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Title Jivani Sardar Sewa Singh Thikriwal
Description Punjab has been a nursery of Sikh martyrs who sacrificed their lives for their religious, political and human rights. S. Sewa Singh Thikriwala (1882'1935) is one of the prominent freedom fighters and Sikh martyrs of Punjab in the twentieth century. Founder of Praja Mandal Movement, an Akali activist, he underwent imprisonment for many years and finally sacrificed his life after being tortured by the feudal rules of Patiala state. His life and sacrifice is saga of exemplary endurance and source of inspiration for the coming generations. Theirs biographical account is an objective, authentic and comprehensive description of the life of this great martyr. Its diction matches the lofty subject of this public icon
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