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A Pilgrimage To Chillianwala by JOGISHWAR SINGH
The red stone pillar inside the compound has inscriptions in English, Gurmukhi, Farsi and Urdu, mentioning that a major battle was fought here on 12 January, 1849 in which brave soldiers of both sides were killed.
What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas: The Talking Stick Colloquium #62 Convenor: RAVINDER SINGH
My wife and I were in for a surprise. When the curtain opened, at least fifty beautiful women in exotic costumes sailed onto the stage - topless!
House of Refuge:
by P.K. JAISWAR
It was the outcome of the single-minded dedication of a holy soul, Bhagat Puran Singh, who literally dedicated his whole life to selfless service to the poor and the needy.
Look Who is Moving The Cheese:
The Sikhs of Pessina Cremonese, Italy
by ELISABETTA POVOLEDO
“They work hard at school; they’re not spoiled like our kids,” said Gianluigi Fiamenghi, who employs 7 Sikh-Italian workers on his dairy farm of 1,700 cows.
Simple Thanks by T. SHER SINGH
Panic hits me. I freeze. The voice from within the hall falters for a few seconds, and then plods along. My eyes and the multitude eying me, we grapple with our respective apparitions before us.
Majra, Majri, Wala, Wali ...
Punjab's Cities, Towns & Villages
by KHUSHWANT SINGH [Chandigarh]
The author digs into the significance and meanings attacherd to the most common prefixes and suffixes used in the naming of Punjabi cities, towns and villages.
Here Lived Guru Nanak by SARWAT ALI
There are the remnants of a well that the Guru and his family drew water from and the guava orchard adjoining the gurdwara, which still bears fruit.
Fly at Your Peril: The Motto of India's Aviation Industry by RICK WESTHEAD
Pilots on an Air India flight from Mumbai, India, to Saudi Arabia last August had an unexpected visitor in the cockpit: a rat. The rodent crawled over the first officer’s leg ...
Bliss at Tarn Taran by ARUN GANAPATHY
As we spoke the sun set and the sky and the sarovar turned crimson. The raagis' hymns came in waves even as the gentle breeze created ripples in the water.
The Shanghai Sardars by MEENA VATHYAM
They were not allowed to bring families to Shanghai. So, their adaptation to Shanghai lifestyle, activities, interaction with the locals on a social level, etc. are not chronicled. Unfortunately, their footprints are invisible.