Shocking: 1 Million Rare Manuscripts of Punjab History Lye in Dirty Horse Stables

Away it went in ignominy, on hundreds of wheelbarrows to be dumped in a dirty, humid and putrid discarded horse stable. I am talking about one of the world’s finest, and surely the second largest collection of rare books, manuscripts and document dealing with the history of Punjab, from Kabul to Delhi and from Kashmir […]

Pakistani Noble Reveals Greatness of Maharaja Ranjit Singh (Video)

In a Tedx talk, a Pakistani noble with rare information on Maharaja Ranjit Singh explained his greatness. The Pakistani noble’s entire Tedx talk was based on how people from different faiths lived in harmony. The detailed talked provided lessons on what can be learned from the Sikh Empire. The talk has been very widely viewed […]

Super Emotional New Song “Lahore” Will Bring You Tears (Video)

Presenting full video of Ranjit Bawa most awaited song Lahore from his album Mitti Da Bawa. Check out and let us know what you think!! During the late 18th century, frequent invasions by the Durrani Empire and the Maratha Empire due to the decline of the Mughal Empire, led to a lack of governance in […]

Full Song Ranjit Bawa Song “Lahore”

Ranjit Bawa song “Lahore” is getting a tremendous response. Listen to the full song The Partition of India was the partition of the British Indian Empire[1] that led to the creation of the sovereign states of the Dominion of Pakistan (it later split into the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the People’s Republic of Bangladesh) […]

Pakistani Scholar Says Sikh Empire Was the Best Ever

Story of Maharaja Ranjit Singh told by a prominent person in Lahore. Other News: Lost Treasures of the Sikh Kingdom BBC Documentary 2014 Full In the birthday week of the founder of Sikhism, TV auctioneer James Lewis tells the story of the lost treasures of the 19th-century maharajah, Ranjit Singh. After conquering the Punjab, the […]

2nd Largest Collection of Rare Books, Manuscripts, Letters, and documents Sit in Moldy and Damp Horse Stable in Lahore, Pakistan

Away it went in ignominy, on hundreds of wheelbarrows to be dumped in a dirty, humid and putrid discarded horse stable. I am talking about one of the world’s finest, and surely the second largest collection of rare books, manuscripts and document dealing with the history of Punjab, from Kabul to Delhi and from Kashmir […]