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Bibliography. Copyright © Narinder Singh Sall “Brief Biological Sketch of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh Ji”. Retrieved from. (c) Gyani Nahar Singh’s Preface PUBLISHER’S NOTE The first edition of ‘Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh’ was published in the year. Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh. by Dr. Trilochan Singh (Author) Language The History and the Compilation of Dasam Granth. Language: English.

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Bhai Sinh Singh was perhaps the first outstanding leader of the times who not only baptised Hindus born in low caste families but once they became disciplined Khalsa, he treated them as his gur-bhais and kith and kin in the fraternity of Guru Gobind Singh. With his death ended an epoch of the history of freedom fighters.

While Rikabganj affair was only a timid prologue to much far-reaching encroachments, searches, arbitrary arrests, expulsions from home and country and all imaginable forms of humiliation became an almost matter-of-course occurrences.

Seven times he struck hard saying “Remember God and confess” and then they suddenly confessed that they had bought less quantity of milk than they were paid for and had added some dirty water to it from a muddy pond. So he spent full-five years in preparatory self-discipline and study of Sikh Scriptures and doctrines.

I also thank Giani Harbhajan Singh and Bhai Dalip Singh, life long companions of Bhai Randhir Singh for providing many hitherto unknown details of the history of this period. They spent a sinngh of money on luxuries.

There was something majestic about his personality in which there was a blend of a Prince and a Yogi. When Bhai Parmanand asked Kartar Singh Sarabha in prison, why did you sacrifice the comfortable life in Canada for the sake of dying on the gallows, Kartar Singh Sarabha replied Tell me which death is better. On March 16, while he was about to enter a lecture hall to deliver a speech, two policemen brought a warrant of his arrest.

I bhaii go on striking on the palms of your hands with this wooden ruler till you confess” He was conscious of his special gifts and talents. The Arya Samaj movement had set in motion intellectual pugilism loaded with an arsenal of abuse. The next day before the Christian prayers began, the boys again asked him to sing a shabad.


They tried to smother his activities but he went on doing his duty as his conscience dictated him. Kartar Singh Sarbha then met Bhai Randhir Singh and his men among the reeds outside the contonment and asked them to disperse. They already felt the Sikh community was angry with them and many Singh Sabhas from Abbotabad to Ludhiana had passed resolutions condemning Chief Khalsa Diwan and published pamphlets condemning their From preaching the gospel of truth, he turned to espousing the gospel of freedom.

Bhai Jodh Singh who was then editing Khalsa Advocate in English and Punjabi criticised this unanimous decision of the Sikh Panth in his paper, because like typical loyalist Sikhs of those days he refused to believe that the British Government could accord such an inhuman treatment to anyone. Only half a century earlier the Sikhs had lost an empire the sudden collapse of which left the whole Sikh community tottering in moral and cultural ruins.

During his life time, Bhai Randhir Singh very rarely talked about his mystic experiences.

That to be a stranger in your own country, autobiogrqphy alien in your land, with no rights save those isngh by grace of Govern- ment, not your own, your inferiority taken for granted, your capacities weighted in alien scales and measured by the world of another nation. The Polic e had by now surrounded the building. He even sought the permission of Bench Court of Nahan to practise in the Sirmur State, which was immediately granted, but as far as we know, he sigh not go to Nahan.

Firstly, there was an intellectual atmosphere of serious studies. In this inner agony, he met a Yogi whose miraculous occult powers 6. The boy regained consciousness for a time and then sighing for the lost flower he fainted again.

Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh

To be free in India as an Englishman is free in England. Quiet, shy, spiritually illumined Bachiter Kaur is the one dedicated soul I have seen who has spent her whole life in the purity and perfection of divinely inspired ideals.

I made friendship with him through his best Hindu friends to find out the truth of what I heard. One man ranndhir by Kartar Singh Sarbha into the cantonment was taken into custody. Blessedness and Divine Vision The Sikhs are irresistible emigrants with a passionate love for their autobiotraphy land.


Rikabganj matter was brought forward. The son took the advice literally and like a dutiful son, not only recited Japji every morning but gave more time to reading the hymns of the Guru than to his studies.

For an armed revolt, the seduction of troops was now the first and last programme. He offered to Hardyal autobiograhpy the sinh he had received for his studies.

The political consciousness created by the extremists in a decade could not have been created by the moderates in half a century. When he quarreled with Sunder Singh, he became an all in all Manager. Darshan Jhalkan Verses The Sikh emigrants urged him to take up the cause of the racial discrimination against Indians.

In all other periods, my mind was completely absorbed in thoughts about God and I did not think of anything else. I could gandhir have escaped them by my own will-power. Even after resorting to dacoities and committing gruesome murders the Ghadarites did not get much money. Nand Singh Seehra, 27 S. All other labour is unprofitable. Lala Lajpat Rai who was touring U.

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The Sikh masses refused to touch it even with a pair of tongs. Like Gargantua he felt that he was destined to rend asunder the swathing bands, that were throttling the country.

The Revolutionaries had established good contacts in a number of contonments especially in the Lahore and Ferozepur contonments. The patriots and heroes of this movement sacrificed everything, their very life and property for shaking British rule in India from its very roots.

Chatterjee of the Punjab Chiefs Court wrote, u I hope it will prove useful to the Government and promote the progress of Punjabi language which I have so much to heart”. Balwant Singh and S.