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Chanting Denied Shores: The Komagata Maru Narrative by TARIQ MALIK
With Vancouver's waterfront ringing to the verses of 'White Canada Forever', hundreds of Sikhs, accompanied by a handful of Punjabi Muslims and Hindus, have quietly sailed into the harbour.
The Valiant Ones:
A New Book on The Nihangs
A Book Review by KHUSHWANT SINGH [Chandigarh]
The book gives accounts of the origin of the antiquated dress-code of the Nihangs, one of them being being attributed to a son of the Tenth Master - Baba Fateh Singh.
No Child Play:
The Children Books of Darshan Singh Aasht
An Interview by MINNA ZUTSI
"Children keep alternating between the ‘overkill’ and the ‘insufficiency’ syndromes - the visual overload, the bombardment of information, the abbreviated world of texting and twittering ..."
The Great Sikh Encyclopedia
A Review by DHARAM SINGH
It took Bhai Kahn Singh 14 years to carry out the gigantic task he had set himself. He had the satisfaction of witnessing the consummation of his extraordinary industry on 6 February, 1926.
Punjabi Literature ... Through Ray-Ban Glasses by RANA NAYAR
Not a single person thought it worthwhile to look inwards and suggest how far our personal and cultural attitudes were responsible for whatever was found wanting.
All Indian Justice Committee A One-Act Play by GRACE KAUR
All Sikh characters face a jury of politicians to demand justice for the 1984 Sikh genocide. What they get instead will make you laugh and cry at the same time!
Introducing Opera Hero, Dya Singh
An Interview with the Author Ahn Kyubo, by JOLENE OWEN
Dya quickly realizes the incredible power of music, and as he discovers the power of music and words in this living hell, he rediscovers the power of his religion, Sikhism.
Tippoo Sultan's Incredible White-Man-Eating Toy-Machine!!! A Book Review by KATE KELLAWAY
The reason for Jaswinder's rejection of Raju turns out to be that Raju has "… bin through di ladies/ like a rickshaw round New Delhi".
A Book Review by DALBARA SINGH KALSI
You can see that Roop is not from Punjab. His idiom, usage of language and, even at times, mixed-up syntax, indicate a diaspora mind at work.
Exploring The Unholy Trinity of Oppression:
A Feast For Lambs
A Book Review by LINK
The novel explores the Indian government’s reaction to Indira Gandhi’s assassination, comparing and contrasting it to its reaction to Mohandas Gandhi’s assassination by Hindu extremists.