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The Saga Of A Sikh-Canadian Pioneer Family A Book Review by BALWINDER KAUR
Work was often hard to find so he moved back and forth between British Columbia and Ontario in Canada. Over the years, many left due to loneliness, hardship and homesickness.
Staring Into The Abyss:
Khushwant Singh's Personal Struggles With Organized Religion
A Book Review by ARUTI NAYAR
This is not his vintage fare ... no digs and asides ... no double entendre ... He questions the relevance of God ...
The End Of An Era
by ROOPINDER SINGH
I reached out to a bookshelf and drew out a volume that had seen much use over the years, and thumbed through the pages of my Encyclopaedia Britannica.
A New Inspector Singh Novel From Shamini Flint
Inspector Singh Investigates - A Curious Indian Cadaver
An Interview by LUCY WALTON
"I picked a Sikh gentleman to be the protagonist Inspector because I wanted someone physically distinct, and the turban was a good place to start."
Guru Nanak: The First Sikh Guru A Book Review by GEETANJALI SINGH CHANDA
Although the book has been categorized as “Juvenile literature”, it is elegantly written and equally accessible to both young and older adults.
Gods Without Men A Book Review by DAVID HAGLUND
“There’s a tradition that says the world has shattered ... that what was once whole and beautiful is now just scattered fragments ... perhaps at last you’ll piece together the fallen world.”
Tapping Into God:
Experiencing The Spiritual Spectrum
Extract from an Essay by JESSI KAUR
The miracle of our existence is that we can choose. We can choose the wholeness of a loving heart or the splinters of hatred. The only contingency is our willingness.
Another Nanak Singh Novel Now In English Translation by ADITI TANDON
Published by HarperCollins, the work recreates the magic of Nanak Singh through a poignant story set in Peshawar of the pre-Partition era.
What To Do About Violent Biblical Texts?
Or Phinehas, The Patron Saint of Hate Crime
by PHILIP JENKINS
Before attacking Islam, Christians and Jews need to think carefully about one name in particular, which is that of Phinehas, the patron saint of hate crime.
Sikhism in Global Context
A Book of Essays Edited by Dr. Pashaura Singh
A Book Review by SARAN SINGH
Most Indian historians tend to bypass - or trivialize - the profound impact of Guru Nanak and the Nine succeeding Gurus.