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  1. During the Misl Era, Panjab saw many invasions by Afghan forces, that would enter through Punjab, plunder the land of India and leave back through Punjab. The Sikhs at the time would attack these forces to free the slaves, and grab the loot. Sikhs, being the Sons of the land of Punjab, were well aware of the terrain and land. Sikhs followed methods which essentially are surgical operations. The entire method is summed up as 2 1/2 Phat. First Phat - Element of Surprise, This was the trademark of the attack. The enemy is struck unaware, and if the
  2. I am currently trying to find out more about Sikh misls and Empires, I used the vast internet but I want something physically or something I can see in person in Canada, I read a great book about Sikh Misl in English, and it'd be appreciated if you can list some Books in English or any type of museums / schools or places teaching Sikh History other than the Internet, also is it true that they're demolishing Sikh forts to make them into marble gurudwaras in India?!?! Do you think Reenactments of the Sikh empire can be possible or like a Stage show to educate Sikhs, just like the War of 18
  3. Life and martyrdom of Shaheed Sant Baba Deep Singh: One of the greatest ever Gursikhs Today on the 10th February 1758, one of the most outstanding and piv-otal figures in Sikh history attained shaheedi, whilst fighting in Amritsar. Sant Baba Deep Singh Jee was an embodiment of perfect virtues and epitomised the character of a Sikh. His life and what he achieved was nothing short of remarkable, and although he is primarily known for his unmatched feat in the Battle of Amritsar, his en-tire life is inspirational to Sikhs around the world. How did a Singh, aged 76 years old, pick up a sword wei
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