1984 Indian Army attack on the Sikh Golden Temple Complex in Amritsar, Punjab. Dead Sikh bodies and large pools of blood on the once beautiful covered marble parkarma. To learn more see the SikhMuseum.com Exhibit - Operation Bluestar

1984 Indian Army attack on the Sikh Golden Temple Complex in Amritsar, Punjab. Dead Sikh bodies and large pools of blood on the once beautiful covered marble parkarma. To learn more see the SikhMuseum.com Exhibit - Operation Bluestar

India - An Indian Sikh takes a holy bath before the sacred pond of the Golden Temple in Amritsar, India, in remembrance of Guru Nanak, the religion's founder. The temple is the Sikh's holiest and is a major pilgrimage destination. The site is also becoming increasingly popular with tourists.

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A Sikh devotee takes a holy bath in the sacred pond of the Golden Temple in Amritsar, India, during the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak

Photo Essay: Rare Images of Dharm Yudh Morcha & June 1984 Attack

Photo Essay: Rare Images of Dharm Yudh Morcha & June 1984 Attack The body of Sant Jarnail Singh ji Bhindranwale, arguably the greatest Sikh of the Twentieth Century, martyred on June 1984 by the Indian Army on orders from Indira Gandhi.

Janrail Singh Bhindrawale

Janrail Singh Bhindrawale

Journey with the Gurus by Inni Kaur Available at Sikhbookshelf.com

Journey with the Gurus by Inni Kaur

Photo Essay: Rare Images of Dharm Yudh Morcha & June 1984 Attack

Photo Essay: Rare Images of Dharm Yudh Morcha & June 1984 Attack


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