The word ‘Jujharu’ comes from Punjabi language which means a warrior who fights for truth & justice with a brave heart but in our history this word is used for a particular section of Sikhs. In 1980’s punjab was on a brink of revolution but the indian state attacked Shri Harimandir Sahib to destroy the rebellion. Thousands of men, women & children were killed in the attack, Akal Takth Sahib was destroyed and Sikh reference library was burnt. In revenge of the attack the Singh’s started a armed struggle, at that time the Kharku Singh’s were called Jujharu. AK47 is a symbol of rebellion not violence in this design. This design is dedicated to the Shaheed Singh’s who sacrificed everything for truth & justice.
Every person who fights for the truth and stands against the wrong is a Jujharu. In memory of the 1984 Shaheeds we present this design as a tribute to those who fought for the truth and sacrificed their lives. Parnaam Shaheedan Nu.