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  • Dr Manmohan Singh Sekhon (Coventry)
    4/15/2008 3:16:01 AM

    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

  • BHUPINER SINGH (Adelaide, Australia)
    10/3/2007 4:40:41 AM

    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

  • Rhonda Kauth (232323fvdf)
    4/13/2015 12:00:00 AM

    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..