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The Black Prince - New Film Based On Sikh Maharajah Duleep Singh

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StarStriker    1,007
16 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

We're making films on Ghadars now? If 200 years from now we start making movies on Badal; this will prove our gulami mentality.

Who's a gadhar?

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genie    1,109
29 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

We're making films on Ghadars now? If 200 years from now we start making movies on Badal; this will prove our gulami mentality.

How you come to that conclusion that he was a ghadar?

He was kidnapped, forced to convert to Christianity, his riches, his kingdom/empire stolen and he was brainwashed to live a life of a english christian country gentleman in the UK under the guardianship of queen victoria. He joined freemasons as was the custom of subjugadted kings and princes of india and under the freemasonary cult his power and riches were slowly being drained from him. He did not realise until much later on in his life his real roots and so re-embraced Sikhi again and tried to fight the british occupation on punjab by asking for help from the russian tsar and trying to raise a rebellion. But he was unsuccessful in his quests, I wouldnt say he was a ghadar he was a victim of circumstances and actually tried his best with little ability he had left to regain Sikh sovereignty against overwhelming odds against might of the british empire.

Badal family can rightly be called gadar's and should be done for treason by the Sikh kaum.

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StarStriker    1,007
2 minutes ago, genie said:

How you come to that conclusion that he was a ghadar?

He was kidnapped, forced to convert to Christianity, his riches, his kingdom/empire stolen and he was brainwashed to live a life of a english christian country gentleman in the UK under the guardianship of queen victoria. He joined freemasons as was the custom of subjugadted kings and princes of india and under the freemasonary cult his power and riches were slowly being drained from him. He did not realise until much later on in his life his real roots and so re-embraced Sikhi again and tried to fight the british occupation on punjab by asking for help from the russian tsar and trying to raise a rebellion. But he was unsuccessful in his quests, I wouldnt say he was a ghadar he was a victim of circumstances and actually tried his best with little ability he had left to regain Sikh sovereignty against overwhelming odds against might of the british empire.

Badal family can rightly be called gadar's and should be done for treason by the Sikh kaum.

Also last time i looked, duleep singh, didnt kill lakhs of sikhs to stop an uprising, steal from harmandar sahib golaks and pump drugs/alcohol onto his own people. Some ppl round here r so thick its insane. As if a young 10yr old, givin up his empire/dharam/kohinoor/wealth for sum crappy posh houses in england was his actual choice?! Do me a favour. Everyfink u sed is the truth genie!

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jkvlondon    3,419
18 minutes ago, StarStriker said:

Also last time i looked, duleep singh, didnt kill lakhs of sikhs to stop an uprising, steal from harmandar sahib golaks and pump drugs/alcohol onto his own people. Some ppl round here r so thick its insane. As if a young 10yr old, givin up his empire/dharam/kohinoor/wealth for sum crappy posh houses in england was his actual choice?! Do me a favour. Everyfink u sed is the truth genie!

he didn't get anything from gorey he died in poverty in Paris 

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genie    1,109

Furthermore one of Duleep singhs' daughters went on to become a lead campaigner as a suffragette so he indirectly helped the womens rights movement via his princess daughter rebelling against the British political system and social order norms of the age.

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jkvlondon    3,419
2 minutes ago, californiasardar1 said:

Satinder Sartaj as Duleep Singh?  And Duleep Singh is wearing a Patiala Shahi pagh?

 

Looks like a very poorly made movie ...

yep , Rani Jindan didn't sit down to tea with the firangis, she was totally blind when she met her son again and discovered his kesh de beadbhi by touching his face and head .

She was alone with him at that meeting and in those few minutes her words cut him to the soul and he became a sikh again. 

 

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StarStriker    1,007

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5158dfdde4b052be7736ea5e/5204e857e4b0d17bc5f20329/521513e0e4b086b165f538d2/1377113227543/DuleepSingh_Headshot_Yuba_City.jpg?format=750w

Is this a pathan type paghs, which i believe was the "in-thing" during sikh raj? Id imagine hari singh nalwa got influenced from the locals and made it in fashion. Or am i wrong?

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jkvlondon    3,419
14 minutes ago, StarStriker said:

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5158dfdde4b052be7736ea5e/5204e857e4b0d17bc5f20329/521513e0e4b086b165f538d2/1377113227543/DuleepSingh_Headshot_Yuba_City.jpg?format=750w

Is this a pathan type paghs, which i believe was the "in-thing" during sikh raj? Id imagine hari singh nalwa got influenced from the locals and made it in fashion. Or am i wrong?

remember this is a royal comissioned painting and he was mona by this point so this more like a victorian fantasia on the supposed costume of the sikhs . His own father's dastaar was small and simple ...

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Jacfsing2    1,834
1 hour ago, StarStriker said:

Who's a gadhar?

Who converted to Christianity is the one who's a Ghadar

1 hour ago, genie said:

How you come to that conclusion that he was a ghadar?

convert to Christianity, 

Oh look, you answered your own question and yet still asking Daas why he's a Ghadar.

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genie    1,109
6 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

Who converted to Christianity is the one who's a Ghadar

Oh look, you answered your own question and yet still asking Daas why he's a Ghadar.

who was forced to convert to Christianity and groomed to become a christian by his british guardians

again how does that make him a ghadar? someone at 10years old forced to convert to Christianity

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Jacfsing2    1,834
5 minutes ago, genie said:

who was forced to convert to Christianity and groomed to become a christian by his british guardians

again how does that make him a ghadar? someone at 10years old forced to convert to Christianity

What did his new religion do to Punjab everyone knows. From building a big cathedral/clock near Harmandir Sahib, to missionaries to this day decreasing our population and brainwashing the innocent Dalits with money, Shastar ban, limit Sikhi prachar, Jalialwala Bagh, as well as others: this is just Punjab, imagine the entire subcontinent and even further how these Christians massacared the Indigenous people everywhere. For that reason he's a Ghadar. Punjab was split and now because of this Christian-Lover, Sikhs haven't had any real power in the world.

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