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Just heard this on Panjab Radio this morning in the UK. There was a consultation on changing the name for Havelock Road, Southall - this is also where the famous Singh Sabha Gurdwara is situated (which you will sometimes see in media and some British TV movies and documentaries), there is also another popular Singh Sabha Gurdwara on Park Avenue in Southall - just explaining to avoid confusion. Here is an article from 2002 to show context with regards to Major-General Sir Henry Havelock and issues with the name of the street. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/2003119.stm
The making of Sikh history – literally. I’d like to humbly submit the text below for my brothers and sisters consideration. I hope you enjoy reading it, and receive as much food for thought from it as I did during the translation. Especial thanks to Kam1825 for taking the time to create and share an ebook of the original work from which the translation is derived (Kavi Sainapati Rachit Sri Gur Sobha edited by Dr. Ganda Singh and published through the Publication Bureau of Punjab University of Patiala, 1st edition 1967, 4th edition 1996). Strangely, a few days after I had fi
Just wondering whether the two interacted and if anything occurred between them. Giani Gian Singh states the Damdami Bir to have been the most authentic composition of Gurbani, but research indicates its actually the Pir Buddhu Shah Bir at Anandpur. http://tisarpanth.blogspot.co.nz/2013/07/giani-gian-singh-nirmalas-gian.html But just like the Singh-Sabha edited Bhangu's Prachin Panth Prakash, do you think they might also have done something similar to Giani Ji's work? His other works are quite consistent with accuracy.