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    For those who couldn't download these from my scribd account: Seminal precolonial work on Sikh ithihaas by the grandson of the famous Shaheed Mehtab Singh. Essential reading for anyone serious about learning about Sikh ithihaas and culture. Enjoy, appreciate and learn.
  2. Dhai Phat Updated: Mar 14 During the Misl Era, Panjab saw many invasions by Afghan forces, that would enter through Punjab, plunder the land of India and leave back through Punjab. The Sikhs at the time would attack these forces to free the slaves, and grab the loot. Sikhs, being the Sons of the land of Punjab, were well aware of the terrain and land. Sikhs followed methods which essentially are surgical operati
  3. Gurfateh all, I hope someone, somewhere can assist me. I am trying locate 'Sardar Khalsa' by Giani Gian Singh. From what I've gathered so far, 'Twarikh Guru Khalsa' was split into 5 sections. Gian Singh signed the rights of this text over to the Khalsa Tract Society. In time the society published 4 of the 5 sections of the granth. My question is does anyone know what happened to the Khalsa Tract Society? Does anyone if the Sardar Khalsa part of Twarikh Guru Khalsa ever published? If so where can I procure this?
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