The blood wet Bagh still mourns's image
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कई सूरमे पाणी ना मंग सके, रही कईआं दी तड़पदी जान उथे। (Nanak Singh)

Thousands sought just a sip of water, lying beside their beloved in the puddle of blood, where the tormented souls were trapped and the walls of the Bagh cried. A Vaisakhi remembered just to mourn the lost lives of innocents, and a day to recall how the British Empire fell to its knees. 

From Rang De Basanti to Sardar Udham Singh, a series of cinema has depicted a story of the tragic Jallianwala Bagh Massacre . Even after 103 years, the story shakes every cell in the body. 

A peaceful protest led to a bloodshed of thousands. 

However, the emotion of a survivor in that Bagh brings a different perspective on pain altogether. The famous Punjabi writer Nanak Singh was one of the survivors of this massacre. In his poem, ‘Khooni Vaisakhi’

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