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Inborn Goodness

Ram Singh was born on the auspicious day of Vasantha Panchami in the year 1816. Bhaini is a small village in the district of Ludhiana. It was here Ram Singh was born. He came from an ordinary family. His father Jassa Singh was a carpenter by profession. Sadan Kaur, mother, was very
religious. She had very great affection for her son Ram Singh. Ram Singh loved to sit on the lap of mother and listen to tales of great persons. And she used to narrate scores of s tales. He was quick in learning by-h verses from religious books, which his mother made him repeat everyday.

Jassa Singh was a respected person in the village. He used to manufacture small iron implements like ploughs, which the village folk needed. Rich and poor came to him. The elders of the village used to assemble at his house for a chat.

When he was nine, Ram Singh began to help his father in his work. Like other lads of the village he used to take out the cattle of his house to graze.

Ram Singh was the first son o parents. He had a sister and a brother. Sister was already married. Brother Singh was four years younger than Singh. According to the custom of t days Ram Singh was married at the of seven! His bride was Jassan of Dha a village.

Young Ram Singh was a very lovable lad. The neighbors were fond of his recitations of holy verses. Other boys of the village who took out cattle to graze liked him immensely. His intelligence and good behavior attracted them. The simple boys had great respect for his opinions.

Ram Singh had an uncle, (his mother's brother) Kabul Singh, who was in the army of Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Lahore. Once he visited Ram Singh's house. When he returned he took Ram Singh along with him and put him in the army. Ram Singh was a youth of twenty years at that time.

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The mother used to tell the boy stories of great man
About Ramasingh Kuka
The Scene
The Tender Boy
Lad Or Lion?
hand.gif (968 bytes) Inborn Goodness
'Big Brother'
Back To The Village
Bhaini - A holy Place
The Kukas
'Ananda Vivaha' ( The Happy Marriage)
The Vow Of Swadeshi
The Arrangement
The Fear Of The Government
Divide And Rule
The Clash
The Death of Warriors
'I Will be Born Again'
Maghi Jatra
The Attack
"We Must Be Prepared For Hardships..."
The End
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