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The Red Domes of Amritsar YUDHVIR RANA
A major development Ram Singh brought about through Khalsa College was his articulation of the skyline of the building.
International Experts Raise Alarm Over
Condition of Punjab’s Forts
Punjab has taken a US $48 million loan from the Asian Development Bank for promoting cultural heritage tourism. Where's the money?
Hari Singh Nalwa‘s Harkishan Garh Fort
The historic 19th century Fort is gradually losing its grandeur and architectural identity.
An Ode to The Sikh Raj:
A Sikh Haveli in Peshawar
One of the few well-preserved reminders of the history of Sikhs in Peshawar ...
A Gem of a Jeweller’s Apartment in London:
Gurmit Kaur Campbell
A jeweller has applied the same fastidious care – and eccentric, multicultural glamour – to her Hyde Park home as she does to her work
Dipalpur Fort & Gurdwara:
One of Many Rich Heritage Sites From The Lost Sikh Homeland
OMAR MUKHTAR KHAN
Kids now play cricket in the prayer hall.
In An Eternal State of Waiting:
A Gurdwara in Daultala, Punjab, Pakistan
I discovered it to be a closed-down school that once used to be a gurdwara.
Sujan Singh Park, New Delhi
MAYANK AUSTEN SOOFI
Green creepers cover the red brick walls. Hibiscus vines frame the windows ...
Between A Mosque and a Madrassah:
Karachi’s Ratan Talao Gurdwara
With a sad smile on his face, he said: “You must know why no records of it can be found.”
The Guardians of the Spirit World -
The Bukit Brown Cemetery, Singapore
Photos & Article by AMARDEEP SINGH
There are nearly 50 tombs with statutes of Sikh soldiers guarding them.