Pukka sahib

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  • Burmese Days Essay

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    lives of a handful of high-class English gentlemen living in Burma during the time of the British colonial period. The story focuses on one man in particular; John Flory, who gradually succumbs to his life of loneliness and boredom. Though a '"'pukka sahib'"' or

  • As Sikh Genocide And The Sikh Massacre

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    as Sikh Genocide “Never forget 1984” Many years has been passed but still when we read the Sikh genocide in 1984, our eyes filled with the tears. The 1984 Sikh riots also known as the Sikh Massacre or the genocide of Sikhs, started after the murder of Indira Gandhi, the Prime Minister of India by her own two Sikh bodyguards. The reason behind this was to take the revenge from Mrs. Gandhi as it was her decision to have an attack on the Golden Temple, one of the biggest holy place of the Sikh community

  • The Impacts Of The Death Of Indra Gandhi

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    This short story depends on the genuine encounters of individuals who were the casualties of 1984 uproars. The essayist saw all the annihilation which was occurring around then. A picture still frequents him, even after such a variety of years. The author, as well as individuals living in numerous spots exceptionally the individuals who are living in the boulevards of Delhi are still under an injury. These mobs occurred in the nation taking after the homicide of Indraji. The Prime Minister of India

  • Amritsar is the spiritual capital of the Sikhs

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    to Amritsar's most famous attraction, the Golden Temple. Other places are - Akal Takhat, Tower of Baba Atal Rai, Jallianwala Bagh, Durgiana Temple, Summer Place of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Khalsa College & Guru nanak Dev University, Goindwal, Khadur Sahib, Ram Tirath, Harike Wetland, Baba Bakala, Dera Baba Jaimal Singh and much more. #Places to Eat A true foodie can spend days in the land of butter, ghee and other rich gourmet delights that has given Amritsari cuisine a special niche. Some of the restaurants

  • Operation Blue Star Essay

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    “Operation Blue Star”, only the name represented the pleasant color. The result of the Operation Blue Star was the bitter part of the Indian history. Born in the violent year of 1947, Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale was the unfortunate spark of the biggest communal riots seen in India. The khalisthan movement for a better and republic state for Punjab was still going on, opposing this were the Indian congress party, which was dominated by Indira Gandhi and her son Sanjay Gandhi. In 1977, Indira asked

  • Visit Amritsar Essay

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    Visit Amritsar – The City Of The Glorious Golden Temple Amritsar, the holy city in Punjab is a place that almost immediately reminds us of the mesmerising Golden Temple. This shrine is the most holiest place of pilgrimage for Sikhs from all over the world. How lucky are the folks of Delhi that this stunning city is located just 8 hours from the city?! This boisterous city is known for its outstanding cuisine, handicrafts and fabric production. Apart from the Golden Temple, the city is spread with

  • Essay on Indian government under the leadership of Indira Gandhi

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    She joined the National Congress party and became active in India's independence movement in 1938. In 1955, she was elected to the executive body of the Congress party, becoming a national political figure in her own right. Four years thereafter, she was president of the party. It was finally in 1966 when Indira Gandhi was given her first opportunity to govern the Republic of India as Prime Minister, following the death of Prime Minister Shastri. Even though she was governing

  • Essay about Sikh Marriage

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    grandparents. Describe a Sikh wedding ceremony The wedding will normally take place at the bride's village and may be celebrated on the flat rooftop, in a courtyard, garden or in the gurdwara - anywhere so long as the Guru Granth Sahib is present. The groom's party, traditionally comprised only

  • Harmandir Sahib

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    The frame door of the arch is 10feet high and 8feet 6inches in width. The panels on the door are decorated with artistic style which opens the door on to the bridge leading towards the main building of Sri Harmandir Sahib; measuring to 202 feet in length and 21 feet in width. The bridge connects with a 13 feet wide circumambulatory route (Pardakshna). Thus running it round the main temple and it leads to the ‘Har ki Paure’ (steps of God). The temples main assembly is

  • The Architecture Of The Golden Temple

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    The Architecture The Golden Temple, Harmandir Sahib is special because it is the only temple that builds in the middle of square tanks and there is water all around the temple. Besides that, it is famous for its architectures and the glittering combination of pure gold domes and pure white marble. In addition, the exterior of the temple is covered with gold and it is looks amazingly beautiful compared with other temple. The dome of temples is gilded with 750 kg of pure gold. After that, there are