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Indian Supreme Court Rejects Petition seeking Incorporation of Sikh History in School Syllabus

Supreme Court of India (SCI) on Monday (April 24) refused to issue any directions on a petition seeking incorporation of Sikh History in School Syllabus.

Bhai Ajmer Singh’s Book on Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha to be released on March 7 at Sarabha Village

A new book on Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha authored by Sikh Historian Bhai Ajmer Singh will be released at ancestral house of Shaheed Kartar Singh Srabha on March 07, 2017 (Tuesday).

Sikh Historian Bhai Ajmer Singh to introduce New Book on Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha on March 9 at Punjabi University

Sikh Historian Bhai Ajmer Singh will be introducing his book titled "Toofana Da Shah-Aswar: Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha" on March 09, 2017 at Punjabi University, Patiala. The Books is set to be released in coming days.

The Objective and Uniqueness of Sikh Shahadat (Martyrdom in Sikhi): by Bhai Ajmer Singh

Sikh Historian Bhai Ajmer Singh has shared a message with the Sikh Sangat with regard to Shaheedi Sabhas of Chamkaur Sahib and Fatehgarh Sahib explaining his perspective towards the objective and uniqueness of martyrdom (Shaheedi) in Sikhi.

Full Speech of Bhai Ajmer Singh At RCF Kapurthala on Guru Nanak Ji’s Parkash Gurpurab Samagam

Sikh Historian, Author And Intellectual Bhai Ajmer Singh addressed the Sikh Sangat at RCF, Kapurthala during a samgam organised to mark the Parkash Gurpurab of Guru Nanak Ji on November 14, 2016.

SIkh Historian Bhai Ajmer Singh Exposes Contents of Sahib-E-Kamaal Book by Lala Daulat Rai

Sikh Historian Bhai Ajmer Singh exposes the truth of Sahib-E-Kamaal Guru Gobind Singh Book by Lala Daulat Rai. This speech is worth listening to know that how the imago of Sikh Gurus is distorted by historians.

Distorting History: References to Sikhs Removed from Translated version of Book on Komagataru by Hugh Johnston

Rajwinder Singh Rahi, author of the book "Kaumagatamaru Da Asali Sach" has taken strong notice of the Punjab leftist sections for distorting the true facts whilst translating a book on Komagatamaru.

Rajwinder Singh Rahi’ book on Komagatamaru to be released on Sept. 28 at Chandigarh

A new book about the tragedy of Komagatamaur incident will be released on September 28, 2016 at Kisan Bhawan (Sector 35-A), Chandigarh.

Bhai Ajmer Singh on Babbar Akali Movement, Indian Nationalism and Distortion of Sikh History

Sikh intellectual and historian Bhai Ajmer Singh explains how the Sikh history is the Sikh symbolism, including the imago of the of Sikh Guru Sahib is being distorted in order to built the so-called Indian Nationalistic narrative.

A rare image of Chamkaur Di Garhi before being demolished for “KarSewa”

"Chamkaur Di Garhi", from where the unparalleled battle of Chamkaur Sahib, was fought by Guru Gobind Singh Ji with a handful of Singhs was sanding at Chamkaur Sahib till the first half of the last century but it was not able to see the present century.

Animation movie – Char Sahibzade – depicting Sikh history to be released in foreign languages also

Mumbai/ Ludhiana, India/ Punjab (February 23, 2013): According to media reports Bollywood Filmmaker Harry Baweja says his 3D animation film "Chaar Sahibzaade", on Guru Gobind Singh and his sons, will also be released in foreign languages.

Five member panel to re-write Sikh history – decides Shiromani Committee (SGPC)

Amritsar, Punjab (January 18, 2013): As per reprots the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has decided to get Sikh history re-written following research in this regard. As per information the SGPC has constituted a five-member committee, including Punjabi University, Patiala Vice-Chancellor Dr Jaspal Singh and historian Dr J. S. Grewal. SGPC Secretary Roop Singh will be the co-ordinator of the panel.

Sikh History featured at San Francisco Asian Art Museum

San Francisco, USA (October 8, 2012): According to a Sikh24.com news report a gallery featuring Sikh history through pictures and artifacts is currently at display at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, located on 200 Larkin Street.

Primary sources would explain true story of Gadhar movement – Former leftist giving ‘right’ turn to history

Ludhiana, Punjab (August 22, 2012): Gadhar movement was a vital historic event against British rule in India but it has been widely ignored after the transfer of power in 1947 that ended the British rule in this peninsula. Academicians and scholars gave a motivated turn to the history of the movement to make it fit for the agenda of building “single Indian nation” adopted by the Indian state. This process remained hidden for a long period in past but now the things are getting exposed.