Tarabai Bhonsale was the regent of the Maratha Empire of India from 1700 until 1708. She was the daughter-in-law of the empire's founder Shivaji and mother of Shivaji II.
Babur और Akbar के वंशज थे सिर्फ नाम के || The History Series || NewsNumber.Com
Akbar ने राजपूतों के प्रति अपनाई विशेष नीति || The History Series || NewsNumber.Com
Hindu और Muslim दोनों वर्ग के लोग थे Akbar के प्रशंसक || The History Series || NewsNumber.Com
विरासत के रूप में मिली थी Humayun को कठिनाइयाँ || The History Series || NewsNumber.Com
Babur ने पहली बार दिया था धर्म युद्ध का नारा || The History Series || NewsNumber.Com
सेना ने क्यों छोड़ा था Babur का साथ? || The History Series || NewsNumber.Com
इधर–उधर धूमकर Mughal चलाते थे अपनी जीविका || The History Series || NewsNumber.Com
ਗ਼ਦਰ ਲਹਿਰ ਦਾ ਡੂੰਘਾ ਅਸਰ ਸੀ Bhai Mewa Singh ਜੀ ਦੇ ਜੀਵਨ 'ਤੇ || The History Series || NewsNumber.Com
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Giani Ditt Singh was a historian, scholar, poet, editor and an eminent Singh Sabha reformer. Singh wrote over 70 books on Sikhism, the most famous of which is Khalsa Akhbar. His Dayanand naal mera Samvaad and Durga Parbodh are considered major texts of Sikh philosophy.
Sobha Singh (29 November 1901 – 22 August 1986) was a painter from Punjab, India. His main focus was Sikh gurus, their life and work. His series on the Sikh gurus have dominated to an extent that his paintings dominate the public's perception associated with Guru Nanak Dev Ji and Guru Gobind Singh ji.
Misl generally refers to the sovereign states of the Sikh Confederacy, that rose during the 18th century in the Punjab region in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent and is cited as one of the causes of the weakening of the Mughal Empire prior to Nader Shah's invasion of India. This video describes all the 12 Sikh Misls.
Princess Catherine Hilda Duleep Singh (27 October 1871 – 8 November 1942), was the second daughter of H.H. Maharaja Sir Duleep Singh and Maharani Bamba née Müller. She was a lifelong romantic companion of governess Lina Schäfer and from 1904 lived with her in Germany until the latter's death in 1937. She requested her burial at Lina's side in her will. Catherine and Lena were instrumental in aiding many Jewish families escape from Germany during World War II.
This video describes the history of Kapurthala which is related to the Ahluwalia Dynasty. The Ahluwalia Dynasty was founded by Baba Jassa Singh Sahib (1718 – 1783), who was perhaps the greatest Sikh leader of his time.
Ever wondered of touching and feeling the objects placed in a museum? This is no ordinary museum, it’s the first sikh virtual museum- Anglo Sikh Virtual Museum.The Director of Sikh Museum Initiative, Gurinder Singh Mann along with Taran Singh has made it a reality. Using a digital touchscreen and Virtual Reality Setup, you can explore the 3D models of Sikh Cultural Objects, which will take you back to the era of Sikh Raj. For detailed information, visit: https://www.anglosikhmuseum.com/
‘Grace and Favor’ Mansion is on sale, and the price quoted is 15.5 Million Pound. This video describes the Royal House of the last Prince of Sikh Raj, Prince Victor Albert Jay Duleep Singh and his relationship with the British.
This video describes how sikhs reached Fiji. Being sent as slaves by the East India Company, Sikhs in Fiji are now being respected a lot. The image of a Sikh on a 2 Dollar Currency note of Fiji proves it all.
This video describes how the uprising of Multan was widespread in Punjab and how the British who came to take care of Lahore and Maharaja Duleep were on the way of declaring a war against the Lahore Darbaar.
Among all the Indian villages, Sansarpur has produced the largest number of Olympians for the country. The village in its heyday produced 14 Hockey Olympic players, who represented India, Kenya and Canada at the Olympics; interestingly they were all Kulars.
Master Tara Singh (24 June 1885 – 22 November 1967) was a Sikh political and religious leader in the first half of the 20th century. He was instrumental in organising the Shiromani Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee and guiding the Sikhs during the partition of India, which he strongly opposed. He later led their demand for a Sikh-majority state in Punjab, India.
Vasco da Gama, 1st Count of Vidigueira, was a Portuguese explorer and the first European to reach India by sea.
This video describes how despite of bring loyal, Chattar Singh Attariwala was disliked by the British, which consequently made Sher Singh Attariwala and Chattar Singh Attariwala stand against the British.
Teja Singh Samundri was founder of Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee and played an important role in the gurudwara reform movement. Teja Singh Samundri Hall in Amritsar, which houses the head quarter and offices of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee the main religious organization of the Sikhs and part of Golden Temple complex was named after Teja Singh Samundri.
This video describes how coward Mul Raj was sending letters to the British authorities and was begging for forgiveness. Also, how the almost lost battle took a U-turn, when Bhai Maharaj Singh addressed the common people for help.
The Namdharis are a Amritdhari sect of Sikhism. Namdharis are also known as Kuka Sikhs or Sant Khalsa (Saint Khalsa). The Namdharis are recognized as freedom fighters due to their attacks on cow slaughterers. As a result, some Sikhs were sentenced to death by hanging at Ram Bagh, Amritsar.
This video describes how Diwan Mul Raj became the leader of a rebellion without his own personal wish and how Nihung Godar Singh and other multanis killed the soldiers who came to take over Multan.
This video describes how british framed Rani Jinda in a plan in order to keep her away from Maharaja Duleep Singh and how Bhai Maharaj Singh of Naurangabad who was trying to lift the status of Rani Jinda could not be caught by the British.
Amritsar, historically also known as Ramdaspur and colloquially as Ambarsar, is a city in state of Punjab, which is home to Harmandir Sahib, popularly known as "the Golden Temple," one of Sikhism's most spiritually significant and most-visited gurudwaras.
Sardar Hardit Singh Malik, was the first Indian, or rather Asian to join the Royal Flying Corps and to survive the first world war.
This video describes how Lal Singh tried to provoke Sheikh Immamuddin against Gulab Singh Dogra and was found guilty later, and exiled.
This episode describes the battle of Sabraon and the treaty of Lahore which was signed in order to hand over a part of Punjab to British.
This episode describes the various battles fought between Sikh Army and British Army
Bhai Ram Singh was one of pre-partition Punjab's foremost architects, dominating the scene for nearly 2 decades.
This video explains the Battle of Mudki, a part of First Anglo Sikh War, which was lost by the Sikh Army but was fought in such a way that the British were dumbstruck.
This video explains the various reasons because of which Sikh Army lost in the First Anglo Sikh War.
This episode describes how Rani Jinda’s brother, Jawahar Singh was killed in order to take revenge of the killings of Shehzaada Kashmira Singh and Pishora Singh.
This video describes how Gulab Singh Dogra manipulated the Khalsa Fauj.
This video describes the killings of Hira singh dogra, Pandit Jalla and Bhai Bir Singh. The throne of Lahore Darbar is now ready for Duleep Singh.