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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.
Sikhism & Hinduism: Divergent Paths by Dr. NONICA DATTA
No matter what the RSS might say with regard to the origin and development of Sikhism, Sikh consciousness has invariably followed an independent course.
As You Sow, So Shall You Reap: The Americans, the British & Their Frolic With Islamic Fundamentalists by Dr. PREETI NALWA
Abbottabad and the month of May are also significant for a similar incident in 1831.
Sant Singh Sekhon's Seven Plays On Sikh History A Book Review by ROOPINDER SINGH
A translation is expected to remain true to the spirit of the original. As one reads these plays, one can feel the Punjabi original even through the English text.
Our Historical Heritage Crumbling in India's Museums by BALVINDER SINGH MATHARU
The timber structures had rotted, one of the cannon carriages had collapsed and the timber spokes of the wheels were lying nearby.
Saga Of A Hero Of The Great War by IAN HYSLOP
Manta Singh's regiment prepared to face the horror in the first major British offensive on the Western Front, the Battle of Neuve-Chappelle.
Sikh-Canadian Pioneers: Still Searching for Our Sikh War Heroes by DAVID R. GRAY
By requesting help from readers of sikhchic.com and Sikhs worldwide, I am hoping that more stories about these and other men will come to light.
First Sikhs in Abbotsford Met With Hospitality by SHARANJIT KAUR SANDHRA
The Abbotsford Lumber Company, owned by the Trethewey family, employed many of these Sikh workers who first came to the Fraser Valley.
The Dastaar Boonga Exhibit THE BRITISH MUSEUM
At the exhibit in The British Museum, unravel the stories of this warrior's turban and discover how and why turbans symbolize Sikh faith and identity.
Guru Nanak's Foot-Prints in Baghdad's Sands by ANWAR FARUQI
A desolate courtyard surrounded by fields of mournful graves is all that remains of an ancient shrine to the Sikh faith's founder, Guru Nanak.