The richly-illustrated book takes young readers on an interesting and inspiring journey through life and times of an iconic human rights activist Jaswant Singh Khalra (1952 – 1995), who was tortured and brutally murdered in custody for valiantly standing for the hapless victims of state oppression.
As an essential backdrop, the book also gives a comprehensive overview of the recent history of Sikhs and the Punjab, making it a must-read for next generation of Punjabis and Sikhs, educating and inspiring them to walk the path once trodden by great sons of soil.
- For Ages 12+
- Hardbound 7” x 10”/17.5cm x 25cm, 225 pages
- Full colour illustrations by Inkquisitive
- Edition(s): Sep-2020 / 1st
- Pages: 224
- ISBN: 978-0-9887101-9-1
Amazing book, very insightful and emotional. Gives a real foundational understanding of Sikhs oppression in India. Very well. put together, definitely recommend
Incredible, heartfelt and takes you through the emotions. Beautifully illustrated & well informative. A great read!