Includes bibliographical references (p. -107).
|LC Classifications||BL2017.9.R37 K86 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||2012335087|
Guru Ram Singh is the first leader of the peaceful non-co-operation movement in India."In , Vavel Conference was held in Shimla. All the patriots and political parties participated in the conference. Sri Satguru Ram SIngh Ji,also reached Shimla with Namdhari Sikhs. Namdhari Guru Ram Singh and his movement. [Kuldip Singh, Ph. D.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kuldip Singh, Ph. D. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. About The Author Of 'Namdhari Guru Ram Singh And His Movement' Dr. Kuldip Singh (Associate Professor and Head, Deptt. of History Sri guru Angad Dev College, Khadur Sahib Distt. Tarn Taran) the author of this book " Namdhari Guru Ram Singh and His Movement" was born, brought up and educated in the total rural environment. Sri Satguru Ram Singh Ji (Kuka) (3 February - live till date) was the twelfth guru in the Namdhari Sikh lineage. He is credited as being the first Indian to use non-cooperation and boycott of British merchandise and services as a political weapon. In , the Government of India officially decided to commemorate the th anniversary of Satguru Ram Singh.
- Buy Namdhari Guru Ram Singh and his Movement book online at best prices in India on Read Namdhari Guru Ram Singh and his Movement book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders.4/5(1). This has been the tradition of Sri Guru Nanak. It is an established fact that “Satguru” Jagjeet Singh did not leave a successor. He did not announce the next Namdhari leader to the sangat nor did he write about it. In fact, he spent his final 25 days on a ventilator, without any communication. Guru Ram Singh is the first leader of the peaceful non-co-operation movement in India."In , Vavel Conference was held in Shimla. All the patriots and political parties participated in the conference. Sri Satguru Ram SIngh Ji,also reached Shimla with Namdhari Sikhs. Baba Ram singh was exiled to Burma. He went to his heavenly abode on the 29th November, A.D., in jail of Margee Island. Although the Government crushed the Namdhari movement, yet they could not extinguish the light of freedom lit by Baba Ram Singh. ~ by Sardar Santokh Singh Jagdev, excerpted from his book, 7 Sikh Martyrs.
Fateh Bulai Parvaan Karni. Here is an answer from a Namdhari Singh’s perspective as mostly this has been answered by mainstream Sikhs. Article below is taken from a Namdhari website that sheds light on some questions and misconceptions about the N. Full text of "Namdhari Guru Ram Singh English" See other formats. Khushwant Singh, the well known journalist and author, says in his book A History of the Sikhs that Guru Ram Singh issued ‘hukamn_m_s’ (instructions) to his followers which embraced ethical, social, hygienic as well as political matters; Ethical: Do not lie, steal or commit adultery. Personal: Do not imbibe tobacco, alcohol or meat of any. Some sources say that in , Baba Ram Singh founded the Namdhari sect on the day of Baisakhi, at village Bheni. He established 22 preaching centres in different parts of the country, each of them was under a deputy called Suba. These Subas, at various places such as Gwalior, Banaras, Lucknow, Kabul and Hyderabad, started spreading the teachings of Baba Ram Singh.