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Bhai Subeg Singh and Bhai Shahbaz Singh

Bhai Subeg Singh and Bhai Shahbaz Singh

Bhai Subeg Singh was resident of village Jumber district Lahore. He was well educated and scholar of Persian. He was ...

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Baba Baghel Singh (1730 – 1802)

Baba Baghel Singh (1730 - 1802)

Baba Baghel Singh (1730 - 1802) was born in village Chabal Kalan, Amritsar District of Punjab, in to a Dhaliwal Jatt family ...

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Karor Singhia Misl

Karor Singhia Misl

KarorSinghia Misl was named after Karora Singh, a Virk Jatt of Barki in Lahore district. The founder of the jatha or ...

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Yashwant Rao Holkar meet Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1805

Anglo-Sikh Treaty (1806)

The Marathas and the Sikhs were the only people who offered stiff resistance to the British and the Afghans. While ...

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Fateh Singh Ahluwalia

Fateh Singh Ahluwalia

Fateh Singh Ahluwalia (d. 1836), son of Bhag Singh, and a grandnephew of Jassa Singh Ahluwalia, leader of the Ahluwalia ...

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Guru Gobind Singh Ji dressing Bhai Sangat Singh with his own plume clothing

Bhai Sangat Singh Ji Shaheed

Bhai Sangat Singh Ji (1667 - 1705) was born on 25 April in Patna Sahib in the house of Bhai Rania ...

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Post-Independence: Broken Promises & Discrimination with Sikhs

In 1950, despite protests by Sikhs, the Indian constitution was adopted, which failed to even recognize the Sikhs as a ...

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Sikhs Contribution to Indian Independence & Promises Made

The Sikhs played a pioneering role in India’s struggle for independence from the British. They made sacrifices wholly out of ...

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Sikh Journalism From 1800's to 1900's

Tracing its beginnings to the latter half of the nineteenth century was influenced in its founding and evolution primarily by ...

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Kanvar Nau Nihal Singh (1821-1840)

Kanvar Nau Nihal Singh

Kanvar (Prince) Nau Nihal Singh (9 March 1821 – 5 November 1840) son of Maharaja Kharak Singh, was born on 23 February ...

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The Hanging Board of the Central Jail, Lahore

The Hanging Board of the Central Jail, Lahore

This board is an icon of those martyrs who made supreme sacrifices for the freedom of India by offering their ...

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Assassination of PM Indira Gandhi

Assassination of PM Indira Gandhi

Indira Gandhi's house was on Safdarjang Road, she stayed with her son, Rajeev Gandhi, her daughter in-law Sonya Gandhi and ...

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Chabian da Morcha - British Government representative returning keys of Golden Temple to Baba Kharak Singh on 19 January 1922

Morcha Chabian Sahib - 1921

Morcha Chabian Sahib or "Chabian da Morcha". This even marks a dramatic episode in the Sikhs’ agitation in the early 1920’s ...

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Baba Kharak Singh (1867-1963)

Baba Kharak Singh

Baba Kharak Singh (1868-1963), was a Great Sikh political leader and virtually the first president of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee. ...

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Central Sikh Museum is a Sikh History Website with a collection of exceptionally rare and historical Sikh images. we add our Sikh History article in Punjabi and English Language. In our Gallery collection we addition to some of the first images ever produced of Shri Harmandir Sahib, you will also find rare paintings of Sikh Guru’s, pictures of historical and precious art facts which are all accompanied with detailed description. We hope you enjoy the voluntary effort made to produce this site, and share the amazing history with others.

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Akali Movement

Gurudwara Kot Bhai T...

Gurudwara Kot Bhai Than Singh, Distt AttockHistory of Gurudwara: Baba Than Singh was a famous saint and had settled in the Village Fateh Khan of Attock district. Malik Read More...

Anglo Sikh Wars

Battle of Chillianwa...

The Battle of Chillianwala was fought during the Second Anglo-Sikh War on 13 January 1849 in the Punjab, now part of Read More...

Babbar Akali

Karam Singh Daulatpu...

Babbar Karm Singh Daultpur (1880-Sep 1 1923) KARAM SINGH (1880-1923), Babbar Akali revolutionary, was born in 1880 in house of Sardar Natha Singh and Mata Kuli at Read More...

Damdami Taksal

History of the Damda...

Damdami Taksal Logo History of the Damdami Taksal: The tenth Guru Sahib Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib Ji was at Sri Anandpur Sahib delivering Read More...

Early Gursikhs

Bhai Soma Shah Ji

When Sri Guru Ramdas Ji was doing kar-sewa of the sarovar at Sri Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar, a lot of sangat Read More...

Featured Articles

The Story of Kerala...

A Story by Ramesh Babu In Hindustan Times (cannot get exact date) Ninety One-year old Sardar Bhupinder Singh from Kadakkarappally is the Read More...

Ghadar Party

Bhai Bhag Singh

Bhai Bhag Singh Bhikhiwind Bhai Bhag Singh (1872-1914), one of the leaders of the Punjabi immigrants in Canada, was born at the village of Bhikhiwind, Read More...

History

Post-Independence: B...

In 1950, despite protests by Sikhs, the Indian constitution was adopted, which failed to even recognize the Sikhs as a Read More...

Panj Pyare

Bhai Dharam Singh Ji...

Bhai Dharam Singh was the second of the five Sikhs who offered their heads to Guru Gobind Singh on the Read More...

Sikh Gurus

Sri Guru Amardas Ji ...

Sri Guru Amar Das Ji (1552-1574)   Guru Amar Das (23 May 1479 - 16 September 1574) was the third of the Ten Gurus of Sikhism and Read More...

Sikh Institutes and ...

Gargajj Akaki Jatha

Jathedar Teja Singh BhucharGargajj Akaki Jatha (gargajj = reverberating thunderous) was the name given a dynamic group (jatha) of Akali reformers, especially active in Read More...

Sikh Martyrs & w...

Shaheed Kaka Darbara...

Saka Nankana Sahib Hired men of Mahant Narain Das dragging and throwing Kaka Darbara Singh into fireShaheed Kaka Darbara Singh or Shaheed Bhai Darbara Singh (1912-1921), He was Just nine year old when he fell a martyr Read More...

Sikh Massacre

Barbarity by Mir Man...

Mir Mannu became the new Governor of Lahore and Multan on the 9th April. I748 A.D. He appointed Kaura Mal as his Read More...

Sikh Misl

Singhpuria Misl

Singhpuria Misl (or Faizullapuria Misl) was founded by Nawab Sardar Kapur Singh Ji, a Virk Jatt of the village of Kaleke, now Read More...

Sikh Personalities

Dr Diwan Singh Kalep...

Dr. Diwan Singh Kalepani Dr Diwan Singh Kalepani (1894–1944) was a Punjabi poet. He was interested in the Indian freedom movement and the Non-cooperation movement Read More...

Sikh Raj

Chattar Singh Attari...

Raja Chattar Singh Attariwala (d. 1855) (Raja) Chattar Singh Attariwala (d. 1855), commander and provincial governor under minor Maharaja Duleep Singh, was the son of Jodh Singh Read More...

Sikh Women

Rani Prem Kaur Kapur...

Anita Delgado or Rani Prem Kaur Kapurthala Rani Prem Kaur Kapurthala aka Anita Delgado Briones was born in 1890 in Málaga, a city in Andalusia, Spain, in a middle class Read More...

Today in Sikh Histor...

Today in Sikh Histor...

Jathedar Bhai Prithipal Singh Ji Lailpur 1850 The Sikh forces of Maharaja Ranjit Singh were disbanded, approximately a year after the East India Company gained control Read More...