Cherishing the comfort of satguru‘s feet, beloveds of guru, Waheguru ji ka Khalsa! Waheguru ji ki Fateh!
i will tell you a fable:-
The sun… was setting down first time. As it was going down, the light was decreasing.
As the light was decreasing, the sign of darkness were appearing.
There was a great tumult everywhere.
People were worried that after the sun hides, Darkness will set in, And no one will be able to see anything.
They felt helplessness! The entire world was worried, but the sun set.
Then the darkness, in order to show its might, sets its foot on Earth.
But some where far away in a little hut, a little lamp raised its head. It proclaimed, ‘I challage the Darkness’ ´ ˜if not much, at least i won”t let darkness settle arounf me´
”I will establish light around Myself”
it is said that, watching that little lamp, Lamps began springing up in every little hut thereafter. And the world was amazed… That these lamps stopped Darkness from spreading, so that people could see.
I believe, Today, when darkness is trying… to overwhelm the truth…with all its might, then if not much the self-respecting Punjab… is challeging the darkness like the lamp.
And i pray to the Guru, Who Identifies with truth, To keep this Lamp always LIT.
Bole so Nihal! Sat Sri Akal!
Of all the Kanpur Shaheeds, Bhai Balwant Singh was the youngest, at the tender age of only 15. This child was born in Kanpur while his father, Sardar Maha Singh had moved from village Khoreean Dist. Gujarat. This child was only five months old when he was orphaned by the passing of his father. The Shaheed had one sister and three brothers. Their mother, Mata Sumitra Kaur worked in peoples homes and with great effort raised the entire family. This child had received his early education at Guru Nanak School Kanpul and after passing the eight grade began to sell goods from a cart so that the family’s expenses could be met. Continue reading “Shaheed Bhai Balwant Singh”
Bibi Darshan Kaur was a very brave and daring woman who had a great enthusiasm for Panthic affairs. Her husband Sardar Harnam Singh is also a very spirited indvidual. Bibi Darshan Kaur Ji’s father was Sardar Partap Singh and she married into a family from village Rajat Dist. Campbellpore in 1947. Continue reading “Shaheed Bibi Darshan Kaur”
Bhai Gurjeet Singh was a BA student in the DAV College Kanpur and was considered a good student as well as the NCC (National Cadet Core) Champion. He had received honours in the Jhansee camp as well as others. Continue reading “Shaheed Bhai Gurjeet Singh”