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West Punjab, East Punjab.... We want our Khalistan.

We want our Khalistan.

Another striking image I found while browsing Wikipedia: a portrait of the Sikh Maharajah Ranjit Singh (1780 –1839), called "Sher-e-Punjab" ("The Lion of Punjab").

Maharajah Ranjit Singh, The Lion of the Punjab November 1780 – 27 June was the founder of the Sikh Empire, which came to power in the Indian subcontinent in the early half of the century. The empire, based in the Punjab region, existed from 1799 to

"I cannot teach you how to pray in words. God listens not to your words save when He Himself utters them through your lips. And I cannot teach you the prayer of the seas and the forests and the mountains. But you who are born of the mountains and the forests and the seas can find their prayer in your heart, And if you but listen in the stillness of the night you shall hear them saying in silence, "Our God, who art our winged self, it is thy will in us that willeth."  Kahil Gibran

🌟Guru Nanak Dev Ji🌟 “Burn worldly love, rub the ashes and make ink of it, make the heart the pen, the intellect the writer, write that which has no end or limit.” ~ Guru Nanak Dev Ji Beautiful artwork by 🙏

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Waheed Gul on

“Passport for a new nation of

Shaheed Bhai Jai Singh chose DEATH over touching a bag containing TOBACCO Bhai Jai Singh ‘Khalkaat’ was a honest hard working Sikh living in the village of Mughalmajra about 5km on the Patiala to Sirhind Road. Read More:http://barusahib.org/general/shaheed-bhai-jai-singh-chose-death-touching-tobacco/

Bhai Jai Singh ‘Khalkaat’ was a honest hard working Sikh living in the village of Mughalmajra about on the Patiala to Sirhind Road.

India, too, is spawning a new generation of deniers who minimize the army attack on the Golden Temple as well as the army occupation of 40 other gurdwaras of the Sikhs throughout Punjab in 1984.  They also deny the violence – by all credible accounts an attempted genocide – that occurred in the capital city of Delhi and other towns across India. |  Sikhpoint.com

Scene of Akal Takht (The Abode of Almighty )in 1984 .

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