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SUCHCHANAND (d. 1710), a Khatri official in the court of Nawab Wazir Khan, faiydar of Sirhind, was instrumental in the execution of Sahibzada Zorawar Singh and Sahibzada Fateh Singh, Guru Gobind Singh`s two younger sons aged nine and seven respectively. The Sahibzadas and their grandmother, Mata Gujari, had been betrayed...
SINGAPORE SIKH MISSIONARY TRACT SOCIETY, renamed Sikh Missionary Tract Society, Malaya, in 1941 and Sikh Missionary Society, Malaya, in 1946, when it was reactivated after having remained dormant during (lie war in the East, was registered on 9 March 1940, with its offices at 175, Queen Street, Singapore. The founder...
KANSA Kansa, Kesi and Chandura were not equalled by anyone; They did not comprehend the Lord, therefore they were dishonoured. (Gauri M. l, p. 225) Kansa was the son of king Ugrasena of Mathura, whom he deposed and usurped his throne with the help of his father-in-law Jarasandha, the king...
GURU KI DHAB, also known by its old name of Doda Tal, is north of Jaito (30°26`N, 74°53`E). Guru Gobind Singh passed through here travelling from the nearby village of Saravan during his journey westward from Dina in December 1705. The tdlor dhdb, lit. a large pond, came to be...
GILLMORE, an English deserter from British army who came to Lahore in 1833 and entered the Sikh service. He attained the rank of colonel and commanded a regiment. He married a Kashmir! Muslim woman and had children by her. He died of cholera at Lahore and was buried in the...
DASAUNDHA SINGH, BHAI (1892-1921). one of the Nankana Sahib martyrs, was born on 28 August 1892, the son of Bhai Hira Singh and Mai Man Kaur of village Haripur, in Jalandhar district. The family later migrated to Chakk No. 91 Dhannuana in the newly developed canal district of Lyallpur, now...
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