The Play :Mard Agammra Guru Gobind Singh Ji

 Press Note

To celebrate 350th Birth Anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh ji

Punjabi Theatre Academy, UK & Indian Community Centre, Derby,


The play:  ‘Mard Agammra-Guru Gobind Singh ji’

350 years ago, a single man stood up against prejudice and injustices.

Guru Ji believed in equality for all. This production traces the revered Guru’s life journey from 1666-1708, Patna Sahib to Hazur Sahib, Nanded, India, live on stage.

A new Historical chapter of Khalsa-Quam from the period of 1666-1708, live on stage. The drama unfolds with the human rights violation of the people of Hindustan by the foreign Mughal Imperial forces occupying Punjab and neighbouring territories in the region.

Journey start from Shri Patna Sahib and hold try angle conflict in the story at Anand Pur Sahib. Where is one side the Mughal powers stand up and other side Hill’s Rajeys’s (King’s)  wanted Guru Gobind Singh to leave the fort and they promises to give pass away from Anand Pur to away anywhere in Hindustan but they betrayed Guru ji. Also cruel execution of  youger sahibzadey (Sons of Guru Gobind Singh ji) by Wazir Khan, Both were bricccked alive in a wall at Sirhind, Punjab.

The last legendary National Warrior King of Punjab, Guru Gobind Singh Ji stood up against the occupying forces and organised ordinary people into a powerful military and political force, the Khalsa Nation, to fight for righteousness and freedom.
The play Conceived & Researched by the late Mr C.S. Sindhra (Well-known as historian writer & director from Chandigarh) and T.P. Singh writer & director from well-known British theatre industry. Mr. Singh given tremendous productions to the audience in UK as well as in India such as Lion of Punjab, Puwara Bottel Da, Massacre Jalianwala Bagh 1919, Martyr Udham Singh and  Guru Manayo Granth, Banda Singh Bahdhur, Sikh-Raj and now bringing a special theatrically production from London to India . Also act as assistant director Gaurav Sharma is very well-known in the Chandigarh theatre industry.  This production supported by High Commission of India, London. Total of 15 artists including from London and Chandigarh to working together on the stage throughout India Tour January 2018.

The show start 4.30pm On Saturday 16th June 2018

At Indian Community Centre, Derby, DE23 6QR


For further information please contact:

Indian Community Centre Association
Rawdon St
Derby DE23 6QR


Phone : 01332 342892

T P Singh: +44 7956 482562

E-mail: or visit website:


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