A great hero in Sadwant Singh Kaleka came out as a saviour the other day to several dozens of lives in Oak Creek Gurudwara at Wisconsin (USA), where worshippers were offering their holy services to their Deity cooking food for the them in the temple. One Michael Page, an ex army personnel, a racist, violently attacked them with a spree of gun shots. About half a dozen people were already shot dead by the attacker before Sadwant Singh Kaleka, the head priest of the temple, could offer necessary resistance with his Kirpan (a small sword like weapon all the sikhs keep with them all the time as a part of their dress) at the cost of his life. This small weapon could hardly do any thing as against the shower of bullets on him by the racist attacker. Bullet ridden, he had to succumb to his injuries and he died fighting as a great hero. Although, he could not stop the attacker fully, the great thing was that for quite a time his resistance proved capable of keeping the racist killer engaged, and this gap gave a better chance to the devotees to flee for their safety. The local police turned up by that time and the attacked had to run away for his life. But for the fight so gallantly offered by Sadwant Singh Kaleka, there was every possibility of hundreds of people having been killed in addition to those who were already murdered. We condemn the attack. Most reverently, we salute the hero and wish peace to the departed soul bowing down our head to it. A great martyr, Sadwant Singh Kaleka, deserves a place in history by all means.