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Human Rights letter to Supreme Court #FarmersProtest

Human rights students of Punjab University have written a letter to the Indian supreme court’s Chief Justice outlining the oppressive and unconstitutional manner in which human rights of peaceful protestors are being violated. The letter outlines the issues and then gives plenty of evidential material as appendices. The document is a seminal and historical piece which is a resource for…

Parkash of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee

Sikhs around the globe are celebrating the revelation of the tenth Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Jee, who embodied human form today in 1666 CE at what is today Takhat Sri Harmandir Jee, Patna Sahib, Patna, Birhar, India. Read our article ‘Dasve Avtara’ to get a brief overview of Guru Jee’s life https://akaalpublishers.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Dasve-Avtara-Final.pdf Listen to our music track to…

Battle of Chamkaur

Our fictionalised account of the battle has now been added to our free literature. Please open the link to read the account https://akaalpublishers.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Fictionalised-Chamkaur-dee-jang-221220-version-with-images.pdf

The information war against Indian farmers

Information wars, fake news, propaganda, and fact and fiction: all of which have become a foggy mess in the digital age. Fact-checking is unimportant  and fake news is rampant. In times of uncertainty and political turmoil, information wars take centre stage to win hearts and minds of the people in order to win support and implement changes in policy and…

Challenges to Punjab Farmers

The current farmer protests in India have been continuously vilified and simplified to play politics with the lives, futures and livelihoods of peasant farmers. Some of you may shirk at the term ‘peasant’ farmers, but in the scale of the problem, this is exactly where the problem lays, in hardworking people fighting to protect their livelihoods. This blog post is…

Bandi Shorr – The Emancipator

This blog post will focus on: Why do we, as Sikhs, celebrate Diwali? Do we only celebrate Bandi Shorr Divas? What’s the difference or are they both the same? The fifth Guru, Sri Guru Arjan Dev Jee, had been martyred whilst peacefully undergoing five days of inhumane torture at the hands of the minister, Chandhu. Chandu had enmity with the…

Dhan Dhan Mata Sahib Kaur Ji

Sikhs across the globe have been celebrating the Avtar Divas of Mata Sahib Kaur Ji over the last few weeks. This is the day Mata Ji took on human form to bless us. Akaal Publishers in partnership with Kaurageous and other like minded Sikh individuals came together some years ago to celebrate Mata Ji by creating a music track and…

Facebook banning Sikh posts

After yesterday’s mass Facebook banning of posts and accounts across the Sikhisphere we have done some digging into what has and is going on. Facebook has introduced some new words to their lists of banned terms, two we found to be popular yesterday were ‘Baba Gurbachan Singh Manochahal’ and ‘Bhai Jugraj Singh Toofan.’ So any posts that had used these…

Halloween of 1984

After the assassination of Indira Gandhi the prime minister of India on 31st October 1984, Sikhs were murdered, raped, injured and made homeless in Delhi and locations throughout India, in a premeditated and meticulously planned genocide. Listen to our article about what happened or alternatively read the pdf on https://akaalpublishers.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Haloween-and-the-Sikhs-01-1.pdf Watch our digital documentary ‘Genocide 1984’ to learn more You…