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Bhai Tasbeer Singh Jhander
Bhai Tasbeer Singh Jhander

Bhai Tasbeer Singh alias Tasbeer Jhander was born in the year of 1970, in the house of Sardar Anoop Singh and from the womb of Mata Sukhbir Kaur in the village of Jhander near Guru Ka Bagh, district Amritsar. Bhai was the youngest of 6 children, Bhai Lakhbir Singh, Bhai Jasbir Singh, Bibi Rajbans Kaur, Bibi Sulakhni Kaur, Bhai Kuldeep Singh and Bhai Sahib himself. Bhai Sahib's father, Sardar Anoop Singh was a farmer and provided for his family through working on his family farms. Bhai Sahib studied up to 10th class at the local village school,....Read More

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Bhai Swaran Singh Rode
Bhai Swaran Singh Rode

From the family of Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale, his elder brother Bhai Jagir Singh, Bhai Jagir Singh's son Bhai Swaran Singh, Sant Ji's nephew and the son of Bhai Veer Singh, Bhai Hardeep Singh all attained martyrdom in June 1984, on the holy land of Sri Harimandir Sahib. The name of Bhai Swaran Singh Rode became name for headlines on 9th September 1981, when Lala Jagat Narain was killed by Jhujaru Singhs. Bhai Swaran Singh was born in the year of 1956 in the house of Sardar Jagir Singh and from the womb of Mata Gurdev Kaur in ....Read More

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Bhai Swaran Singh Nihang
Bhai Swaran Singh Nihang

Bhai Swaran Singh Nihang was one of many warriors to come out of the Doaba region of Punjab to punish the killers of the Sikhs. Bhai Sahib was born in the year of 1963, in the house of Sardar Ghula Singh and from the womb of Mata Darshan Kaur in the village of Khudda, district Hoshiarpur. Bhai Sahib had 2 sisters and 2 brothers. Bhai Sahib's family were very poor, Sardar Ghula Singh worked as a labourer to provide for his family. Bhai Sahib had studied up to 10th class and from childhood he was very close to Bhai Gurmeet Singh Nihang (Martyr o....Read More

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SINGHA DE KAARNAME

1984 Tribute have printed their very first magazine named Singha De Kaarname which can be picked up for free at Shaheedi events around the UK.. The Magazine is now also available to download via Pdf..

Singha De Kaarname Magazine

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