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Singh# I disagree. Udham Singh was a Sikh freedom fighter, he wasn't to know what treacherous behaviour was to take place in the future. He avenged Jallianwala Bagh and showed the goray that they co

Great Sikh freedom fighters? Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Guru Hargobind Ji, Guru Har Rai Ji, Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji, Guru Gobind Singh Ji Baba Ajit Singh Baba Jujhar Singh Baba Zorawar Singh Baba Fateh

sant jarnail singh khalsa bhindranwale

WaheguruJiKaKhalsa WaheguruJiKiFateh.

Haha, nice joke. Your title "Who Were Some Great Sikh Freedom Fighters", Udham Singh etc. was not a Sikh Freedom fighter, he was a Indian Freedom Fighter, there is a difference between Indian and Sikh... Is he was a Sikh Freedom fighter we would have Khalistan, not staying in Corrupted, Racist India.

Bhul Chuk Maaf.

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Singh# I disagree.

Udham Singh was a Sikh freedom fighter, he wasn't to know what treacherous behaviour was to take place in the future. He avenged Jallianwala Bagh and showed the goray that they couldn't just do that and get away scot free. Look at how today, so many people bowl around who have butchured Sikhs. If there were more Sikhs like Udham Singh this sh1te wouldn't happen.

Bhagat Singh was not a Sikh feedom fighter by most accounts (except Bhai Randhir Singh's). He was a Marxist from a Sikh background.

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Great Sikh freedom fighters?

Guru Arjan Dev Ji,

Guru Hargobind Ji,

Guru Har Rai Ji,

Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji,

Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Baba Ajit Singh

Baba Jujhar Singh

Baba Zorawar Singh

Baba Fateh Singh

Baba Deep Singh

Bhai Daya Singh

Bhai Dharam Singh

Bhai Himmat Singh

Bhai Mukham Singh

Bhai Sahib Singh

Banda Singh Bahadur,

Mai Bhago

Master Tara Singh

Bhai Fauja Singh

Sukhdev Singh Babbar

Sukha+Jinda

Sant Jarnail Singh Khalsa "Bhindranwale"

Bhai Beant Singh

Bhai Satwant Singh

All countless others who have sacrificed their lives for the Khalsa Panth

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All countless others who have sacrificed their lives for the Khalsa Panth

one to add is....

Akali Nihang Sukha Singh Ji, who saved the khalsa during the 18th century!!

baba sukha singh was also the 3rd gurdev of the Akali Nihang Baba Darbara Singh shastar vidiya akara.

baba sukha singh ji learnt the vidiya in 2YEARS!! soo amazing, baba sukha singh was the best at shastar vidiya!

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Out of 2,175 Martyrs 1,557, (75 percent), were Sikhs, out of 2,646 Indians sent to Andamans for life imprisonment 2,147,(80 percent), were Sikhs, out of 127 Indians who were hanged 92, (80 percent), were Sikhs, out of 20,000 who joined the INA under Bose 12000, (60 percent), were Sikhs, 500 Babbar Akali Lehar martyrs were all Sikhs.

Bhul Chuk Maaf,

WJKK WJKF

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Shut up!! the post reads SIKH FREEDOM FIGHTERS!!!

The 13 singhs thats got mytered in 1978 amritsar

Ram Singh ji was a great mahaan gursikh from our Sikh history. Only the Namdharis have distorted our history and put a title of "Guru" under bhai saahib. Ram Singh ji did not declare himself as a guru, it was the people after he had passed away that put this false title on him.

He has done a lot as a SIKH for the freedom movement at that time against the british.

Ya, that should say Bhai Ram Singh Ji NOT Guru.

Hope that clears it up :)

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Guru Ram Singh Namdhari

Shut up!! the post reads SIKH FREEDOM FIGHTERS!!!

The 13 singhs thats got mytered in 1978 amritsar

Ram Singh ji was a great mahaan gursikh from our Sikh history. Only the Namdharis have distorted our history and put a title of "Guru" under bhai saahib. Ram Singh ji did not declare himself as a guru, it was the people after he had passed away that put this false title on him.

He has done a lot as a SIKH for the freedom movement at that time against the british.

Ya, that should say Bhai Ram Singh Ji NOT Guru.

Hope that clears it up :)

who is Ram Singh?

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