Ramgarhia History


Sikhs tortured for refusing to change their faith

Sikhism evolved in times of religious persecution. Two of the Sikh gurus – Guru Arjan (1563–1605) and Guru Tegh Bahadur (1621–1675) – were tortured and executed by the Mughal rulers after they refused to convert to Islam

Guru Arjan Dev Ji - Martyrdom

Guru Arjan Dev Ji roasted on a hot plate.

Guru Teg Bahadur Ji - Martyrdom.

Guru Teg Bahadur Ji beheaded by an executioner

Bhai Mati Das Ji - Martyr

Mati Das Ji - tied up between two pillars and cut in two.

Bhai Sati Das Ji - Martyrdom

Bhai Sati Das was wrapped in cotton and burnt alive.

Bhai Dayal Das Ji

Bhai Dayala Ji boiled in a Cauldron.

Bhai Taru Singh Ji

Bhai Taru Singh’s scalped Alive.

Bhai Mani Singh Ji

Bhai Mani Singh cut to pieces.

Subeg and Shahbaz

Death on rotating wheels

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Executive Committee of Ramgarhia Council U.K. (2019)

Rajinder Singh Seehra

Surinder Singh Jandu
Vice President

Ranvir Singh Virdi
General Secretary

Narinderjit Singh Ubhi
Assistant Secretary

Satnam Singh Bhamber

Joga Singh Jutley
Assistant Treasurer

Lachhman Singh Bhambra
Public Relations Officer


Jassa Singh Ramgarhia (1723 - 1803)

Har Dass, the grandfather of Sardar Jassa Singh, was a resident of Sur - Singh, a large village in the Lahore district. He took Pahul (the Sikh baptism) from the hands of Guru Gobind Singh Ji himself and leaving the plough became one of his personal attendants. After the death of the Guru he joined the following of the Banda and took part in almost every religious battle under his flag against the Mughal Empire. In 1716 AD., he died in a skirmish. After him his son Sardar Bhagwan Singh became the head of the family, and with 200 followers entered the Imperial forces under the Governor of Lahore. Owing to his ability he rose to be a distinguished officer. He died fighting for his master in 1739 at Lahore, when Nadar Shah invaded India and the Governor resisted him ineffectually. He had five sons. Sardar Jassa Singh, the eldest, now became the head of the family..

Maharaja Jassa Singh with his two sons Jodh Singh & Bir Singh (1780's).

Ramgarhia Bungas

Ramgarhia Bunga (Bunga means "mansion"), is a three-storeyed marvel of Sikh architecture located in the vicinity of Shri Darbar Sahib Amritsar. Ramgarhia bunga, a pre-Ranjit Singh structure built by Sikh warrior and Ramgarhia misl chief Jassa Singh Ramgarhia in 1755, is the only surviving example of Bunga architecture typology. It was constructed to fortifying the area to protect the holy complex from outside invasion.

Ramgarhia Bunga is constructed of small burnt bricks (Nanakshahi) set in lime and mud mortar.


Baba Deep Singh Ji
Banda Bahudar Ji
Sikhs Beheaded
Women Tortured