Sikh History - 5 Betrayal of The Sikhs (1926-1947) - Book By Dr. Harjinder Singh Dilgeer

Publisher: Sikh University Press
Authors: Dr. Harjinder Singh Dilgeer
Page: 216
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Language: English
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Table of Contents For 'Sikh History-5 Betrayal of The Sikhs (1926-1947)' By Dr. Harjinder Singh Dilgeer

Contents

 
struggle for Power among the Sikhs 7
Division among the Akalis ranks  
Victory of Kharak Singh - Tara Singh group in S.G.P.C.  
Death of Teja Singh Samundari in Jail  
First Election of the Office-Bearers of the Central Board   
Shiromani Akali Dal becomes a Political Organization 13
Simon Commission and the Sikhs  
Bardauli Agitation  
Sikh elite formed 'Central Sikh Association '  
The Sikhs and the Hindu leadership of Congress  
Simon Commission at Lahore  
Nehru Report 22
The first act of betrayal of the Sikhs by the Congress  
Civil Non Co-operation Movement 37
Gandhi Invites Sikhs to get beaten  
Civil Non Co-operation Movement in the Punjab  
Colours of Proposed Flag of Independent India  
Murder of Ganga Singh Kamboj & His Family  
Master Tara Singh leads jath to Peshawar  
Firing at Gurdwara Sees/Sis Ganj  
The Round Table Conferences 45
The Communal Award (1932) and the Sikhs 51
The Unity Conferences  
Third Round Table Conference  
The Sikh-Muslim Relations 58
Shaheed Ganj Singhanian  
Attack on Gurdwara at Kot Bhai Than Singh  
Ban on Kirpan 67
Tribal War among the Sikh Leaders: the Clash of Titans 71
Nehru Report  
Sikh colour in flag  
Division in, and death of, the Khalsa Darbar  
Formation of New Akali Das  
One group declares Kharak Singh as 'Dictator'  
Mediation by the Gursewak Sabha  
Gandhi's disdain for the Sikhs and Sikhism 87
Gandhi's hidden sympathy for the mahants  
Gandhi's utterances against Guru Gobind Singh  
Gandhi stops Ambedkar from joining Sikh faith  
Gandhi's hatred for Kirpan  
Gandhi condemns Sikh religion  
Asses lead Tigers 94
2nd World War and the Sikhs 109
Cripps Mission 118
Another Phase of the Sikh Muslim Alliance  
Baldev Singh joins Punjab Cabinet  
Pakistan versus Sikh State 127
Azad Punjab Scheme  
Congress supports a book insulting Guru Nanak  
Sapru Committee  
Ajit Singh Sarhadi joins Muslim League Ministry in N.W.F.P.  
Simla Conference (1945) 147
Unwise statements by the Sikh leadership  
Master Tara Singh puts forth analogy of Israel  
The English begin talking of freeing the sub-continent  
The Hindu leaders again begin wooing the Sikh leaders  
The Wavell Plan 152
Congress Party again plays anti-Akali role  
The S.G.P.C. passes resolution for a Sikh State  
Meeting between Master Tara Singh and Jinnah  
Cabinet Mission 162
Injustice to the Sikhs by the Congress and the British 174
Direct Action by the Muslim League  
Muslim League boycotts the Constituent Assembly  
Master Tara Singh's fears against Sikh-Muslim Union  
Violence in the Punjab  
Mountbatten Plan (Division of the Punjab)  
Declaration of Partition of Punjab and Bengal  
Role of Master Tara Singh 197
Bibliography 202
Index 206

 

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