27th August 1922 Piara Singh Langeri, ex-Ghadrite, participated in the General meeting of the Akali Dal. He influenced the Sikhs to take up arms and became an integral part of the Babbar Akali Jatha, under ...
29th December 1705 Battle of Mukatsar (1705). 1885 Baba Ram Singh Namdhari passed away. 1923 Sadha Singh of Pandoori Nijjaran dies during the trail. 1925 Babbar Varyam Singh Kot Fatuhi Hushairpur accepted Shahdat.
20th January 1706 Guru Gobind Singh Sahib reached Talwa(n)Di, where he set camp, outside the village, is the location of Gurduara damdamaa Sahib. dam damaa means breathing place. That is take a breather after ...
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