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  1. there was an article in pardesweekly about Himmat Sohis brother in law stealing from golak at Southall Singh Sabha, I could only see the headline. Apparently caught red handed, now there's rumours the security guard who caught him was beaten to keep him quiet? how much truth is there to any of this and why is it not being reported more if true!?
  2. Please attend, forward and share SEMINARS & Akhand Kirtan Darbar in memory of BHAI SAHIB RANDHIR SINGH JI & 100 Years of the GHADAR Movement Saturday 27th October 2012 - 7.30 pm at Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, 2-8 Park Avenue, Southall. UB1 3AQ (Bh. Sukhdeep Singh 07944903730) Sunday 28th October 2012 - 2.00 pm (‘Simrati Granth’ release smagam) at Sikh Missionary Society UK, 10 Featherstone Road. Southall. UB2 5AA Saturday 3rd November 2012 - 6.00 pm at Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, 26 Nottingham Road, Nottingham, NG7 7AE followed by Q&A session & Akhand Kirtan until 12.00 am (Bh. Malkiat Singh 07795545907) Sunday 4th November 2012 - 11.00 am at Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, Princes Street, Derby. DE23 8NT (Bh. Rajinder Singh 07966974505) Supported by & in collaboration with Bhai Sahib Randhir Singh Trust UK, Hardarshan Memorial International Trust (India) Akhand Kirtani Jatha UK Speakers include: Bh. Jaiteg Singh Anant (Surrey, B.C., Canada), Dr. Inderjit Singh Wasu (India), Bh. Joginder Singh (Leicester, UK), Bh. Madan Singh (Birmingham, UK), Bh. Jagtar Singh (Dashmesh Darbar, Surrey, Canada) & others who have researched BHAI SAHIB Literature about and by Bhai Sahib will be available at the seminars For more info contact: Bh. Jujar Singh (07554711133) info@bsrstrust.org www.bsrstrust.org poster2.bmp
  3. The making of Sikh history – literally. I’d like to humbly submit the text below for my brothers and sisters consideration. I hope you enjoy reading it, and receive as much food for thought from it as I did during the translation. Especial thanks to Kam1825 for taking the time to create and share an ebook of the original work from which the translation is derived (Kavi Sainapati Rachit Sri Gur Sobha edited by Dr. Ganda Singh and published through the Publication Bureau of Punjab University of Patiala, 1st edition 1967, 4th edition 1996). Strangely, a few days after I had finished the main bulk of the translation, my own copy of the book miraculously (and unexpectedly) turned up after being missing for over four years! I’ll take that as a good sign. Anyone interested in perusing the original Panjabi text can find it here (between pages 8 and 13 in the PDF reader). Any feedback on improving the translation from knowledgeable parties is not only welcomed, but actively sought. The posts that follow this one reproduces the translation offered below, but includes my own scattered thoughts on the contents (identifiable as the blue italicised text). WJKK WJKF