What the British Thought of the Khalsa Forces Before Annexation

An article published in 1833 in the Times of London reveals the British views of the Khalsa forces. Maharaja Runjeet Singh’s Army Reproduced from The Times (London), August 27, 1833. [Page 6; Column 2] A discussion has recently been revived by one of the up-country newspapers regarding the means at the command of Russia for […]

The British Destroyed Punjab’s Education by Setting Millions of Books on Fire

According to British Historian G.W Leitner in his work published in 1881, The number of students attaining education dropped nearly 50% from Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s Sikh empire to British Colonization. Punjab had more scholars and intellectuals then anywhere but after the British took over all changed. The notion that with the fall of the Sikhs […]

Discovered: First British Account of Sikhs

The following research has shown some really amazing details of the first ever British officer’s observation of a Sikh Gurudwara in Patna in 1781. The officer Charles Wilkins describes his experience inside the Gurdwara and the hospitality of the Sikhs inside of being cordial and letting him observe the congregation’s ceremony. To date this is […]

British Must Apologize for 9 Deadly Acts Against Sikhs

The following are 9 atrocities and betrayals by the British Government committed against the Sikhs. 1) Jallianwala Bagh Massacre 1919 Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, involved the killing of hundreds of unarmed, defenseless Indians by a senior British military officer, which took place on 13 April 1919 in the heart of Amritsar, the holiest city of the […]

The British Used Indian Babies as Bait to Hunt Crocodiles

A shocking story has surfaced which details how the British Sportsmen used Indian babies for hunting crocodiles. The inhuman behavior of the British shows that they were willing to go to far extents to meet their pleasures even risking the life of a baby. The New York Sun Reported: “Lured By Babies” How the British […]

Video: How the Sikhs Help Britain in History

According to the British Sikh Report: According to the report, British Sikhs are clear net contributors to the British economy and have a strong entrepreneurial drive, with about one in three British Sikh families (34%) owning a business in the UK. Ed Miliband MP, Leader of the Opposition, comments, “The Sikh community is one which […]

Sikh Pranks British Politician Inside a Train (Video)

A Sikh MP Candidate Amandeep Singh Bhogal for Northern Ireland pranked Ed Miliband, the Labour Party leader. The video went viral on social networks as the interaction was caught on camera showing the opposition leader posing for pictures with the Sikh. However, he didn’t know until the end of the video that the Sikh is […]

British Stole and Auctioned Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s Kalgi For 10 Pounds

It was established that on 20th June 1898, Mr W.H. Broun, son-in-law of Lord Dalhousie, loaned the Kalgi and a number of other items to the Victoria and Albert Museum, known then as the South Kensington Museum. The Kalgi, along with other items, were returned to Mr W.H. Brown on 12th October 1898. Unfortunately the […]

British Empire Betrayals Against Sikhs

The following are 9 atrocities and betrayals by the British Government committed against the Sikhs. 1) Jallianwala Bagh Massacre 1919 Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, involved the killing of hundreds of unarmed, defenseless Indians by a senior British military officer, which took place on 13 April 1919 in the heart of Amritsar, the holiest city of the […]

When the British Stole Keys to the Treasury of Sri Harmandir Sahib

The Morcha Chabian, a campaign for the recovery of the keys of the Sri Harmandir Sahib treasury, marked a dramatic episode in the Sikh agitations in the early 1920s, to reform the management of their places of worship. For instance, Sri Harmandir Sahib had been managed by a government nominated sarbrdh (controller) since 1849. The […]

When The British Hanged Akal Takht Jathedar in 1848

The British caused immense damage to Sikhs after they took over the Punjab in 1845. A British scholar in 1881 stated Punjab had a education system far superior then the Europeans and the capital Lahore had the most scholars in the world. The British knew if they were to control Punjab for years to come, […]

When British Soldier Met Guru Gobind Singh Ji and Became a Sikh

Author: Bhai Ranjit Singh (Jalandhar) In 1964, when some of the weapons of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji were brought back from England, an Englishman, in complete Sikh form, accompanied them. Out of curiousity, someone asked the Englishman what inspired him to adopt the Sikh form. Was it due to respect for the weapons or […]