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Hello, Sat Sri Akal, W.K.W.F: Kular65 Ji! A very warm welcome from SikhiWiki and many thanks for your contributions so far. I hope you will keep visiting this website and that you will help us enhance it by checking it, amending it, by adding to it, by discussing issues on the discussion pages, etc. Please feel free to add to or amend any of the topics that you have knowledge about. Don't worry about making mistakes, as these can be easily corrected.

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With Waheguru's kirpa, may you always remain in Chardi kala. Many thanks, Hari Singh 10:13, 28 August 2007 (EDT)


Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh Kular ji

I am sorry but it was not my intention to cause you any offence; I feel I have. I apologise for making you feel uncomfortable and intimidated by what I said and did. May the Guru bless us so that we can better understand his message and behave in a manner which would be in keeping with that supreme message. I am sorry but I did not express my views more lovingly as required by the Guru.

However, for what you did, I am highly proud and very grateful. Your action are those of a humble and loving Sikh of the gracious and mighty Guru. May Waheguru continue to guide us so that we may spread His message in the best way that we can. I hope the Guru gives you the strength to express your ideas with the delicate touch that I am sure are capable. My kind regards & the Guru's most abundant blessings, Hari Singh 17:19, 5 April 2008 (MDT)

Welcome to Sikhiwiki

Sat Shri Akaal, Kular ji, please continue to contribute. I have expanded your preface to Daulat Rai's book giving a few details of his purpose in writing it.

Regards, Allenwalla 14:22, 4 March 2009 (UTC)

Dear sir I will do as you have asked. thank you Gurfathe ji kular--Kular65 17:54, 3 May 2010 (UTC)


Tarlochan Singh Kular ji, thanks for the many catches of typos, ect. on the Bhagat Singh article, however I was puzzled by the removal of a whole paragraph without any explanation.

I have added some of the info back, please let me know if this is objectionable.

Rab Rakha, Allenwalla 16:01, 3 May 2010 (UTC)

Dear Sir, I have no objection as to what you have done. as for why i have deleted your artical was, it was incomplete as to how the Assembly bomb case came about. I have found a book with the original telegrams and eyewitness which were presented to the court. In it are the articals that have not been written since 1946 with ref: to Mahatma Gandhi and the rest. I am sorry if you were offended by my crude method of deleting your articals, i would have written later on as to why i had erased your paragraphs.

Gurfathe ji Kular--Kular65 16:18, 3 May 2010 (UTC)

Allenwala ji, shall i carry on with my contribution on the Bhagat Singh because i think that the readers of this site can have a full indepth study of the case. Regarding the conspiracy theories of M.K. Gandhi, before the conclusion of the Gandhi-Irwin Pact of 1931 M.K. Gandhi could have asked the Viceroy to commute the sentences to life imprisonment, he felt that it was not in the larger intrests of the country.

For refrence see, The History of the Indian National Congress, Vol. 1, Bombay (1946), page 442.

i can go on and on

Waiting for your reply.

Gurfathe ji--Kular65 17:00, 3 May 2010 (UTC)

Not my article

Sardar ji, The article was not mine and I have no idea who wrote what as I do not bother to look. Like you, I think the truth of the matter is what should be represented here. I left your additions alone and added in only the translation of the phrase, because it looked as if the other words they yelled out, were the translation. I wish you would write a page on the euphemism - 'Transportation for Life'. I can't find out if he was sent to 'Black water - (Andamans. Again thanks for all your help.

Allenwalla 20:12, 3 May 2010 (UTC)

Dear Allenwalla ji, please accept my apolodies for sounding rude. let me see if can get anything on the transportation subject.

--Kular65 10:10, 4 May 2010 (UTC)

Pros and cons

Bhai Sahib ji, Waheguru ji ka Khalsa, Waheguru ji ki Fateh

Many thanks for your kind message; I am most grateful for your words of encouragement; may Waheguru assist us further so that we can be worthy to be called His sevadars. Bhai sahib, we are humble servants of the Guru unworthy of any calibre; much needs to be done in the world but we have done very little so far; only with the Guru's assistance we will ever make any real progress.

As you rightly say, SGGS is our source of spiritual guidance; we wish to follow the model set by the Gurus. Yes, pros and cons are important but without keeping to the guidance of the holy Granth we will be wasting our time. Saying negatives about a person unnecessarily is not something that I wish to associate with; the Gurus did not do it and the Sikhs should not. You can criticise the wrong but why criticise the wrong doer; he is just lost as are we in this jungle of Maya; we are all doers of wrong on this earth; so where will we stop!

Please feel free to give your views as only by sharing can we better understand Gurmat. Kind regards, Hari Singhtalk 22:50, 3 May 2010 (UTC)


Bhai Sahib ji, Sorry for my previous short message, I had only a half hour to meet an air conditioning man across town, before the supplier closed for the day. My 80+ years old mother's heat pump died yesterday.

As i said i saw you had done several edits catching little typos, ect., (mostly what i do here as well). Then you deleted one paragraph without saying why. I looked to see if there was any info that was valuable. The date had been stated and the fact that the two shaheeds had surrendered (not tried to escape) and pointed out that they had not intended to harm anyone seemed important to me.

The mention of the bomb going off near Nehru and Patel seemed to belong to the sentence above and out of place at the beginning of a new paragraph.

Does the new book claim that they were intending to harm anyone.

The fact that the British agreed that they had taken trouble to avoid death and injury also seemed important to note. The Boston tea party did not involve explosions and no one was shot either, but the sheer cost of the fortune in tea that was dumped certainly got the British monarch's attention in the same way the explosions did that day.

Did they not drop the leaflets?

Your comments to me were posted on your page. Clicking on my name in blue at the end of my message and then on the plus sign, after the word edit (or word discussion then plus after edit will alert me to your message, as you should now be alerted to this response.

Is the book SHAHEED BHAGAT SINGH ---Little known facts

By Mohinder Bhatnagar the new material you refer to?

Rab Rakha, Allenwalla 23:39, 3 May 2010 (UTC)


This is what i found re the book:

Shaheed Bhagat Singh: A biography (Unknown Binding) by Gurdev Singh Deol (Author) No customer reviews yet. Be the first.

Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.

As you see you could write a review, but the book is not availiable. You posted on my user page where we post our own info, you have none on yours. I am in the US - used to teach at a university, have been an art director (tv) and artist, and am getting quite old now. You can check out the user pages of those of us who are active contributors. Also it will help if you type 4 tildes at the end of communications, otherwise one must look in the history at top.

Thanks for the info.

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