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What Readers Are Saying

Dr. Bhupinder Singh Mattu’s Book is a serious attempt to fill the many deficiencies and historical gaps in the history of the Mazhabi Sikhs . After studying this book, the readers and researchers will not only be aware of their heritage but will also feel proud. This book provides rich information about the contribution of Mazhabi Sikhs in Punjab’s History. Many new facts have been revealed by Dr. Mattu, and many more have been improved. Further, He has also emphasised the struggles faced by Mazhabi Sikhs in the military, S.G.P.C. and other institutions .

Dr joginder Singh

Ex Head of the History Department and Ex Chairman naam Dhari Chair (Guru Nanak Dev University )
Review on Book 1

Readers may find beneficial information in Dr. Bhupinder Singh Muttu’s book. This book was about the Mazhabi Sikhs who contributed to establish the Sikh Raj. It is the story of a caste that has consistently been treated unfairly but has made a special contribution to strengthening Sikhism.This book is fact-based and appears to use research techniques. I’m hoping that this will provide the Sikh history researchers with new motivation to continue their Research.

Dr Raj Kumar hans

Ex Professor Hitory Department ( The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda )
Review on Book 1

Dr. Bhupinder Singh Mattu has a Ph.D. in Punjabi but is passionate about writing Dalit history. He is therefore chronicling the Mazhabi Sikhs’ history among Dalits. He explains the contributions of the Mazhabi Sikhs to Sikhs history in his work. His book not only discusses historical occurrences from the ancient and middle ages, but it also covers significant modern-era historical events. As certain Sikh historians have engaged in discriminating historiography and well-known historians have only highlighted affluent heroes in Sikh history, Dr. Mattu has deviated from this custom and in his work has highlighted the forgotten and oppressed heroes. The author tries to capture the true characters of Mazhabi Sikhs and has made a commendable attempt here. Readers will find this information interesting, especially those who are interested in Dalit history. I’m delighted that Bhupinder was able to convey his subject authoritatively thanks to his knowledge of Punjabi literature and history.

Dr Kuldeep Singh

Professor ChairPerson Satgur Ram Singh Chair and Head Of the History Department ( Centeral University of Punjab Bathinda )
Review on Book 2

Dr. Bhupinder Singh Mattu spoke on the struggle and contribution of Mazhabi Sikhs during the Guru’s , Banda Bhadhur, Misal, Ranjit Singh, and British periods In his book “Ithaas vich Mazhabi sikhan di jadoh jehad.” He also talks about the Mazhabi Sikhs, who campaigned for their rights in the Punjab Council, S.G.P.C., and Army. Additionally, he cited the Mazhabi Sikhs, who served in the British and Indian Armies and received honours and awards. he used research methodologies and presented new valiant heroes and significant situations. Dr. Mattu has attempted to provide the readers with factual knowledge by employing historical facts in his writings as a history student. In this book, the author has provided both old and new data in a way that is simple enough for the average reader to understand.

Dr Amandeep Kaur

ChairPerson Jallianwala Bagh Chair and Ex Head of History Department (Guru Nanak Dev University )
Review on Book 2

Read your book on The History of Mazahbhi Sikhs. It is undoubtedly well researched and aptly analysed. Your approach remains very near to Subaltern approach to history which endeavours to bring out history of voiceless, marginalised and unknown entities in the labyrinth and layers of past history

Dr Manmohan Singh

Director Intelligence Bureau

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