A Revolutionary book on Sikhi by Bhajan Singh Bhinder and Pieter Friedrich, “Captivating the Simple Hearted” now in Tamil, titled “Flowers that Blossomed in Blood”. The book will be released at the Constitution Club of India, New Delhi on 24th January, 2021.
- Professor Sudhirta in her remarks, said that Sikhs are a community of honest workers who believe in the concept of humanhood and share with everyone without any discretion. “After reading this book, I too want to become a Sikh”, she stated.
- After reading the book, senior journalist, national president Bahujan Dravida Party and chief editor of Kanshi Ram Times, Mr Jeevan Kumar Malla reflected and asked “Why the Sikhs had gone to Canada and USA? They should have come towards Tamil Nadu, instead. The destinies of the lands would have been different.”
- Michigan, USA based Tamil and Ambedkarite leader, Mr Southamali Ganga mapped the book “Flowers that Blossomed in Blood” to be reflective of history and inheritance of social, economical, political and spiritual journey of the sons and daughters of the Indian sub continent soil.
SIC Release: A revolutionary book “Captivating the Simple Hearted” by Mr Bhajan Singh Bhinder, a Sikh activist and Pieter Friedrich, a political analyst on South Asia, has been translated into the Tamil language. It is titled “Flowers that blossomed in blood” and will be released on January 24th at the Constitution Club India, New Delhi.
A Revolutionary book on Sikhi by Bhajan Singh Bhinder and Pieter Friedrich, “Captivating the Simple Hearted” now in Tamil, titled “Flowers that blossomed in Blood”.
The authors of “Captivating the Simple Hearted” and it’s Tamil version “Flowers that Blossomed in Blood”, Bhajan Singh Bhinder and Pieter Friedrich.
E.V. Ramasamy, affectionately known as Periyar ji, was an Indian social activist who started the Self-Respect movement and Dravidar Kazhagam. Seen in the picture are Bhajan Singh Bhinder and Pieter Friedrich celebrating Periyar ji in Silicon Valley, California, USA
Michigan, USA based Tamil and Ambedkarite leader, Mr Southamali Ganga adorns a turban after reading the book, “Flowers that blossomed in Blood”.
Community leaders and activists from Tamil Nadu, Punjab and other areas of India will be attending the event. Introductory speech will be done by Mr Jeevan Kumar Malla, a socio-political activist, national president Bahujan Dravida Party and editor-in-chief Kanshi Ram Times. The authors’ keynote will be done via Zoom from USA by Mr Pieter Friedrich and Mr Bhajan Singh Bhinder. The Tamil translator, Ms Anitha N Jeyaram of the book “Flowers that blossomed in Blood” will also address the audience. Dr Arun Kumar Maji, advocate, Supreme Court, New Delhi will release the book. The tenants of the book in the context of the present democratic movement of India will be presented by Mr Anil Chamadia, senior journalist and editor Mass Media. Mr Anil Anwar, Ex Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) will speak on “The Road and to strengthen the struggles to uphold the human dignity in India”.
Commenting about the book release, S. Bhajan Singh Bhinder and Mr. Pieter Friedrich thanked the whole world for fully supporting the Kissan Morcha and hoped that this book will unify the people of India.
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