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  1. I know Hindu Jihadi will not accept but it doesn't we will stop showing him truth . Below Article is by Baldev Singh According to Sir J. N. Sarkar, “The Sepoy Mutiny was not a fight for freedom; it was in fact, King Cobra Superstition’s last bite before his head was smashed.” J. P. Kriplani says, “It was nothing but an attempt by the old order to get back their kingdoms and principalities.” And R. C. Majumdar was right in saying, “It was neither ‘first’, nor ‘national’ nor ‘a war of independence’.” David Harowitz in his book, “The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America” addresses his mounting concerns about perverse culture of academics that are poisoning the minds of today’s college students. It appears that this disease is afflicting institutions of higher learning, particularly the department of humanities. We also have observed that works published on Sikhism from Western universities (USA and Canada), especially the ones with endowed Sikh chairs, distort Sikhsim under the cloak of academic research. A case in point is the work of Doris R. Jakobsh whogot her PhD in 2000 from the University of British Columbia under the supervision of Prof. Hajot Oberoi. My recent critical review of her Relocating Gender In Sikh History: Transformation, Meaning and Identity demonstrates unequivocally that she has used gender study as a ploy to spread false information about Sikh Gurus and Sikhs.1 For example, her portrayal of the role of Sikhs in the mutiny of 1857 is in stark contrast to the events that took place in 1857 and the views of prominent Indian historians. - See more at: http://www.sikhspectrum.com/2007/08/mutiny-of-1857-the-search-for-truth/#/0
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