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Canadian Sikhan da Itihaas

Description The book deals with the reasons and circumstances in which the Sikh started migrating to Canada in the first decade of 20th century. It describes the modes of their immigration, the problems and ordeals such as racial discrimination, lack of equal human rights, their struggle for settling in Canada and for getting fundamental rights, and establishment of Gurdwaras. Their struggle was carried on under the aegis of Khalsa Dewan Society. From being mill workers, Sikhs have become prosperous enterpreneurs and have occupied big positions in Canadian legislatures. Book is an authentic history of Sikh settlers in Canada.[edit]
Keywords Canadian Sikhan Da Itihaas, Canadian Sikh, Sohan Surinder Singh Sangha Sakrulvi , Sikh History, Sikh Leadership, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000055
Author Sohan Surinder Singh Sangha
Year 1999
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Khalsa Diwaan Society Vancour Canada
Custodian Gurvinder Singh
Length 27.0
Breadth 21.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         420
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