Sir Sundar Singh Majithia and His Relevance in Sikh Politics is not only a historical biography of one of the most important but misunderstood leaders who guided the destiny of his community and the nation during 50 years of its most crucial period of history before the Partition, the work also presents a study that shows a significant contradiction between the prevailing public perception and real character and integrity of a great personality. It is also an unbelievable but true story of a leader who was gifted with the clarity, sincerity and vision to prioritize the tasks and challenges before his community and take the requisite steps to ensure the desired results in the field of education, employment, agriculture and religious reforms. His moderate and rational approach helped to check avoidable confrontation with the Government of the day, to the possible extent, without ever compromising his loyalty to the nation and his religious faith, which he strictly observed as a devout Sikh. The ideals and policies pursued by Sir Sundar Singh Majithia and his associates are still relevant to make this book an essential and serious study by the community and its leadership. The publication of Sir Sundar Singh Majithia and His Relevance in Sikh Politics is a thought-provoking study of the life and contribution of one of the most illustrious leaders of the Sikh community during the 20th century.
Gurnam Singh Rekhi, who did his postgraduation in History from Punjabi University, Patiala, with top honours, is a multi-faceted person with contributions in the field of education, administration, social service and literature. While his AKS Te Hakikat , in 1995, was acclaimed as an impressive beginning in the field of Punjabi poetry, his articles and letters, titled, Perceptions of a Receptive Mind, in 1998, was appreciated as a fine acticulation of ideas in English prose. His disposition as upright Chairman of Railway Recruitment Board, at Allahabad, won him many admirers amongst officers and intellectuals. As trustee of Sri Guru Harkrishan Education Trust (regd.), Founder Patron of Guru Kashi World Sports Society, Talwandi Sabo (Bathinda), and through his contribution towards setting up of Guru Gobind Singh Oil Refinery, he did commendable work. He was also nominated as Honorary Member of Ambedkar Editorial Patrika published by Ambedkar Foundation, Government of India, New Delhi.