Jarnail Singh ji Bhindranwale (Born February 12, 1947–June 6, 1984) was the leader of the Damdami Taksal, a Sikh religious group based in India. Sant Bhindranwale carried heavy influence among many Sikh youth in Punjab during his time at the top of Sikh religion. He spread the original values of Sikhism and persuaded people young and old to follow the original rules and tenets of the religion. He was known for his support for the creation of the Sikhism-based theocratic state of Khalistan. In 1981, Sant Bhidranwale was arrested for his suspected involvement in the murder of Jagat Narain, the proprietor of the Hind Samachar Group.
Although he willingly surrendered to police, he was later released due to lack of evidence, Sant Bhindranwale was kept on close watch by Indian police officials. Sant Bhindranwale is more notable for his involvement in Operation Bluestar in which he and other freedom fighters occupied the Akal Takht complex, including the Golden Temple, in Amritsar. He was killed by the Indian Army, who had orders from Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to kill separatist Sikh freedom fighters inside the sacred temple. Since his death, Bhindranwale has remained a controversial figure in Indian history. Most view him as a freedom fighter who was fighting for the best interests of Sikhs, and some others see him as a terrorist and extremist. ...........................khalistan tiger force ...baajaan wale de dar te khar k hath jorh waste paavan,jehri chiri ne baaj mukae oh gher lai ajj kaavan,chardi klaaa ch dekhna chahven j aapna panth niralaa,binti sun 'SARBANSDANIA' phir bhej 'BHINDRAWALA'..sari dunia de sukh ne jo asin suli ute tangde hanhath jor k tere dar ton ik 'BHINDRANWALA' mangde ........... Early Life
Sant Bhindranwale was born in the village of Rode, in the Faridkot District of Punjab. His father, Joginder Singh, was a farmer and a local Sikh leader who had one daughter Manjeet Kaur and seven sons, of which Jarnail Singh was the youngest. Jarnail Singh was brought up as a strict vegetarian. His six brothers were Jagir Singh, Jagjit Singh, Jugraj Singh, Harjeet Singh, Veer Singh and Captain Harcharan Singh.
Sant Bhindranwale took Amrit (Khande ka Pahul) at the age of five years. His early education was in goverment primary school, where he studied until the fifth grade. Bhindranwale took up farming until 1964. When in those days Sant Gurbachan Singh Bindranwale came to village Rode, where Sant Jarnail Singh joined the Damdami Taksal (Jatha Bindran), based in the village of Mehta Chownk. The Damdami Taksal is a traveling Sikh university, which originated in the times of Guru Gobind Singh. The first Jathedar (head/leader) of the Taksal was Shaheed Baba Deep Singh.
Sant Gurbachan SHE ingh Khalsa Bindrawale was the 12th Jathedar of the Taksal. Under his guidance, Sant Jarnail Singh began a year long course in spirtual, scriptual, theological and Sikh historical studies. A year later, Sant Jarnail Singh went back to his village and settled back to farming. In 1966 he was married to Bibi Pritam Kaur, daughter of Bhai Sucha Singh of Bilaspur. His wife bore him two sons, Ishar Singh and Inderjit Singh, in 1971 and 1975, respectively.Rise to Fame
The successor to Gurbachan Singh Khalsa
SANT ji HAS GIVEN US A NEW IDENTITY,a NEW FACE and LOT OF MORE....SO NOW ITS OUR TURN TO BE THEIR WHERE HE WANT US TO BE....