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  1. This farmers protest has thrown up some curious developments. The most obvious is the way in which different regions and peoples have put aside past animosities and embraced each other. For example I never thought I'd see the day in which Haryanvis describe Punjab as their big brother but I've lost count how many times I have heard them say that over the course of the last few days. And.....then there is the curious case of the Nihangs. After they showed up at the Singhu border a few days ago Indian channels, especially South Indian channels who had never seen or heard of a nihang before, hav
  2. Due to a number of rising technical difficulties with Blogger, we have decided to return to our original Wordpress site.Tisarpanth on blogger, however, will still be available as an archive and will occasionally be updated. Winston Churchill once elaborated that to 'change constantly is to be perfect.' Our aim is to be perfect in our mission i.e. reflecting the Sikh past and relating it to the present. In this vein we have also now designed a site which will be much more accessible on SmartPhones and tablets etc. This is not the end of our journey, this is only the beginning. -Tisarpanth. h
  3. A bit of background on Sikh warriordom and Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji: http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2015/12/the-cherisher-of-humanity.html?view=magazine
  4. Jathedars of Sri Hazoor Sahib: http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2015/08/guardians-of-gobind_16.html?view=magazine http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2015/09/guardians-of-gobind-ii.html?view=magazine Budha-Dal: http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2015/03/mahakaal.html?view=magazine http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2015/05/mahakaal-ii.html?view=magazine
  5. I recently came across this article, its worth a read and surprisingly brilliant. http://prints.iiap.res.in/bitstream/2248/5294/1/On%20the%20historical%20significance%20of%20the%20total%20solar%20eclipse
  6. Did anyone ever know about this? http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2014/10/david-versus-goliath.html?view=magazine
  7. I was recently researching the history of Nanded (there is not much on it except in the 'Master's Presence') and decided to make a post about it. Here is the result: Hazoor Sahib and the Khalsa. 'Many people became martyrs there; and many houses for fakírs were erected in that place. Amidst them all, they erected a shrine over the Gurú[’s ashes], and, near his burying place, they made many other mausoleums and dharamsálas, and deposited Granth sáhibs in them. The name of that city, which was called Nader, was changed to Abchalnagar. In the present day, many Sikhs go there, and offer their
  8. Seeing NATO'S and USA'S surrender of their Afghan campaign, although kudos to the fact that they gave Islamic radicals a taste of their own medicine, I have decided to do a short article on Hari Singh Nalwa's conquest of Afghanistan. Presently I am doing an article on Nalwa himself, and would love to do a second one on his exploits in Afghanistan. I would like to incorporate and answer the following points in my article: - What makes Hari Singh's conquest of Afghanistan so different from prior conquests lead by the Macedonians and the Marathas? - What political, social and religious factors
  9. I will like to profusely apologise to the mods for abusing their familial lineage during my last tenure on this forum. I will also like to apologise to anyone else who I abused, threatened or intimidated. I assure you I will now stick to the rules of this forum and not digress from anything at hand. This is a recent article which I completed and posted upon my blog. I was highly frustrated by the lack of references or sources (written in the 21st century) detailing the activities of the Khalsa misls. One day I stumbled upon the memoirs of Major Henry Cour, an officer based in India during th
  10. Nice article on maharaj. http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2014/04/the-divine-sovereign.html?view=timeslide No pen can suffice to describe his greatness only attempts can be made.
  11. VJKK VJKF! One thing i dont get Sukha, its got Bhang (Cannabis, Weed, Marjiuana) in it, but Sikhs arn't allowed Drugs, so im confused on Sukha? Is it right? or is it wrong? VJKK VJKF
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