Category Archives for "Uncategorized"

The Ghadar Party – Historical Assessment of an Indian Revolutionary Movement

The Ghadar Party – Historical Assessmentof an Indian Revolutionary MovementEmily DattaThough the Ghadar Party had particular importance in Punjab, its ideology and program of revolution was not unique in twentieth century India. One of its most significant aspects, however, was that, unlike Bengal, it represented the politicization of Punjabi peasants whose experiences as immigrants had […]

Continue reading

Hindu Conspiracy-Los Angeles Times

Hindu Conspiracy-Los Angeles TimesMay 1, 1918 ProQuest Historical Newspapers Los Angeles Times Pg. 112 (By A. T. Night Will)  HINDU SPIES SENT TO JAILLaws Prevent Adequate Punishment, Court Declares Prisoners Termed Tools of Inhuman Country Plotters Warned Against More Activity After Release San Francisco, April 30-Trial of the world-wide Hindu conspiracy case, which was punctuated: […]

Continue reading

High Court Notice

                         Haryana High Court issues notice to Centre, 2 statesEntertaining a public interest litigation files by a Chandigarh resident to “redeem Ghadarites pride”, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has issued notice of motion to the Government of India through the Ministry of Home […]

Continue reading

A GLIMPSE ON INDIAN DIASPORA

While contemplating on the history of Indians (from India) in Las Vegas my thoughts took me a bit away from it. What about a history of Indians outside of India, I wondered? It has to be understood that the history of Indians is by and large the history of the Hindus. The Muslim and Christian […]

Continue reading

“THE GHADAR SYNDROME: NATIONALISM IN AN IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY”

“THE GHADAR SYNDROME: NATIONALISM IN AN IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY”by Mark Juergensmeyer Nationalist pride-which sharpened into the militant potency of Ghadar and its futile revolution. Notes and references: 1. The Ghadar movement was a loosely-knit organization of expatriate Punjabis in North America, with headquarters in San Francisco, which printed revolutionary literature against British rule in India, and attempted to send […]

Continue reading

The Ghadar Heroes

The Ghadar Heroes THE GHADAR HEROESForgotten Story of the Punjab Revolutionaries of 1914-15. ByRandhir SinghBombay: People’s Pub. House, 1945 Based on interviews with Baba Sohan Singh Bhakna, oldest of the Ghadar heroes yet living and fighting for Indian freedom. IntroductionIn this pamphlet, we present to our readers an account of one of the most stirring episodes of our national […]

Continue reading

GANESH PINGLE

                                                                 GANESH PINGLE  Our country, free India takes pride in a long list of revolutionaries who fought bravely and struggled hard to free our country […]

Continue reading

Gadar Movement

Gadar Movement The following text appears in the Stockton, California Gurdwara Library. Its tone reflects the passionate feelings of Gadar movement members of the time which had led up to Indian independence. Many Gadar members visited, and some even lived at, the Stockton Gurdwara prior to 1930. Gadar Party, 1913 – 1915 The GADAR or GHADAR PARTY was […]

Continue reading
>