Illustration by Vishavjit Singh
Illustration by Vishavjit Singh; the image depicts a Sikh man writing a message: “in memory of thousands of innocent Sikh children, women, [and] men [...] killed by the Indian army attack on Darbar Sahib in June 1984.”
"Mapping Justice: An Indian Roadmap"
Illustration by Vishavjit Singh; the image is a political cartoon entitled “Mapping Justice: An Indian Roadtrip.” The “map” starts in 1984 with “Kill, burn alive and rape thousands of innocent Sikhs” and ends in 2003 with “19 years is not enough to convict a single guilty person.” The “rest areas” are captioned as “Government appointed commissions to make recommendations with no judicial powers.”
"Abusing the Sikh Nation"
Illustration by Vishavjit Singh; the image satirizes Indian propaganda articles about "the eradication of Sikh terrorists" in the mass killings of 1984 by comparing them to a hypothetical newspaper written in support of 17th-century Mughal ruler Jahangir, who executed the Sikh Guru Jahangir for supposed anti-state activities.
"Why We Sleep Through It All?"
Illustration by Vishavjit Singh; the image notes the 20th anniversary of the attack on the Golden Temple in 1984 and asserts that many perpetrators of the mass killing of Sikhs that year were themselves Sikh police officers.
"1984: The Killing Fields"
Illustration by Vishavjit Singh; the image details the mass killing of Sikhs in 1984 after the assassination of Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, and notes that 19 years later, no perpetrators had yet been brought to justice.
Cover of "1984: Breaking the Silence"
Cover of "1984: Breaking the Silence," a collection of essays relating to the mass killing of Sikhs in 1984 and subsequent coverup by the Indian government. Published by Pardeep Nagra Singh and Dr. Parminder Kaur Mann.