A Lion Called Bhindranwale

Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Bhindranwale

Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Bhindranwale

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Tribute video to The Lion Bhindranwale.  Presented with great respect.

Video courtesy of Militant Warrior and Sikh TV.

The balladeer Moranwali says: “if ever Bhindranwale were to return to earth, I would kiss his feet

The young lad on the extreme right  guarding The Lion Bhindranwale was sixten years old and from the State of Jammu. He died defending Darbar Sahib (known by it’s secular misnomer of Golden Temple).

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  1. Bhindrawale was Miri and Piri, Khalsa personified. Anyone wishing to claim they are Khalsa must always be generous to people like him because they get things done for justice and the PEOPLES greater peace. You could never call him selfish. He stood for all human rights not just his own.
    BUT he stupidly got caught in Indiras Gandhi’s games. He could have done it a bit smarter but hey he did well. I think he did not want to look like he was running from anything as people would perceive the guilty man to be hiding so he stayed at the Temple for years. And maybe the government of India’s actions should have got the Sikh people to get serious themselves. But no, it was all left up to Bhindranwale to be a REAL SINGH. And many Sikhs turned their back on him saying he is a troublemaker like they did with Guru Hargobind Ji.
    To the brave, fearless, compassionate Bhindranwale, may his soul rest in peace. May his family not get the injustice they have – they were mostly locked up and abused.

    Wahe guru ji ka khalsa, wahe guru ji ki fateh.

    If the Sikh nation should do anything – it should create a secret society to control the inner core of the Akal Takht and SGPC. Such that no infiltration can occur and if it does its always in lower ranks and can be thwarted.

    • They pass by, they watch the video. But they are too cowardly to write even a single word signifying their respect for the great martyr.

  2. Thanks to Poet Warrior for being honest in an age of deception and sharing the great legacy of Sant Bhindranwale.


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