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Excellent website. Keep up the good work. I often wonder what would have been the fate and shape of India today had the Sikhs not been betrayed by their own people and therefore fought successfully against the British. The British would have been defeated and hence would make their stay in India very difficult and eventually the victorious Sikhs would have found it irresistable to hound the British out of India altogether leaving the Sikh rule extended to the whole of India. Today we would have had a glorious Sikh royal family, and who knows, maybe we would have never needed to leave India to migrate to other countries around the world after the bloody partition. There definately wouldn't have been the creation of Pakistan, and Sikhs would have been the main players in the World Affairs today, with their own country. Instead we have been reduced to mere taxi drivers, getting beats from westerners for being mistaken as Muslims, getting ethnic cleansed by the Indians in India for being a minority, and getting back stabbed by our own community for monetary gains. I look forward to the prophecy of 'Raj Karega Khalsa' to forment one more time, even though I'm fully aware that I might have to take many births before that dream is to be realised.
good site for punjabi's new genration for his proudy past.lots of knowlege about Maharaja Ranjeet Singh,Maharaja Duleep Singh , Maharani Jind Kaur and his stuglefull life.
Tere sadke jawan. Very good work. Very good effort to save our roots. When I read Maharani Jindan's story in childhood in Ajit newspaper, I really cried and thought a lot about Maharaja Duleep Singh. It was very touching story. Now I live in UK, I realised nothing changed much over last 200 years. Still we are struggling to save our culture and religion just like Maharaja Duleep Singh. I am very very thankful to you for doing so much for our history and culture. All the best. sat sri akal , www.drsingh.org.uk
An excellent site to preseve the memory of Maharaja Duleep Singh, and the history of the period that we must not forget. Historians, and the sikh communty, are indebted to you. THANKS. Bhupi Singh.3 Oct 2007
Found your site whilst Googling Duleep; inspired for more info after reading "To The Heart of the Nile" where the Maharaja & Sir Samuel Baker are just observers of a slave auction, when suddenly, Sam starts bidding on the "slave" woman who would become Lady Baker..