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Saturday, 28 January 2012

Khanda - Avtar Randhawa Out Now On iTunes



RESPECT THE KHANDA & THE SACRIFICES BEHIND IT!

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We have some singers and indeed Sikh Youths who think by wearing a Khanda alone will make them a Sikh,you always hear the line 'oh im Sikh' and they either pull out a Khanda Chain or a Kara.Our people need to wake up and learn what the Khanda and Kara actually stand for this is the very same Khanda our forefathers carried in to battle on the holy Nishan Sahibs,the very Kareh we wore were worn by our forefathers and Shaheeds such as Baba Deep Singh Ji,Baba Banda Singh Bahadur,Maharaja Ranjit Singh,Shaheed Hari Singh Nalwa,Shaheed Udham Singh,Shaheed Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Khalsa Bhindranwale,and millions of others but how many of us actually look at our Karas/Khanda and remember the Shaheeds and what the ideology behind our Sikh Ethos is??????? Its time to get a reality check and wake up!

itunes Link: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/khanda-feat.-jeeti-single/id497773643?ls=1


Friday, 27 January 2012

Dal Khalsa's Letter To The PM Of India On India's So Called Republic Day - When Sikhs Were Enslaved

On India’s Republic Day, Dal Khalsa sends memo to PM Dr Manmohan Singh describing 'India as a land of injustice' and an 'opportunistic state'

Respected Prime Minister, As Punjab goes to the polls on Jan 30, the political landscape of the state is devoid of issues and concerns. All parties in a fray are resorting to populism of the worst kind, mocking the population of the state. A proud Punjabi people, believing in “Kirat” –honestly doing one’s duty to earn a living, have been reduced to holding the begging bowl for freebies and largesse from a state whose fiscal policies are teetering on creating and fostering systems of inequitable distribution of wealth, loot of natural resources and more expenditure on defence than health and education.


Below is the full text of the memo:


Respected Dr. Manmohan Singh

Prime Minister of India

Sardar Sahib jio,

Waheguru ji ka Khalsa. Waheguru ji ki Fateh.



We congratulate “you” and “your people” on “your country’s” Republic Day (26th January). Two years from now, you will go down in history as the Prime Minister of India who has had two tenures in a row, a Prime Minister of impeccable honesty and personal integrity and in some eyes a Prime Minister who was tied down by personal loyalty to Congress president Mrs. Sonia Gandhi and the politics of a lame-duck coalition government.


You are a Prime Minister who has a Sikh face, who visits Darbar Sahib, Amritsar on New Year day to seek Waheguru’s blessings, and who became Prime Minister notwithstanding the fact that the Sikhs in India and the Diaspora, even in their wildest dreams would not have thought of a Sikh as a Prime Minister. However, their “celebration” of a Sikh Prime Minister began and ended there.


While you unfurl the Indian tricolour on the ramparts of the Red Fort, we cannot but recall that the Sikh nation, under the leadership of Dal Khalsa chieftain Baba Baghel Singh had unfurled the Sikh National Flag from the same spot in 1783. We cherish that legacy.


Today, India as a land of injustice, a land which for the last 65 years has left no stone unturned to let the Sikhs know that they are only a small tiny minority and nothing more.


Chapter after chapter can be written about the alienating role of the Indian state. Constitutionally, Sikhism is not even a separate religion; leave alone the recognition of Sikhs as a nation. Legally, we have to marry, adopt and own property as members of Hindu religion under ‘Hindu Marriage Act’; Sikhs do not have their own personal laws.

Since 1966, you and your party could not give Punjab its capital or a High Court. The land rights of the people of Punjab have been left unresolved.


For decades, in violation of the riparian principle there is a continuous loot of our water wealth. The river waters dispute is still unresolved and now the State wants to either abrogate water rights to the Union of India or give it to multi-national companies. In the last many years, we have been burnt alive on the streets of this country without recourse to justice. Our human rights have been violated with impunity.


Religiously, our Gurdwaras are administered under the provisions of an Act, which is deliberately allowed to have flaws, so that the state can play with it as it deems fit –do you know that the elections to the SGPC were concluded in September 2010 and the house has not yet been constituted?


As Punjab goes to the polls on Jan 30, the political landscape of Punjab is devoid of issues and concerns. All parties in a fray are resorting to populism of the worst kind, mocking the population of the state. A proud Punjabi people, believing in “Kirat” –honestly doing one’s duty to earn a living, have been reduced to holding the begging bowl for freebies and largesse from a state whose fiscal policies are teetering on creating and fostering systems of inequitable distribution of wealth, loot of natural resources and more expenditure on defence than health and education.


Sikhs, who adore you or even oppose you, would have thought that you will do enough to stop the denigration of the Sikh image. On the contrary, we are still a butt of ‘Irish jokes’ and on the international front too your government has failed to resolve the problems related to Sikh identity.


India today is an opportunistic state, whose secularism has been sacrificed many a time at the altar of the needs of the political parties and their leaders. Our sensitivity and sensibilities are under attack all the time. We see no real future for our people.


We reinforce and reiterate that the Sikhs are a sovereign people. We are wedded to the ideal, “A Sikh is either a sovereign or a rebel.” Dal Khalsa will continue its work for fulfillment of the rightful political aspirations of the Sikh people through the right to self-determination.

