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Keep Saragarhi Alive

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Submitted by Ravi Ranjan Singh BharatPanthi (India), Oct 1, 2010 at 11:35

Sikhs of the 4th Battalion (then 36th Sikhs) of the Sikh Regiment of British India

visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Saragarhi.

Book named Jange- Saragari, I have heard but no clue where it is available, I shall visit Gurdwara Saragarhi in Firozpur for this purpose in Nov2010.

I am holding Painting Competition for For Children on theme Battle of Saragarhi in Delhi in Winter Vacation

Submitting....

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