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Babbar Akali Movements A Historical Survey

Description "The Babar Akali Movement", a militant Sikh organization originated from the Gurdwara Reforms Movement of 1920 and took on a national coloring. Its members made unprecedented sacrifices. This research thesis traces its historical background, its emergence as a militant organization, its aims and objectives and its overall contribution to India's struggle for independence. The thesis is well-documented and supported by references from the reliable historical records. It is a systematic scholarly work on this movement and makes a critical evaluation of its contribution. It projects the image of Babar Akalis as selfless crusaders and patriotic freedom fighters[edit]
Keywords Kishan Singh Gargaj, Master Mota Singh, Bhai Randhir Singh, Doaba, Babbar Akalis, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000891
Author Gurcharn Singh
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Punjabi University Patiala
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 30.0
Breadth 21.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         470
 
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