II /2000

During that dragon-ridden decade of terror,torture and trauma when the Sikh community, with an unparalleled record of chivalry, sacrifice and service in the cause of the nation, found itself suddenly pitched into a battle of nerves, wits and faith, the resultant spiritual siege and a most baffling and agonising sense of desolation and alienation could not but send confused signals.


A unique commonwealth of muscle and spirit, of courage and convictions, of vision and values brought to a pitch of readiness had come to a point in its brief but tempestuous history where as Heiddegger, the German existentialist philosopher put it, things get “lighted up” in times of a great communal or racial or national crisis.


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