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Title Aj Da Punjab Te Sikh Rajniti
Description Although the Sikhs are a nation by all parameters, they have not succeeded to have an independent Sikh sovereign state of their own except for a brief period of half a century during Maharaja Ranjit Singh's sovereign rule in the early nineteenth century. They failed to have a Sikh state during India's partition in 1947. After 1947, what they received in 1966 was a tiny truncated Punjabi Suba on the basis of a linguistic state after a long tortuous agitation. The present volume traces the history and polices of the Sikhs from 1947 to 1977. He records his sense of bitterness and betrayal and injustice meted out to the Sikh both by the ancient and modern rulers of India. Sikh polities has been based on compromise and accommodation throughout due to their lesser numerical strength in modern the age of democracy
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