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Letters to Brothers Jagat Singh and Rulia Singh

Dr. Thind communicated with both of his brothers and asked that they obey their Holy Father in all matters. Some of these letters concerns the fate of Jagat Singh who sailed on board the vessel Komagata Maru from India bound for Canada.

He and 376 other Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus arrived at Burrard Inlet, Vancouver, and were not allowed to land due to the racist immigration policy of the Dominion of Canada.

This led to what is now known as the famous Komagata Guru Incident of May 23, 1914. Jagat Singh and the others on board endured many hardships with resulted in Indians being abused, jailed, or killed..


Letters to his Brother

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Letter to Brother asking him not to travel because of the Komagata Maru incident: (May 3, 1919)

Letter to Brothers Bhola Singh, Surain Singh and Narain Singh on family matters: (October 20, 1919)

Letter to Brother Jagat asking him to follow father's lead: (December 8, 1919)

Letter to Brother: (August 12, 1937)

Letter to Brother possibly in reference to late father: (Date Unknown)







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