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  1. Gurfeteh recently been reading this book and certainly have changed some of my views on what happened in 84 basically the book says that it had more to do with politics. Many issues it claims were political but turned into religious because of the Akali Dal. the book is very harsh toward Sant Ji and Sikhs. Has anyone else read it and what do you think of it.
  2. Do you know of any battles that took place in and around Amritsar (Sri Darbar Sahib) during the 18th century, specifically from 1708 onwards to 1799? If so can you provide dates, and info about the battles. I know that Baba Deep Singh Shaheed's Dal fought Jahan Khan in 1757 just outside Amritsar and ended at Sri Darbar Sahib. The SIkhs fought Abdalis army in 1762 again at Amritsar.
  3. A British Vision Under British rule came a new vision for Amritsar. This new era featured an exertion of European cultural imperialism marked by the tragic demolition of the lost palace by British authorities and the construction of a large gothic style clock tower in its place to dominate over Darbar Sahib and the Amritsar skyline. Construction of the clock tower started in 1862 and work on the project would continue for over a decade until eventually completed in 1874 [1] at a cost of over Rs. 50,000. [2] Although a clock tower traditionally has a small base, it was decided that the lost
  4. Thanks Neo for starting this zone. There is a Sikh photo zone, but I was thinking that this zone would be better, as it wold be looking at the buildings rather than the religious connections with them. Needless to say, they are all part of Panjabi history. Sarai's are much a thing of the past. They are rarely used as they were. Taking a wrong turn in Amritsar made me pass this, and I wanted to share it's beauty with you. Old architecture and buildings like this are becoming a thing of the past. D'oh! Can't upload pictures Neo. No option given to upload them at bottom of page.
  5. Just out of interest did the Akali Nihangs try ousting the corrupt sanataani elements which had overtaken darbar sahib back in those days?
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