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New Shaheed Udham Singh Video To Educate Youth

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I made a video to educate our youth on Shaheed Udham Singh's Sacrifice. Please all watch and show to youth who may not know much about Shaheed Udham Singh. Not only for sikhs, for every youth.

VIDEO 1 , Category - History,Educational

The man who brang justice for sikhs,christians,hindus,muslims by punishing O'dwyer

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WJKK WJKF!

Really nice video, videos like this should be shown around Gurdwaras and Sikh Societys. I truly found Shaheed Udham Singh Ji very inspiring and I am sure many others deserve the priviledge of learning his remarkable story.

WJKK, WJKF!

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Nice video.

Parnaam Shaheed Uddham Singh nu

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Great Video Bruv,

Its quite scary the younger kids don't know of Shaheed Udham Singh a Shaheed Bhagat Singh.

Thanks

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DAM GOOD !!!!!

One of my all time favorite songs, and based on the MAN I always looked upto!

Those who have been on this forum since 2003 know that back then in my mona days I had Shaheed Udham Singh's picture as my display image. He was a real lion!

  • He went inside enemy territory to settle scores, didn't act like a hero in his own home
  • He smiled when arrested, didn't try to escape
  • He accepted martyrdom with pride, didn't beg for mercy
  • He killed a beast, not innocent people

All signs of a real lion!!!!!!

SHAHEED UDHAM SINGH ZINDABAD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I would like to add that, historically we should extend the fact that upon meeting Bhai Randhir Singh Ji, at the end of his life before taking the noose of death, he returned to his original Roop of Singh Sajiya. This was the condition upon Bhai Randhir would meet him, and in his last days Udham Singh an admitted Atheist reformed himself spiritually, while ultimately defending the honour of the fallen ones

Veerji, aren't you confusing with Shaheed Bhagat Singh?

Uddham Singh was in a UK Jail, and Bhai Randhir Singh Ji never visited UK as far as I know..

But Bhagat Singh indeed met Bhai Sahib a few days before his shaheedi.

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I would like to add that, historically we should extend the fact that upon meeting Bhai Randhir Singh Ji, at the end of his life before taking the noose of death, he returned to his original Roop of Singh Sajiya. This was the condition upon Bhai Randhir would meet him, and in his last days Udham Singh an admitted Atheist reformed himself spiritually, while ultimately defending the honour of the fallen ones

Veerji, aren't you confusing with Shaheed Bhagat Singh?

Uddham Singh was in a UK Jail, and Bhai Randhir Singh Ji never visited UK as far as I know..

But Bhagat Singh indeed met Bhai Sahib a few days before his shaheedi.

Oops sorry my mistake, brain is fried i think

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I would like to add that, historically we should extend the fact that upon meeting Bhai Randhir Singh Ji, at the end of his life before taking the noose of death, he returned to his original Roop of Singh Sajiya. This was the condition upon Bhai Randhir would meet him, and in his last days Udham Singh an admitted Atheist reformed himself spiritually, while ultimately defending the honour of the fallen ones

Veerji, aren't you confusing with Shaheed Bhagat Singh?

Uddham Singh was in a UK Jail, and Bhai Randhir Singh Ji never visited UK as far as I know..

But Bhagat Singh indeed met Bhai Sahib a few days before his shaheedi.

Oops sorry my mistake, brain is fried i think

Koi na veer...

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nice video.. :D

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nice vid,

there was an Akhand paath arranged, which I attented in yaad of Shaheed Udham Singh's jaman din, which ended on 28 / 12 / 08 at Khalsa Jatha Gurudwara Shepherds Bush London (first Gurukhar in whole of E.U),

Udham Singh was regular at this GuruKhar and if you go there you will see many rare pictures of this, he also resided for some time at this particular gurukhar.

There are more events in the pipeline for Gurukhar as there is not many sangat at all or events held here. I will keep everyone posted.

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