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Pardhangi Address

Description This is a text of the presidential address delivered by a leading social activist at a conference of scheduled caste Sikhs (Mahzbi & Ravidasia Sikhs). It highlights the grievances of this community and demands equal rights and reservation for their community in state assembly and educational scholarships. It is a clarion call for an end to their exploitation by the higher castes and government officials. The address, written in an impressive and communicative language, reflects the awakening among the suppressed classes. It makes a brilliant analysis of the areas in which they have been exploited. It reminds the Sikh society that Sikh religion does not allow any discrimination on the basis of caste. It is a well written document[edit]
Keywords Cabinet Mission, Vagaar, Hakook, Assembly, Poona Act, Khalsa Baradari, Zaildar Bachan Singh, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001399
Author Unknown
Year 1946
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Ganda Singh
Custodian Gurvinder Singh
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         8
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