Sikh Comics Martyrs Series

Sikhs Read: Book Reviews

It’s impossible to hold Sikh Comics in your hand without wanting to open and read. Sturdy glossy pages filled with colorful illustrations and flawless English narration transport the reader through centuries back to the time of Sikhism’s illustrious gurus and martyrs. Writer and Publisher Daljeet Singh gives careful attendance to accuracy of historical facts while spinning tales of valor and sacrifice embellished with Gurbani quotes. Sikh Comics appeal to readers of all ages and backgrounds.

Guru Tegh Bahahdur - The Ninth Guru of the Sikhs
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Guru Tegh Bahahdur – The Ninth Guru of the Sikhs

Charming images illustrate the birth, early life, and marriage and mysterious circumstances of his inauguration in the life story of Ninth Guru Teg Bahadur. Spellbinding portrayals depicting his encounter with sorceresses spring to life on the page. The stoic personality of the compassionate Guru, cultivated over a life time spent in meditation, is put to the supreme test when he endures martyrdom on behalf of Hindus facing forcible conversion to Islam.

48 full color pages
IBSN 978-81-909637-0-1
Copyright 2011 Gyan Khand Media

 

Baba Deep Singh – The Great Sikh Martyr and Scholar

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Baba Deep Singh – The Great Sikh Martyr and Scholar

Deep Singh, a miracle child born of patience and piety devotes himself to the service of Guru Gobind Singh as a scholar and scribe. Commissioned to make copies of scripture, Deep Singh hones his body as he does his mind, developing great prowess as a Khalsa warrior and leads the forces battling Mughal tyranny. When the Golden Temple comes under attack, he vows to retake it. Graphic illustrations depict how the mortally injured Baba Deep Singh supports his head with one hand while swinging his sword with the other.

40 full color pages
IBSN 978-81-909637-1-8
Copyright 2011 Gyan Khand Media

 

The Battle of Saraghari - The Last Stand of the 36th Sikh Regiment

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The Battle of Saraghari – The Last Stand of the 36th Sikh Regiment

Sepia tones illustrate this captivating desert saga of how 21 Sikh soldiers defend Saraghari, a British signal post, for seven hours against 10,000 Pathan and Afghan adversaries. The clock ticks away the minutes as the true tale of events of September 12, 1897, unfold in a stirring story of valor when Sikhs chose to die with honor rather than surrender. Comic includes map, the names of each soldier in the 36th Sikh Regiment and newspaper clippings.

40 full color pages
IBSN 978-81-909637
Copyright 2011 Gyan Khand Media

 

Reviews by Sukhmandir Kaur Khalsa – Sikhism.about.com

 

 

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2 Responses

  1. From where can i buy these comics?

    Thanks in advance.

    • Sikh Foundation says:

      You can click on any of the pictures in the article, and it will take you straight to our store where they are for sale!
      Hope you enjoy them!