With best wishes

Kanwar Pal Singh

Secretary, Political Affairs

Dal Khalsa

Amritsar

Ph-098149-07055

Dated- 26 Jan 2012


Another Black Day OR Republic Day of India? - The Reality of India



THE REALITY OF INDIA & HOW IT IS KILLING MINORITIES - SHOCKING FOOTAGE IN THIS VIDEO A MUST MUST WATCH!

Inkquisitive Illustration - Beard White As Snow (Baba Deep Singh Ji)

Thursday, 26 January 2012

26th January A Black Day For The Sikh Nation When Slavery Was Put Around Our Necks





EVERY SINGLE SIKH WATCH THIS VIDEO NOW! 26TH JAN INDIA'S SO CALLED REPUBLIC DAY IS NOT A DAY OF CELEBRATION FOR US! BUT A DAY WHEN SLAVERY WAS PUT AROUND OUR NECKS,THEREFORE IN 1986 WE DECALRED KHALISTAN OUTSIDE SRI AKAL TAKHT SAHIB AS OUR ULTIMATE GOAL! PART 2:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2a6CZhxFLDU WATCH,LEARN,POST & SHARE!!! KHALISTAN ZINDABAD

Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Sarbat Khalsa Khalistan Declaration Of Independence 1986



ON THIS DAY IN 1986 OVER 500,000 SIKHS GATHERED INSIDE THE GOLDEN TEMPLE COMPLEX OPPOSITE SRI AKAL TAKHT SAHIB & DECLARED KHALISTAN IN FRONT OF THE WORLD & HINDUTVA INDIA WHICH IS HELL BENT ON WIPING THE SIKH NATION OUT ! WE HAVE ALL BEEN TO HARMANDAR SAHIB BUT HOW MANY OF YOU NOW THE SIKH NATION GATHERED IN SUCH HUGE NUMBERS TO DECLARE THEIR FREEDOM!ITS YOUR JOB TO CARRY THE STRUGGLE FORWARD ..SHARE THIS VIDEO WITH ALL & EDUCATE EACH OTHER! KHALISTAN ZINDABAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dal Khalsa Writes To The US Embassy Regarding Jay Lenos Offensive Joke On Sri Harmandar Sahib

Below is a copy of a letter sent to the US Embassies in New Delhi & London by Dal Khalsa International



The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary

Embassy of the United States of America,

New Delhi

Hon’ble Ambassador:

We are distressed to note that instead of taking a stand against the unwanted, unnecessary reference to the holiest of holy Darbar Sahib, aka the Golden Temple by NBC commentator Jay Leno, the US government has officially defended the comments. Dal Khalsa strongly believes that ‘freedom of speech/expression’ is not a license to offend.

Obviously, like many other things, this shows the crass insularity of the West towards the sentiments of others. Undoubtedly, we live in a world torn down by national barriers, but the commentator and its employers, the NBC, must note that we live in a pluralistic world order and that we need to be sensitive to people’s beliefs and feelings. In the present case, it is not a question of feelings of one person that has been hurt, but a reference to Darbar Sahib-the Vatican of the Sikhs, has deeply hurt the sentiments of the entire Sikh community, including Sikh-Americans.

A peaceful world order –the proclaimed aim of the American government cannot be built on hate or irreverence hinging on blasphemy. We are unwilling to believe that this is out of ignorance and if it is, this ignorance is too profound to be ignored by the community which is at the receiving end. To dub it is a satire as has been done by your government is to further add fuel to the fire. It is nothing but another cruel joke on the Sikhs. What would have been the reaction of practising Christians if the reference was to the Vatican instead of the Golden Temple?

Jay Leno, has made snide remarks earlier also like, calling the Sikhs –‘diaper-heads’ in 2007 and spreading falsehood of “turban being compulsory to enter the Golden Temple” when President Barack Obama was to visit India in 2010.

Sikh Diaspora will continuously campaign till Jay Leno and the NBC apologises and the American govt regrets its defense of the comedian.

With kind regards

Kanwarpal Singh

Secretary, political affairs

Dal Khalsa

Amritsar

Selena Dhillon Never Forget 1984

Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Sunday, 22 January 2012

Najra Amrinder Gill ft Dr Zeus



REPOSTING THIS AS MOST DIDN'T UNDERSTAND THE MEANING OF THE LYRICS,THE SONG IS WRITTEN BY THE GREAT RAJ KAKRA A MAN WITH A GREAT PANTHIC MIND.NARJRA IS SIMPLY A NAME IN THE STORY OF THE SONG REFERRING TO THE AVERAGE SIKH PANJABI,SEEP IS A GAME OF CARDS,A SATH IS A WIDE GATHERING UNDER A TREE WHICH OUR FOREFATHERS & ELDERS IN VILLAGES ACROSS PANJAB SIT & PLAY CARDS UNDER & SOCIALISE ...SO THE SONG IS USING A METAPHOR TO THE AVERAGE SIKH TO SAY ITS TIME TO PLAY THE GAME AS IN SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE DONE...WAKE UP TAKE ACTION...PANJAB IS BEING DESTROYED

Najra Amrinder Gill





A SHORT VERSION OF NARJA BY AMRINDER GILL,FOCUSING ON THE PLIGHT OF PANJAB & THE SIKH NATION

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