panjab are traditionally very fit, athletic and have strong muscular physique. Bhai Amarjeet Singh was no different, and due to this Bhai Sahib was accepted into the Panjab Police in 1972. In 1978 Bhai Sahib was married... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Baljinder Singh Chaunkiman

September 3, 2009 by  
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Shaheed Bhai Baljinder Singh Chaunkiman Shaheed Bhai Baljinder Singh Chaunkiman was born into the household of Bapu Gurmail Singh & Mata Dalbeer Kaur. Bhai Sahib at a very young age became interested in Sikh affairs and would often read the Sikh awareness magazines of that time with a great deal of passion. Bhai Baljinder Singh was in the 9th grade when he left school to join the ranks of Sant Jarnail Singh and began to take an active role in the Dharam Yudh Morcha. Bhai Baljinder Singh was... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Inderjeet Singh Jammu

September 3, 2009 by  
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Shaheed Bhai Inderjeet Singh Jammu Shaheed Bhai Inderjeet Singh Jammu was born on the 26th of January 1967 into the house of Bhai Gurcharan Singh Fauji and Bibi Amarjeet Kaur. Bhai Sahib’s family hailed from the village Batot, Guhar in the hill areas of Jammu & Kashmir. Bhai Sahib was the eldest of 6 brothers and sisters. Bhai Inderjeet Singh became attached to Gurbani at a very young age and at the tender age of 10 was often on the Gurdwara Sahib stages reciting poems of Jujharoo Singh’s... read more »

Shaheed Bhai Mengha Singh Babbar

September 3, 2009 by  
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Shaheed Bhai Mengha Singh Babbar “True Lord, may my body be a sacrifice unto your feet, Guru, father, may I not show my back in the field of battle, and may I be martyred battling the enemies of the faith. Guru, Father, have mercy on me, may the enemy’s bullets not hit my back, may I take them upon my chest. Satguru, do not think of my faults, please let me embrace your feet.” This was Bhai Sahib’s daily prayer before the Guru. When the time comes for a Sikh to give his... read more »

June 1984 – One Jujharoo’s Account

September 3, 2009 by  
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Jujharoo Singhs taking position before Operation Bluestar This is based on an interview with Bhai Sukhvant Singh Jalalabad, a prisoner in Nabha Jail. He fought in the June 1984 attack on Darbar Sahib. Bhai Sukhvant Singh began staying with Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale in 1982 along with 11 other young men from his village. Later, six of those Singh’s would become Shaheeds during Bluestar and the rest were arrested and sent to Jodhpur Jail. Bhai Sukhvant Singh was released in 1989 and joined... read more »

Operation Bluestar

September 3, 2009 by  
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Akal Takhat building after Operation Bluestar Chronology of Events A situation which could have been resolved without a shot being fired was allowed to deteriorate to the point where the sacred sanctity of a place of worship was desecrated in the most brutal way with death and destruction. In addition to the followers of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, thousands of innocent pilgrims who had gathered to celebrate a religious festival also lost their lives in the attack. The Akal Takht, the symbolic... read more »