Anglo Sikh Wars: Battles, Treaties and Relics launch

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Anglo Sikh Wars project launched Newarke Houses Museum, Leicester, 14th October 2016 For many years, the fabled diamond known as the Koh-i-noor has received much interest from both India and the UK. The diamond was taken by the British as part of a treaty initiated after the Anglo Sikh Wars. It is these wars that are a focal point of a ...

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International Sikh Research Conference showcases the depth in global Sikh research.

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ISRC 2016 held at the University of Warwick was a major success. The third International Sikh Research Conference (ISRC) showcased the research of University students as well as seasoned scholars of the Sikh faith. The conference was convened by Harjinder Singh Lallie (University of Warwick) and Gurinder Singh Mann (Director of the Sikh Museum Initiative). The event followed on from ...

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Rebuttal of Gurdarshan Singh’s attack on Charitropakhayan (Part III)

Maharaja Ranjit Singh listening to the two sacred Granths being recited near Sri Harimandir Sahib. (A Painting by August Theodore Schoefft (1809-1888), made in Amritsar. From Princess Bamba Collection)

Continuing from Part II Rebuttal of Gurdarshan Dhillon’s comment about Sikh Scripture Sri Dasam Granth Gurdarshan Dhillon name calls Sri Dasam Granth because of Charitropakhayan. He is totally wrong as he has not understood its purpose. Charitropakhyan is a plot created by Guru Sahib in which there is an account of stories told by the wise minister to his King ...

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Rebuttal of Gurdarshan Dhillon’s comment about Sikh Scripture Sri Dasam Granth (Part II)

Gurdarshan Singh Dhillon, Sarna Brothers with Home Minister Rajnath (BJP).

Continued from earlier article. Lies of Gurdarshan Dhillon Rebutted about Sikh Scripture, Sri Dasam Granth Gurdarshan Dhillon mentions names of two persons Mr Wilkinson and Mr Malcolm in the video above posted article whom he alleges for having planted Sri Dasam Granth in Punjab. Mr Dhillon does not even know the name of Mr Wilkins as he calls him Wilkinson. ...

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State sponsored massacare of innocent Sikh Pilgrims – Pilibhit we’ve forgotten

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When a CBI special court awarded life imprisonment and hefty fines last month to the 47 policemen held guilty of a 1991 fake encounter in Pilibhit, in which 10 Sikh pilgrims were gunned down, attention was drawn to an equally horrifying — but largely unknown and forgotten — incident of human rights violation inside the Pilibhit district jail on the ...

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