Incidents That Forced Himmat Sandhu’s Ancestors to Move from Punjab to Uttar Pradesh?

Himmat Sandhu is a popular Punjabi singer who has been in the headlines for quite some time now. The artist recently released his new Punjabi song Never Ending. 

The track was released on 24 July 2023 and its official YouTube film has already bagged 20 lakh views. 

Earlier his another song Yaar Hathyar was also released that got over 3 million views and was a complete banger. 

With each track and album, the singer is constantly adding several feathers to his cap pushing himself towards the never ending success. 

The singer also gifted himself a brand new shiny Jeep Rubicon and took to his official Instagram handle to announce this news. Himmat Sandhu posted a video of the car and expressed his gratitude to the Almighty. 

Few hours ago, a podcast was uploaded on the YouTube channel of Bir Ramgarhia in which Himmat Sandhu opened about himself and the Punjabi industry. 

The singer was asked about his village and from where he belonged. Himmat Sandhu opened up about his family’s struggle during the partition. 

His ancestors belonged to Jawanda village, Tarn Taran Sahib, a city in the Majha region of Punjab. During the partition in 1947, several clashes and riots forced his ancestors to move out of Punjab as the border of Punjab witnessed severe violence. 

After that few of his family members moved to Uttar Pradesh and looked for the habitable conditions. 

The living situations in Uttar Pradesh were stable after which the whole family was called upon. 

His father was around 11-12 years old when his ancestors moved from Tarn Taran Sahib to Uttar Pradesh. Currently, his whole family is residing in the remote area of Mudia Mishr village of Uttar Pradesh.

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