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Why Was Bhindranwale There?

Sant Jarnail Singh in the Harimandar Sahib Complex

Friday
,
28
June
2024

Santbir Singh delves into the complex and sometimes controversial legacy of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale during the events of June 1984.

Santbir Singh delves into the complex and sometimes controversial legacy of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale during the events of June 1984.


Utilizing Sikh historical and political context, he explains the actions of the Sant and refutes the major criticisms of Bhindranwale's actions and choices.

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Santbir Singh

Research Associate
Research Associate

Santbir Singh is a Research Associate with SikhRI. He is currently doing his Ph.D. in Sociology at York University. His graduate research focuses on Sikh activism and the inherent relationship between Sikhi and anarchism explored through historical and contemporary Sikh movements, such as the Kisān Morcha (Farmer’s Protests) of 2020-2021. 

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