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  1. I'm in need of good sources for Sikh History, such as Armour that was used, Forts(Name, and picture/description), Culture, and architecture (Design of the Fort / Influence) / Strategies, if anybody have good books that don't cost a lot, and preferably hard cover, and even accurate paintings/drawings. Many people argue about Sikh Turban Helmets, and equipment used, I heard that the Sikhs often used their own special Calvary techniques in battle, and at the times when the Misl's unified and became a Empire, they had many regiments and divisions, if anybody has any book that goes into extr
  2. Recently a member brought to my attention a thread on this forum which aims to denote the factual integrity of Saraghari as a myth. The essential crux, of this denotation, is that the British and Sikhs always re-wrote their losses in order to exhibit a sense of victory and self-proclaimed glory. In short, the initiator of the myths and facts analysis believes that the battle has been considerably hyped at the expense of his poor, yet silent suffering race. I could not resist going back to the history books again, and have written a rebuttal (if you may) to our doubting friend. I have used seve
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