Bibliography. Copyright © Narinder Singh Sall “Brief Biological Sketch of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh Ji”. Retrieved from. (c) Gyani Nahar Singh’s Preface PUBLISHER’S NOTE The first edition of ‘Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh’ was published in the year. Title: BE01 – Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh, Author: Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh Trust UK, Name: BE01 – Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir.

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One man sent by Kartar Singh Sarbha into the randyir was taken into custody. So now you will be extremely pleased autobbiography learn that your dear Bhagat Singh is a believer in God and he will die with complete spiritual faith in Sikhism, and according to the Sikh terminology, I will face not death but ascension.

When specifically asked about his mystic experiences he would remain silent, the way Buddha re- mained silent over the question.

Rikabganj matter was brought forward. Harnam Singh Tundi Lat accompanied him armed with loaded revolvers. Teacher with a Difference: Bhai Randhir Singh was perhaps the first outstanding leader of the times who not only baptised Hindus born in low caste aytobiography but once they became disciplined Khalsa, he treated them as his gur-bhais and kith and kin in the fraternity of Guru Gobind Singh.

Bhai Parmanand in his book “My life story” writes ‘Hardy al was a fickleminded man. People were so thrilled by his melodious voice and enchanting kirtan that they showered hun- dreds of rupees on him.

After meditation, I had a mind to meet some friends. So saying, he sent a prison-warder with me and ordered him to permit us to have an unrestricted meeting. Once Baba Sawan Singh’s house autobiogrpahy fire.

It appeared we had known each other for long time. He wrote other poems on small incidents which moved his deeply emotional soul.

The Ghadarites had a very childish notion of a revolution. All that you have achieved by this wrong step is some trumpeting of your name and heroism by some papers. Bhai Randhir Singh was one of those rare men whose life and teachings and whose work and writings are so fused, that each in its own way bears authentic witness to the other. Bhai Randhir Singh’s Jatha held its first closed door metting in September, at Khanna and the second most important meet- ing was held on January 19, at Chamkaur.


All the rest, soldiers, Sikhs, or Muslims Have only grams to eat, O people. In the beginning ofhowever, the history of the Lahore outrage was discovered. This party publishes a Weekly 8 pages paper, the Ghadar Rebellion in three languages. He was taken in a critical condition to the Civil Hospital, Ludhiana. More Troubles in Nagpur Jail In order to attain divine union with God, the soul has to pass through the obscure night of mortification of the desires and self denial in all things.

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But when Hardyal calculated the legal and political risks of starting a revolutionary paper in a foreign country, he shrank from the grim and dangerous responsi- bility.

He compelled the priests and managements of Anandpur Sahib, Chamkaur Autobiogrpahy and other his- torical shrines to open their doors to all devotees, irrespective of caste, colour or creed and to restore traditional respect and sanctity of these shrines. When Achhra Singh was asked to identify Bhai Randhir Singh, he, out of shame, did not dare to do so but said eye sight was too bad for identification.

His faith and virtues were near-allied and mutually indispensible. An attack of bacilli dysentery further aggravated his illness during the last nine months of his life but from his glowing red face, it was difficult to guess whether he was at all ill. He reached India along with his companions autobiotraphy being detected.

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The revolutionist despises every sort of doctrinairism and has renounced the peaceful, scien- tific pursuits, leaving them to future generations. He felt that some veil over his heart was torn away, so abruptly, that it left a wound behind. The bitterness against racial discrimination came to ahead when Baba Gurdit Singh, a Sikh businessman of Singapore, char- tered a Japanese ship Komagata Maru and dropped anchor in Vancouver harbour with Sikhs and Punjabi Hindus and Muslims aboard.

He showed exceptional intelligence, and a quick grasp over his studies.


It was his inherent timidity and fear of being arrested and imprisoned that impelled Lala Hardyal to take up this attitude. The Sikh papers had very limited circulation. The prison officials stood there ready to carry out the order of my release but my feet were reluctant to move away from such dear companions. In consultation with the eminent Sikh divine Saint Attar Singh and a number of other religious personalities, Bhai Randhir Singh organized a Panthic Conference at the historical shrine of Damdama Sahib and foundation was laid here of a predominantly rural organi- zation named the Panch Khalsa Diwan.

I Jagainst the accused on October 28, mentions that they were.

They did not have the slightest thought of such cheap publicity and never even in a dream had any ambition of personal glory. You could fearlessly take part in the freedom struggle and serve your country and humanity as you wished.

Bhai Randhir Singh threw away the wooden ruler and stood for five minutes in prayer with folded hands invoking the mercy of Almighty God to save the lives of the innocent boys and forgive those servants who had confessed and repented. The whole thing was brilliantly organized. Out of about seven to eight thousand revolutionaries who entered India a large majority were arrested.

Jot Vigas Long Poem. Since then we remained quite busy with the publication of the other works of Bhai Sahib and could not bring out its second edition earlier much to the disappoint- ment of the interested readers.

Thousands of people marched from Ludhiana, Jullundur on foot to attend this meeting and it was attended by Sikh divines, rural leaders.

Autobiography of Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh

I asked him if he had taken permission from the Singn. I pointed out to the audience, the utter futility of the matter after a large representative Diwan at Lahore had submitted a memorandum to the Government. Hardyal toured the States to collect Weekly Report of Criminal Intelligence Feb.