Posts in Kamboj Martyrs Category

  • How Udham Singh's life inspired me
  • How Udham Singh's life inspired me


    From childhood my grandfather Late Mr. Nanak Chand Kamboj used to narrate the life story and sacrifice made by Udham Singh to me. Popularly known as Shaheed-i-Azam Sardar Udham Singh, he is Indias one of the greatest freedom fighters and was born on December 26, 1899 in Sunam to father Tehal Singh Kamboj and mother...


  • Bhai Mohkam Singh Kamboj
  • Bhai Mohkam Singh Kamboj


    Bhai Mohkam Singh (1663–1705), born Mohkam Chand, one of the Panj Pyare or the Five Beloved of honoured memory in the Sikh tradition, was the son of Tirath Chand, a cloth printer from Bet Dwarka, in modern-day Gujarat, India. About the year 1685, he came to Anandpur, then the seat of Guru Gobind Singh. He practiced...


  • Amar Shaheed Baba Deep Singh Ji
  • Amar Shaheed Baba Deep Singh Ji


    Baba Deep Singh (1682–1757) is revered among Sikhs as one of the most hallowed martyrs in Sikhism and as a highly religious person. He is remembered for his sacrifice and devotion to the teachings of the Sikh Gurus. Baba Deep Singh was the first head of Misl Shaheedan Tarna Dal - an order of the Khalsa military...


  • Death Anniversary of Kartar Singh Sarabha - 16 November
  • Death Anniversary of Kartar Singh Sarabha - 16 November


    Kartar Singh Sarabha, a Ghadr revolutionary was born in 1896 in the village of Sarabha, in Ludhiana district of Punjab in the house of Mangal Singh, a well-to-do farmer (Jutt). After receiving his primary education in his own village, Kartar Singh entered the Malwa Khalsa High school at Ludhiana for his matriculation...


  • Baba Amar Singh Nibber Kamboj
  • Baba Amar Singh Nibber Kamboj


    Baba Amar Singh Nibber was born into a Nibber family of Khemkaran. In Sikh history, he is also known as Mahant Singh. His childhood name was Amar Chand but after taking Amrit, he became known as Bhai Amar Singh. His father Raghupat Rai Nibber was a big land lord of Khemkaran and came from a family whose ancestors held...


  • Bhai Aghar Singh
  • Bhai Aghar Singh


    Bhai Aghar Singh (d. 1764) was, according to Giani Gian Singh, Panth Prakash, one of the seven sons of Bhai Nagahia, belongs to Kamboj Sikh lineage of Laungoval, in present day Sangrur district of the Punjab. He received amrit, the Khalsa rites of initiation, from his uncle Bhai Mani Singh, then Jathtedar of the Harmandar...


  • Bhai Mani Singh and His Caste
  • Bhai Mani Singh and His Caste


    Bhai Mani Singh (Hindi: ??? ??? ?????, Punjabi: ??? ??? ???) was a great Sikh personality of eighteenth century and occupies a very esteemed position in Sikh history. He assumed the control and steered the course of the Sikh destiny at a very critical stage in their history. A great scholar, a devoted Sikh and a courageous...


  • Martyrdom Day - 23rd March
  • Martyrdom Day - 23rd March


    The death anniversary of Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru on 23 March, is declared to be Martyrs' Day. 23rd March 1931, marks the Balidan or Martyrhood a sacrifice that can not easily be forgotten in Indian Freedom Struggle. BhagatSingh, Rajguru, Sukhdev three revolutionaries that shaped the modern and Young India are...


  • Akali Phula Singh
  • Akali Phula Singh


    Akali Phula Singh born in the Kamboj family of village Sihan, now a mound about 5 km to the west of the town Moonak inSangrur district in the family of Ishar Singh around 1761 A.D., he was just over one year when his fatherwounded in the bigger ghalughara, near Malerkotla died and he was only around 7 when his mother...


  • Bhai Mahi Singh Sunam
  • Bhai Mahi Singh Sunam


    Once Guru Gobind Singh was holding his religious court at Anandpur Sahib and the melodious kirtan service was being held. A Sikh scout brought the news that General Madan Khan from Gwalior, had entered Anandpur for a showdown with the Sikhs and the Guru. Learning the news, Guru Gobind Singh announced it in the dewan (assembly...


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