amardeep Posted June 11, 2010 Report Share Posted June 11, 2010 (edited) 'Despite the anti-sikh and anti-hindu measures of the Mughal government, Banda Singh did not reduce his struggle to the level of a communal strife. His was a political struggle. He would not, therefore, impose any religious restrictions upon the Muslims... The struggle of Banda Singh was only directed against the tyranny of the local Mughal officials in Punjab, and their high-handedness was resented and opposed not only by the sikhs and Hindus but also by the Muslims who joined his army in thousands to fight against the Mughal government.' -Akhbar-i-Darbar-I-Mualla: Mughal Court News relating to the Punjab ad 1707-1718: 'Punjab past and present. Patiala, October 1984 p. 19-20: Edited June 12, 2010 by amardeep 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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