Category Archives: Punjab

Shaheed Udham Singh

March 13,1940, Caxton Hall, London Caxton Hall a building located near  to Westminster, which primarily hosted political events. It’s other use for high society celebrities to register a civil marriage. On this date, though it would be creating a history … Continue reading

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Lala Lajpat Rai

Oct 30, 1928, past his 60’s, with an imposing personality, he stood on the stage at Lahore, and roared in a defiant voice. “Every blow on our bodies this afternoon is like a nail driven into the coffin of British … Continue reading

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When it comes to turning points in Indian history, Amritsar has been witness not to just turning points, but rather tectonic shifts. The Golden Temple, Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, Operation Blue Star, Partition Riots, all milestones in Indian history, which caused … Continue reading

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