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Senior Journalist Jaspal Singh Sidhu on Komagatamaru Da Asli Sach book at Calgary (Canada) [2017]

A book titled Komagatamaru Da Asli Sach, book penned by Rajwinder Singh Rahi, was released in Calgary (Canada) on September 17, 2017. Senior journalist Jaspal Singh Sidhu introduced the book to the audience.

Book ‘Komagata Maru Da Asli Sach’ (The Real Story of Komagata Maru) Released in Calgary

A book, ‘Komagata Maru Da Asli Sach’ (The Real Story of Komagata Maru) authored by eminent writer Rajwinder Singh Rahi in Punjabi language released in Calgery.

New Book on Komagatamaru Tragedy to be released in Milpitas and Stockton (USA)

A book on the tragedy of Komagatamaru will be released in Milpitas and Stockton in USA on 19 February and 26 February respectively.

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.

Senior Journalist Karamjeet Singh on New Book ਕਾਮਾਗਾਟਾ ਮਾਰੂ ਦਾ ਅਸਲੀ ਸੱਚ

A book titled: "ਕਾਮਾਗਾਟਾ ਮਾਰੂ ਦਾ ਅਸਲੀ ਸੱਚ" (Komagata Maru Da Asli Sach), penned by Sikh Historian Rajwinder Singh Rahi at Kisan Bhawan Chandigarh on September 28, 2016.

Komagata Maru Da Asli Sach (ਕਾਮਾਗਾਟਾ ਮਾਰੂ ਦਾ ਅਸਲੀ ਸੱਚ) by Rajwinder Singh Rahi

S. Rajwinder Singh Rahi is a Sikh author and historian. His book ਕਾਮਾਗਾਟਾ ਮਾਰੂ ਦਾ ਅਸਲੀ ਸੱਚ (Komagata Maru Da Asli Sach) was released at Kisan Bhawan, Sector 35-A, Chandigarh on September 28, 2016.

Bhai Ajmer Singh on Book Komagata Maru Da Asli Sach (ਕਾਮਾਗਾਟਾ ਮਾਰੂ ਦਾ ਅਸਲੀ ਸੱਚ)

S. Rajwinder Singh Rahi is a Sikh author and historian. His book ਕਾਮਾਗਾਟਾ ਮਾਰੂ ਦਾ ਅਸਲੀ ਸੱਚ (Komagata Maru Da Asli Sach) was released at Kisan Bhawan, Sector 35-A, Chandigarh on September 28, 2016.

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.

Rajwinder Singh Rahi on Hindutva concept of Bharat Mata

Samvad, a discussion forum, held a seminar on Nationalism in Contemporary Context on April 9, 2016 at Punjabi Bhawan Ludhiana. Historian S. Rajwinder Singh Rahi shares his views while taking part in the discussion.

Exclusive Interview about Life and Achievements of Paash with Rajwinder Singh Rahi

In this interview Rajwinder Singh Rahi, formerly known as Rajinder Rahi, has analyzed life and achievements of Paash as well as his approach towards Naxlite and Sikh struggle in Punjab.

Recent work by Sikh scholars challenge historiography of gadhar movement by leftists & Indian nationalists

Jalandhar, Punjab (August 20, 2013): In the centenary year of formation Ghadar Party, a heated academic debate is on, which started a couple of years ago, about the interpretation and understanding of this movement especially its orientation. Interestingly, two former radical leftists ( Naxalites) have authored books on the Ghadar movement - which also includes retrieving original and forgotten writing of the Ghadarites (members of the party) - to give a 'right' turn to the history of the Ghadar Party that was formed in 1913 in California.

Introduction to Gadhar Movement (by Rajwinder Singh Rahi) [Qaumi Masle – EP 15]

This Episode (1) shall provide basic introduction about the Gadhar Movement and would cover issues like: How, When and Why Sikhs migrated to America/Canada or other countries? What were the circumstances that led to the rise of Gadhar Movement? What was inspirational force that motivated these Sikhs to took part in the Gadhar Movement. What were the reasons behind the failure of the Gadhar, besides other related issues.

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.