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Web Of Indian Secularism Chakravyuh - Book By Gurtej Singh
From The Back Cover Of 'Web Of Indian Secularism Chakravyuh' By Gurtej Singh
Chakravyuh was an impregnable army formation resorted to by the Kaurava Commander-in-Chief, Daronachariya, common teacher of both Pandavas and Kauravas. Abhimanyu ( 16), the young son of Arjun and the nephew of the Kauravas, was isolated and killed by seven opposing knights by trapping him in this particularly contrived military manoeuvre. It was a formation which none other than Arjun and his son could penetrate and only Arjun knew how to destroy it. Arjun was lured far away from the scene by deception. At the time of killing, young Abhimanyu was unarmed. It was against the earlier settled laws of war and customs of chivalry prevalent in the age, to kill an unarmed warrior. The highest ranking knights owing allegiance to forces of evil, ganged up to fight and to kill him though only one of them could have legitimately engaged him, and that also only when he was armed. All Indian political parties have erected a Chakravyuh around the Sikhs who have common ancestors with other Indians. They are doing this to the Sikhs behind the facade (Chakravyuh) of secular, democratic state with written constitution. The object is also the same - to gain exclusive, unlimited political power over all other nations inhabiting the sub-continent.
About The Author Of 'Web Of Indian Secularism Chakravyuh'
Gurtej Singh (1947) has worked as a teacher of history, as a civil servant and has functioned as Professor of Sikhism from 1982 to 2005. He has also worked in the political field. He has worked as human rights activist for several decades. Has special interest in Sikh History and he has written several books in Punjabi and in English. He has translated several works and has drafted the Sikh Marriage Act adopted by Pakistan as law. He has authored several research papers on religion and history. He has several publications to his credit.