Baljit ("Baljeet") Singh Saini (born August 12, 1976 in Ropar, Punjab) is a field hockey defender and midfielder from India who made his international debut for the Men's National Team in 1995 during the Indira Gandhi Gold Cup. Baljit Singh Saini represented his native country at two consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia, where India finished in eighth place. His older brother Balwinder Singh was also a field hockey international for India. Baljit has won many awards. In June 2008 he vistied the USA again, while participating in tournaments. He participated in many tournaments throughout the USA, visiting many different states and cities during his triumphut run.

Jathedar Sadhu Singh Bhaura (1905–84), was a Sikh missionary who rose to be the Jathedar or high priest of Sri Akal Takhat, Amritsar, was born the son of Bhai Ran Singh and Mai Atam Kaur, on 6 June 1905 at Chakk No. 7, a village in Saini Bar region of Lyallpur district (now in Pakistan).

 Nanua Bairagi Nanua Bairagi , also known as Nanua Bhagat and Jamala Singh, was a renowned mystic, humanitarian and Sikh warrior of Punjab. He belonged to Saini community of Punjab. Nanua as a humanitarian and spiritual mentor of Bhai Kanhaiya Nanua was also the spiritual mentor of Bhai Kanhaiya, who in turn started "Seva Panthi " mission Nanua as a poet-mystic As a Darbari Kavi, or court poet, of Sikh gurus, his poetry left an imprint on the poetry style of Bulhe Shah. One of his famous hymns is given as follows : I am Naught, O Lord, Thou art All! I have seen all cloth, each shred, To find all textures the self-same cotton. Rama's light of love falls over all: Fear not then dreadful Kala. Rama runs through every nerve, And Sohang, Sohang cry the pores! I am naught, O Lord, Thou art All! Sohang is apabransha of...[Read More]

  Nek Chand Saini is an Indian self-taught artist. He is famous for building the Rock Garden of chandigarh. Chandigarh, India, is an unlikely location for the world’s largest folk-art environment. Chandigarh, a stark 20th-century utopian dream city, was designed by the Swiss architect Le Corbusier. In the midst of this carefully planned, 1950s-style architecture lies The Rock Garden. The Rock Garden is a 40-acre garden comprising of meandering paths, courtyards, waterfalls, pavilions, theatres, plazas and thousands of sculptures created by self-tutored builder named Nek Chand Saini (b.1924). In the past few years, completing this monumental endeavour and guaranteeing its preservation has become an international effort involving many individuals and organizations

Shaheed Bibi Sharan Kaur Pabla Sharan Kaur Pabla was a Sikh martyr who was slain in 1705 by Mughal soldiers while cremating the bodies two older sons of Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th Sikh Guru, after the battle of Chamkaur. She was from the village Raipur Rani which is 2 KM from the famous town of Chamkaur. Historical Background: Guru Gobind Singh Escapes Chamkaur Fort Guru Gobind Singh escaped the fort of Chamkaur on the night of December 22, 1705. According to a local legend, he briefly stopped at Raipur on his way to Machhiwara. Here he asked a lady by the name of Bibi Sharan Kaur Pabla to perform the last rites of the martyred Sikhs, which included two of Guru Gobind Singh's own sons , Sahibzada Ajit Singh and Sahibzada Jujhar Singh .   Bibi Sharan Kaur Goes to Battlefield Cremates the Sahibzadas and her Husband along with...[Read More]

Mohinder Singh Saini (1904-1923) was a well-known militant and freedom fighter of Punjab. He hailed from the village Pandori Ganga Singh of district Hoshiarpur and was thus sometimes also called Mohinder Singh Pandori Ganga Singh. He was martyred on September 1, 1923 in the famous Babeli Police Encounter. Background: Joins and Quits Army Mohinder Singh Saini was son of Sh. Labh Singh Saini and was born in 1904 in Pandor Ganga Singh, which is village famous for producing a number of distinguished freedom fighters. Like a typical Saini youth of his time he took up army career at a very young age but quickly developed deep hatred for British Imperialism. He quit the army and became actively involved in sedition. Becomes a Babar Akali Mohinder Singh Saini began his nationalistic work by first engaging in social service in his village where he first founded Pannchayat and Congress Committe. He was...[Read More]

 Encyclopedia Subedar Joginder Singh Sahnan (26 September 1921 - 23 October 1962), a Saini Sikh , was born in Faridkot, Punjab was a Subedar in the Indian Army who distinguished himself by wining Param Vir Chakra, the highest war time gallantry award of Indian Army that any soldier can aspire for. On 28 September 1936, he was enrolled in the 1 Sikh Regiment. His father's name was Sher Singh Sahnan who belonged to an agriculturalSaini Sikh family which had relocated to village Mahla Kalan near Moga from village Munaka of district Hoshiarpur. His mother's name was Bibi Krishan Kaur Bhela. He married Bibi Gurdyal Kaur Banga, who was from a Saini family of village Kothay Rara Singh near Kot Kapura. He went to primary school in village Nathu Ala and to village Daroli for his middle school. Military Action During the 1962 Indo-China War, Subedar Joginder Singh commanded a platoon...[Read More]

  Tarseem Singh Saini (born 23 May 1967, Coventry, West Midlands, United Kingdom), is a British singer, composer and actor of Indian descent. He is the lead singer of the pop band Stereo Nation which was formed in 1996. Formerly known as Johnny Zee, he is credited with being the pioneer of cross-cultural Asian fusion music. He first hit the charts in 1989 with the album "Hit the Deck" which spent over 36 weeks on the UK Asian pop charts at number one. The album was produced by the former vocalist in The Specials, Neville Staple. He went onto produce many albums in the 1990s and early 2000s which were hugely successful. To date, all but two of his albums have received gold platinum and multi-platinum discs. His most successful album to date is the 2000 released "Slave II Fusion" which includes many of his most well-known hit songs including...[Read More]