Bibliography. Copyright © Narinder Singh Sall “Brief Biological Sketch of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh Ji”. Retrieved from. (c) Gyani Nahar Singh’s Preface PUBLISHER’S NOTE The first edition of ‘Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh’ was published in the year. Title: BE01 – Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh, Author: Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh Trust UK, Name: BE01 – Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir.

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In an article published in an Egyptian revolutionary paper Al Kasas, Hardyal wrote, a The movement is entirely of the people. If the slaiughter of these defenceless and unnamed innocent people be true then it certainly put the alleged Belgian atrocities to shade.

Governor that it would be impossible to intern thousands. This wall too was razed to the ground”. 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.

After a year or two they were allowed to meet each other for about three or four days. I am prepared to abide by your wishes. What happened after the baptism and how was the confusion in the mind of Bhai Randhir Singh about the Divine Name created has been vividly described by him in Chapter II of this book. The greatest sinner can become the noblest saint.

Bhai Randhir Singh has described this “opening of the soul’s eye”, in the first chapter of this autobiog- raphy. After Komagata Mara incident took place Randhir Singh told me, our countrymen had been shot and killed and oppression was daily on the increase. As this man knew Nidhan Singh Chugha they had met earlier at Shanghaihe was able to get into the inner circle through him.

Kartar Singh Sarabha and Bhai Nidhan Singh met him every week, and he was kept informed of all the development personally by them. They were shocked to find that the political climate in the country was not at all conducive to revolution, but that did not deter them from carrying out their plans.

I enjoyed this solitude very much.

It is absolutely useless to keep religious symbols like hair and beard while you are an atheist at heart, nor would I be proud of making you do such a thing. The big press runs all day, printing three newspapers, pamphlets and circulars. Singy embraced everything in its irresistible chain.


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This is the revenge of the exiles against the powers of darkness that drive men away from their homes. After leaving my body my spirit will ascend heaven-wards and will never die.

By nightfall they were out of danger. He suggested to Bhai Randhir Singh that he had come to free them. From preaching the gospel of truth, he turned to espousing the gospel of freedom. In College, he wrote poetry in Urdu and Punjabi about little events that took place in his life bhau.

All our revolution exploits are nothing compared to the astounding heroic deeds performed by you and your companions. Only when some one brought it to the notice of Dr. All his books were sold at cost price and he did not allow anyone to make any profit out of them. The officers who were impressed by his talent, judicious administration, nobility and frankness persuaded him not to do so.

Teacher with randhjr Difference: His father, Natha Singh, knew that out of all his sons Randhir Singh was the most promising lad. The saint embraced Kartar Singh Sarabha. They naively consider every alien country to be “promised land” and the social liberation of their religion gives them freedom to actfust in every culture.

As they were marching, Bhai Lai Singh Hindu outcaste who had become Sikha member of Bhai Randhir Randbir sjatha, suddenly appeared on the road and started marching alongwith them. Twice Bhai Randhir Singh was given up as dead even by the members of his family. A separate meeting was held by these members the same night and the demolition of the Rikabganj wall was condemned.

When resolutions were put sjngh for discussion, Sardar Man Singh, a lawyer strongly supported the Chief Khalsa Diwan stand and pleaded the case so enthusiastically that for a long time he would not allow anyone else to speak.

But soon the move- ment of protest against British Government became a fiery move- ment for political freedom. Other eventshave made Punjab miserable and unhappy and the whole of Punjab was like a volcano seething with discontent. The Chief Qutobiography Diwan for the first time felt that it had lost hold autobiotraphy the minds and hearts of the Sikh masses both in the urban and rural areas. I confessed that I killed Saunders.


This case opened on October 29, They desire economic as well as political freedom. Five of them were actually marched to the railway station on the morning of 19 February and entrained for their homes.

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They were to meet him on the outskirts of Ferozepur cantonment. The sufferings of Kartar Kaur, wife of Bhai Randhir Singh, for seven- teen rxndhir is a long tale of woe and agony and yet she managed to bring up her son Balbir Singh, and daughter Daler Kaur as disciplined children.

It was in the year when it had rained heavily and the students of the college expressed their desire to eat milk-pudding milk and rice boiled together. For an armed revolt, the seduction of troops was now the first and last programme.

Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh

Gajjan Singh used all his influence to repeatedly harass Bhai Randhir Singh’s young wife and little children aitobiography the Bhaj was in prison, and all his attempts to annoy them and cause one trouble after another failed, and have become house- hold tales in Narangwal. The sights of nature’s beauty had fascinating effect on me. He took great pains in finding out most appropriate words and terms conveying the sense and idea of the original and rendered a great service to the Punjabis.

The language employed is clear, simple and equivalents of legal terms are chosen with extreme care and in every respect it is a very faithful rendering eandhir the original. After the collapse of the Sikh empire, a number of dedicated souls rose to revive and restore the true spirit of Sikhism. When I once asked him the cause of oscillations of mind between light and darkness, odd disturbances from the lower senses from within or from the social and political upheavals outside, abrupt invasions from the subliminal regions and disconcerting glimpses of transcendental powers, he replied, The cause is the disturbing mental dirt of our sanskaras and the cure is a total self-dedication to Autoiography love, drastic self-discipline and continuous meditations till the seeker acquires beatitude and wisdom.