SURYADEV Posted December 31, 2009 Report Share Posted December 31, 2009 Many times people have claimed that the British have been involved in changing or editing historical liturature written by Sikhs systematically,in order to weaken the Sikh community. Knowing that the British were avid record-keepers and have kept many original documents, letters, written communiques, orders, legislation etc. Wouldn't it be reasonable to have found these papers kept in British archives by now,which detail how the British tried to undermine the Sikhs via their scriptures/texts etc.? Or is it the case that most of these changes were made by 'sikhs' themselves, such as the olden day version of Bahsuarias or Kala Afghanas; but rahter than face the facts that sikhs could be so devious and manmati the kaum decided to just blame anyone who they didn't like at the time ie. the colonial British? 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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