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Amandeep Madra & Parmjit Singh on 'Warrior Saints'
Warrior Saints explores the martyrdoms and conflicts that gave rise to a unique warrior culture steeped in the spiritual teachings of the 16th-century mystic poet, Guru Nanak. On his odysseys across Asia, he spoke out fearlessly against the oppression and hypocrisy that he witnessed. Imbibing his concept of righteous opposition to tyranny, his Sikh followers would go on to change the course of world history.
When the Mughal Empire began persecuting Sikhs in the 1600s, this community of peaceful devotees took up arms to avert extinction. Warrior Saints tells the compelling story of how they fought back to establish a powerful empire stretching from the borders of Tibet to Afghanistan across Punjab's plains. The Sikh army became one of Asia's most powerful but their growing territorial ambition brought them into conflict with a rival foreign power, the British East India Company.

Nov 2, 2020 05:00 PM in London

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Amandeep Madra
Author and Chair UKPHA @amanmadra
Amandeep Madra is an author and a founding member of the United Kingdom Punjab Heritage Association (UKPHA) and chairs its Management Board. With Parmjit Singh he has co-authored five books on Sikh History. He was awarded an OBE in the 2018 Birthday Honours List for services to Sikh and Punjabi Heritage and Culture. Amandeep is a regular contributor to the media on topics relating to Sikh and Punjabi heritage
Parmjit Singh
Author and Founder Kashi House @KashiHouse
Parmjit Singh is an author and a founding member of the United Kingdom Punjab Heritage Association (UKPHA) and has been the creative head behind UKPHA’s three major London exhibitions and projects. Parmjit has co-authored six books on aspects of Sikh History. Parmjit founded the publisher Kashi House the only mainstream publisher in the world dedicated to producing high-quality books on the rich cultural heritage of the Sikhs and Punjab.The company was established as a not-for-profit social enterprise in 2006.