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Afghan eyewitness account of Baba Deep Singh Ji


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I heard there was an eyewitness account of Baba Deep Singh Ji slaying papis from an afghan soldier complaining to his king that we can kill the Singhs that are alive, but not those who are dead. The name attributed to this work is "Tehmas Khan". Does anyone know what language that book is in? Does it even exist? Where could I find a copy? It seems a little suspicious that an afghan would record an event like this.

 

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On 11/22/2022 at 3:26 AM, Guest DumbIdiotBanda said:

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I heard there was an eyewitness account of Baba Deep Singh Ji slaying papis from an afghan soldier complaining to his king that we can kill the Singhs that are alive, but not those who are dead. The name attributed to this work is "Tehmas Khan". Does anyone know what language that book is in? Does it even exist? Where could I find a copy? It seems a little suspicious that an afghan would record an event like this.

 

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Search for "Tahmasp Khan" on the internet and you may find his autobiography. He was a Persian General in Nader Shah's army.

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Tazkirah-i-miskin is the name of the book. It was written by tehmas khan miskin and this is apparently preserved at the British museum in London. Professor Sukhpreet Singh Udoke apparently has a video on this as well. Gonna research this tommorow, seams pretty interesting.

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I was watching a basics of sikhi video on Baba Deep Singh ji and someone named Giani Sukhraj Singh went to Cambridge university and saw accounts written by the British during the time of Baba Gurbaksh Singh ji from Damdami taksal about 14-18 sikhs being decapitated but still fighting. Anyone here go to Cambridge university and can confirm this? If you can send a picture of the page.

 

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On 11/28/2022 at 8:54 PM, Guest DumbIdiotBanda said:

Tazkirah-i-miskin is the name of the book. It was written by tehmas khan miskin and this is apparently preserved at the British museum in London. Professor Sukhpreet Singh Udoke apparently has a video on this as well. Gonna research this tommorow, seams pretty interesting.

couldn't find it. Can you provide a link.

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couldn't find it. Can you provide a link.

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Sorry I’m new to this platform so I’m getting messed up with writing a bit. Search up “Tahmasnama” instead. There’s a few other titles of the book also but I’m pretty sure the tahmasnama posted online was edited by some people to make it more “historically accurate”. I am searching for mentions of it elsewhere and perhaps a word for word translation of an old copy of this text. This could all just be heresay but it’s not a big thing going around so I am assuming it’s not.

 

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