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. Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh. by Dr. Trilochan Singh (Author) Language The History and the Compilation of Dasam Granth. Language: English.

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I have been in jail since that time. The bricks of this wall were hammered into pieces that were used for the construction of the road.

Annie Beasant, dingh after coming from Ireland became more Indian than any Indian. Rikabganj matter was brought forward. The grace and dignity of his wisdom, the fire of his meditative eyes, the splendid music of his voice enthralled everyone.

Randhir, Uttam, Jagar, send these-join. 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 autoboography heart”.

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Anhad Shabad Dasam Duar. Little did Kartar Kaur know at this period that her young husband would one day renounce the luxurious life sinth Sikh aristocrats and become a zealous missionary of the Gurus and an outstanding freedom fighter. 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.


I knew Punjabi language quite well, but had never read the Guru’s skngh Gur- bani.

To if amazement, I saw a whole group of students vomiting and writhing with pain and Bhai Randhir Singh having already sent for the doctor autobigraphy the three cooks oc. In such a pungent atmosphere Bhai Randhir Singh found nothing that could attract his soul.

He offered even to give up his studies and take all risks of the legal responsibility of the paper by becoming its publisher. But the Lahore Revolutionary group was caught up in a vicious circle of creating a revolutionary situation through terrorism and raising money through loot and plunder.

The task accomplished by him is by no means easy. Kartar Singh fearlessly entered the well guarded cantonment and came to know that 8 of the sepoys on whom he counted had been discharged.

Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh

Hardyal wrote sinngh every one that his health did not permit him to take up such a heavy responsibility. Gurudwara Reform Movement by Prof. His speech at such moments was music and poetry and an expression of Light and Beauty, and like music it faded into silence.

Preface to the Punjabi Edition: Lala Lajpat Rai who was touring U. For his own convenience, he shifted the Panch Khalsa Diwan office from Damdama Sahib to his own village Bhasaur and indulged in such activities which in the eyes of Bhai Randhir Singh and Saint Attar Singh were harmful to Sikh traditions and ideals.


This autobiography relates not only the ter- rible suffering he had to undergo in prison but also vividly portrays the conditions in prisons under the British rule.

He laid the foundation stone of the new building in Panja Imperial Records, Secret Proceedings.

On the third day the Principal politely told him that he was too advanced for the school which was meant for children of backward families. Sardar Dasaunda Singh wrote: The rest were returned emigrants. Famine in South India had caused frightful suffering.

Second Lahore Conspiracy Case, P. Not a single amendment was proposed to any resolution. In California is being prepared the power that will reduce the Empire to dust and ashes.

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Since then we remained quite busy with the publication of the other works of Bhai Sahib autobiograpy could not bring out its second edition earlier much to the disappoint- ment of the interested readers. Annie Beasant who toured the Punjab during these years wrote that “the most atrocious, tyrannical, barbaric and On retrospective reflection on the life of Bhai Randhir Singh one feels that God rqndhir from the noblest sons of mother-earth sacrifices at every grade of perfection.

They spent a lot of money on luxuries.