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Description Akali Movement (Lehar) andGurdwara Reforms Movement of the 1920s are synonymous. Apart from being a Sikh movement for the liberation of Sikh shrines from the control of Udassi Mahants supported by the British Government, Akali Movement was also an integral part of India's Movement for Independence. Akali and Congressmen worked in tandem. The book portrays lives and contribution of prominent Akali leaders and stalwarts of Akali Movement. The author, being a contemporary of Akali leaders, has given an authentic description of these Akali stalwarts. Some of the prominent among the Akali leaders were Baba Kharak Singh, S.B. Mehtab Singh, Sewa Singh Thikriwala, Kartar Singh Jhabbar, Master Tara Singh, Udham Singh Nagoke, Darshan Singh Pheruman, Ishar Singh Majhail etc. This book is a fine portrait gallery of veteran Akali leaders.[edit]
Keywords Akali Lehar De Mahan Neta, Akali Lehar, Mahan Neta, Partap Singh Giani, Bhai Jawahar Singh Kirpal Singh, Kharak Singh, Mehtab Singh, Sewa Singh, Teja Singh Samundari, Master Tara Singh, Darshan Singh Feruman, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000038
Author Partap Singh, Gyani
Year 1976
Script Gurmukhi
Language Panjabi
Publisher Bhai Jawahar Singh Kripal Singh and Co, Sri Amritsar
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 17.5
Breadth 11.5
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         348
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