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Munsha Singh Dukhi
Born(1890-07-01)1 July 1890
Jandiala, in Jalandhar district, Punjab, (British India)
Died26 January 1971(1971-01-26) (aged 80)
OrganizationGhadar Party
MovementIndian independence movement, Ghadar Conspiracy

Munsha Singh Dukhi (1 July 1890 – 26 January 1971) was an Indian national revolutionary and poet, who fought for the Independence of India from the British Empire. He belonged to the Ghadar Party. He was tried under third Lahore Conspiracy Case trial.[1]


He was born on 1 July 1890 at Jandiala, in Jalandhar district of the British Punjab. He had his education informally, and acquired a good working knowledge of English, Urdu, Bengali, and Hindi.[2]

See also


  1. ^ Gill, M. S. (2007). Trials that Changed History: From Socrates to Saddam Hussein - M.S. Gill. ISBN 9788176257978. Retrieved 17 February 2015.
  2. ^ "Munsha Singh Dukhi, Jandiala (c. 1890-1971) | Komagata Maru Journey". Retrieved 17 February 2015.

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