Panjab Digital Library (Punjab Digital Library), Sikh Digital Library Welcome GUEST
New user sign up
 
   
Forgot password | Contact us   
Search in for  Advanced Search
Manuscripts | Books | Magazines | Newspapers | Photographs | Pamphlets | Files
  To keep it available online
     
 
 
 About Us
History
Policies
Media Room
Working Groups
Current Projects
Behind the Scenes
 Services
Digitization
Data Mining
Interlibrary
Exhibitions
Preservation
Turning Pages
Digitization Training
 General Info
Jobs
Team
Volunteer
Collections
Downloads
Case Studies
Donor Levels
Acknowledgments
 
 
     
   
  
Panjab Digital Library - Digitization of The Indian Quaterly Register 1924
Associated Discussion Forum
 
Download PDF
         4 MB
Downloaded 114 times.
The Indian Quaterly Register 1924

Description The Bill for the control and management of Sikh Gurdwaras by an elected body of the Sikhs was passed in 1925. After this the representative Sikh body known as Shiromani Gurdwara Parbhandhak Committee came into being. But before the passage of the Gurdwara Act and constitution of SGPC, the Sikhs had to wage a long drawn battle and make innumerable sacrifices for almost two decades to get their sacred shrines liberated from the illegal possession of British supported Mahants. This collection contains the extracts from the proceedings of the Punjab legislative council as well as authentic contemporary literature published on the several stages of the Gurdwara Bill as well as the Sikh/Akali Movement launched for the liberation of Sikh shrines. These articles taken from contemporary journal (1924) summarize the whole history of the Gurdwara movement. These essays provide valid information about this slice of Sikh history to the researchers of Sikh history[edit]
Keywords Sardar Jogindra Singh, The Sikh Onestion, Mahants, Gurdwara Bill, Akali Jathas, Babbar Akalis, SGPC, Sikh Sudhar Committee, Akali leaders Trial, Gurdwara Bill, Sikh Gurdwara Act, Legislative Council, Sir William Birdwood, Jodh Singh, Narain Singh, Jhanda Singh Vahil, Tara Singh, Mangal Singh, Lahore Fort, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000713
Year 1924
Script Roman
Language English
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 34.0
Breadth 23.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         101
 
 Adopt this Book  
Report error
Related Documents
Panjab Digital Library - Revealing the Invisible Heritage of Panjab through Digitization - Punjab Digital Library - User Comments  
Comments : Post | Read
  Bookmark and Share

  Manuscripts |   Books |   Magazines |   Newspapers |   Photographs |   Pamphlets |   Files
PDL Guestbook | Info for Custodians | Privacy Statement | FAQs | Feedback | Disclaimer | Forms | PDL Metadata Schema

Revealing the Invisible Heritage of Panjab