World’s Greatest Warriors Ever Were Vegetarian (Video)

Scientist: “Greatest Warriors Ever Were Vegetarian” Evidence reveals: The Greatest Warriors to walk to earth were not meat eaters but vegetarians A diet rich in starch from foods wheat, barley, and corn gave long lasting energy to the warriors. A study by a scientists shows a diet rich in vegetables was the key reason why […]

How Jassa Singh Came To be Known As “Ramgarhia”

Winning the Estate In 1733, Zakaria Khan, the Governor of Punjab, having failed to subdue the Sikhs, decided to befriend them.  He needed their help to protect himself from the Afghan invader, Nadir Shah.  He offered the Sikhs an estate and a royal robe.  The Sikhs accepted it.  Sardar Jassa Singh and his father joined […]

November 12, 1757 Day of Shaheedi of Baba Deep Singh Ji

Originally Published By: Sikh- History Baba Deep singh was born on the 20th January 1682 A.D. in the village of Pahuwind in district of Amritsar. His father’s name was Bhai Bhagtu. He went to Anandpur on the Vaisakhi of 1700 A.D., where after obtaining baptism (into Sikhism) he started learning weaponry and riding from the […]

Book on Anglo Sikh War “Jang Hind Punjab Da” Finally Presents History From Sikh Perspective

Amritsar, October 10 A book on the Anglo-Sikh war, “Jang Hind Punjab Da”, was today launched during a function at Khalsa College here. Written by Ludhiana-based Harbhajjan Singh Cheema, the book is an account of Punjab’s history and wars following Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s demise in 1839 and annexation of the state by the British in […]

Jassa Singh Ahluwalia

Born (1718-1783) at a village called Ahlu or Ahluwal near Lahore, established by his ancestor, Sadda singh, a devotee of Sixth Guru, Hargobind Sahib Ji. Hence the name Ahluwalia stuck to him. His forefathers were kalals (wine merchants). Hence he is also called Jassa singh Kalal. However such was the admiration he won of the […]