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Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh
The next day his body was taken to a lonely place midway between Narangwal and Gujarwal and cremated there where many years earlier he used to sit in meditation for long in the calm hours of dawn.
They now thought of sending a deputation consisting of the much hated Arur Singh, Manager of Golden Temple, Amritsar to win some concessions for its stand and persuade the Government not to take any action which might cause permanent injury to the feelings of the Sikhs and scandalize Chief Khalsa Diwan. The entire work, however, should be entrusted to a Managing Committee of Sikhs who should be helped by the Government financially for the purpose.
This sensitiveness to things beautiful and sublime remained an in- grained trait of his character all his life. Mystic Experiences and Visions: Raja Daljit Singh was awarded knighthood for this act of loyalty to British Imperialism. This is the revenge of the exiles against the powers of darkness that drive men away from their homes. The Canadian journalists and the Socialist leaders were impressed by the “handsome demeanour and clean habits of the Sikhs aboard Komagata Maru”.
The Chief Khalsa Diwan came under fire and was angrily blamed for permitting the British Government to commit this act of sacrilege. He was sixty then.
The translation is in idiomatic Puryabi and I consider it more intelligible than the one which is said to be in standard Urdu. For the first time, the Chief Khalsa Diwan gave an im- pression to the Sikh masses that it was an organization of servile Sikh aristocrats who had become politically a mass of unspun cotton. Cole, the Principal of Khalsa College, was so great an admirer of his that he appeared as Bhai Randhir Singh’s defence witness in the Lahore conspiracy case, an act which was very courageous for an Englishman to kf during those days.
When Achhra Singh was asked to identify Bhai Randhir Singh, he, out of shame, did not dare to do so but said eye sight was too bad for identification.
This was one article of his faith autobiograhy he maintained even in prison- life at great risks to his health and life. Due to pressing demand of the readers, we have however, been obliged to bring out the second edition with appropriate revision of the text by the learned translator without his proposed additional material.
They were neither organized nor fully prepared for any armed revolt. They begged Bhai Randhir Singh not to put them to trouble. Throughout the Sikh rule the ideal of the Sikh aristocracy was to breed, to lead and to bleed.
Lajpat Rai and the Spies: Nearly 20 dacoities and murders were committed between October 16, and August 3, in the name of Revolution. He was conscious of his special gifts and talents. I was asked not to speak against the proposal and appeal, but I made myself heard in strong terms repudiating flase reports that I was to be the patron of the School.
While arrangements were being made to put out the fire and fix up a ladder to bring him safely down, Bhai Randhir Singh did not miss a friendly joke: Judgement was first passed on Kartar Singh Sarabha, which reads “There is no defence witness, there was no cross examination, throughout the randhor, and the accused did not wish to argue his own case, nor to allow the counsel appointed for him to argue.
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He compelled the priests and managements of Anandpur Sahib, Chamkaur Sahib and other his- torical shrines to open their doors to all devotees, irrespective of caste, colour or creed and to restore traditional respect and sanctity of these shrines.
They hate princes, landlords and capitalists. When Bhai Randhir Singh was in prison he looked afer raandhir family as best as circumstances permitted him to do so.
Lalaji has been in America for the past one year but he has While they wanted to train the students in timidity, treachery, and betrayal of national causes in the name of loyalty to the benevolent Hhai Sarkar, Bhai Randhir Singh inspired them zutobiography most revolutionary ideas of singb, nobility and justice as enunciated by Guru Gobind Singh.
Sardar Sujan Singh, Foreign Minister, Patiala State calls it u an excellent production” and says, “It was a very difficult task to render a standard Law Book into a language which is not very rich in its vocabulary and which has for its most part been neglected by the educated class of the Province. Ghadar Movement in U. They already felt the Sikh community was angry with them and many Singh Sabhas from Abbotabad to Ludhiana had passed resolutions condemning Chief Khalsa Diwan and published pamphlets condemning their Gurbani Lag-Matra di VUakhanta.
From Multan to Hazaribagh Prison The Government planted a spy on them on getting some information who wormed his way into the inner group within less than a week. Poet and Sportsman in College: My swan-like soul, which was passionately thirstingfor the pearl drops of love, got its real food and forgot everything else. His legs became weak. Chatterjee of the Punjab Chiefs Court wrote, u I hope it will prove useful to the Government and promote the progress of Punjabi language which I have so much to heart”.
The Times of London May 23, described aautobiography “as the second oriental invasion of Canada”. No pension was given to him and no benefit has ever been given upto this day to his son and family for all the sufferings they had to face during British period either by the Congress or Akali Government of our day.
It is pity that those who have reaped the fruits of their labours and those who wear crown of gold, unearthed from the valley of death by these heroes, have deliberately, consciously and callously forgotten those who carried the cross of freedom to the peak of liberty.