Satguru Ram Singh and Kuka Movement
|Author:||Tara Singh Anjan|
|Publisher:||Publications Division of Ministry of Information and Broadcasting|
|Pages:||229 (Throughout color Illustrations)|
|Other Details||8.50 X 5.50 inch|
Satguru Ram Singh was a great freedom fighter and social reformer who established the Namdhari Panth (Kuka Movement) on 12th April, 1857. He was the pioneer in using non-cooperation as a political weapon against the British rule.
The Kukas made great sacrifices for the freedom of the country. The British rulers of India perpetrated all sorts of cruelty against the Kukas -- they were tortured, humiliated, killed, exiled to the Andamans and Myanmar and confined to house arrests. But nothing could deter them from their principles. This book presents a historical account of this movement in a lucid style.
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