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The Guns of the Nihangs Text & Photos by AMARDEEP SINGH
They maintain the martial traditions from the time of the Tenth Master.
You Are Me, I Am You Text & Photos by AMARDEEP SINGH
What is the difference between us?
Symbols of The Supreme One Text & Photos by AMARDEEP SINGH
At Anandpur Sahib during the recent Hola Mohalla ...
I Have Seen All Places ... But None Like Yours:
The Darbar Sahib of Amritsar
Text & Photos by AMARDEEP SINGH
Where do you search me? I am with you ...
The Great Painter of Modern India
WIKIPEDIA, et al
She was already painting at the age of five.
You Can't Call these Riots ... This was a Plain and Simple Massacre! Q & A with ARPANA CAUR, by ARADHNA WAL
" I worked in the relief camps ... and can’t even describe the suffering I saw there."
Only One Man Left Alive:
Rest Were the Widows of Trilokpuri 1984
The woman in the photo holds her husband's finger, chopped off by rioters after he was killed, to remove his gold ring.
Decoding a Painting:
Sikhs in Canada
Dr DEEPALI DEWAN
Created in the artists’ signature “past-modern” style (a play on the term “post-modern”), it is a tour-de-force reflecting the historical and cultural evolution of the Sikh diaspora in Canada.
Wham. Bang. Pow. It’s time for a Superhero to Fight Hate Crimes VISHAVJIT SINGH
We can’t seem to get enough of our fictional superheroes. Hollywood keeps spitting out newer renditions of Spider-Man, Batman, Iron Man, Captain America ...
Manu Kaur Saluja's "Parshad" to be Auctioned at Sotheby's NEWS REPORT
Parshad, an oil on canvas still-life painting measuring 16x20 inches, is a solemnization of a timeless Sikh practice which forms part of the daily worship service.