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The Valiant Fighter

Description This is a biographical account of Master Tara Singh, the veteran Akali leader and his contribution to the Sikh cause. The book portrays him as a devout Sikh, a religious crusader, a national freedom fighter and a representative leader of the Sikhs. Since the book was written in 1942, it records Master Ji activities up to that year only and does not cover his post-independence role in Sikh politics, and Sikh social life. In that sense it is not a complete biography. It is full of admiration for the Sikh stalwart and Sikh leader. However, the account despite being incomplete is true to the facts and makes a valid evaluation of its protagonist's contribution.[edit]
Keywords Master Tara Singh, Ishar Singh Majhail, Unionist, Jinnah, Muslim League, Nanak Chand, Communal Award, Sikh National College Lahore, Baldev Singh, Sir Sunder Singh, Rawalpindi, Giani Kartar Singh, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001262
Author Durlab Singh
Year 1942
Script Roman
Language English
Custodian Kirpal Singh, Dr.
Length 18.5
Breadth 12.1
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         196
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