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London road named after the British general who defeated the 1857 Revolt may be called ‘Guru Nanak Marg’

by the owl speaks

In West London, the road to recognize Britain’s diversity, named after the general of the British army who ruthlessly decommissioned the 1857 Revolt, could be renamed as part of a broader effort by the founder of the Sikhism. The Southall Havelock Lane, named after the military visionary of Sir Henry Havelock, who systematically destroyed the revolt of 1857, is now called Guru Nanak Marg.

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