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Gateway to Sikhism


28th December

1711 Bhai Mani Singh's grandchildren accept shahadat in the war of Bilaspur, Himachal.
1844 A regency of ten Sardars was formed under Jawahar Singh as Wajir and Lal Singh as Commander-in-Chief of Sikh forces.
1849 Bhai Maharaj Singh was arrested from sugarcane fields of Pandori Nijjar and Jalbhe. This area is located between Adampur Doaba and Sham Chaurasi in Jalandhar district.
1929 All Parties Convention held at Calcutta where the Hindus refused to accept the rights of the Sikhs. will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.

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