Art & Culture of the Diaspora
Power and wealth,
Beauty, class and youth.
All the world is swindled,
No one's honour is spared -
Except those that serve the One,
Who turn 'n pick the bandits clean.
The Morning Hukam:
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
"Why do you dote on your body so? It shall disperse like a cloud of smoke ..."
A Gem of a Jeweller’s Apartment in London:
Gurmit Kaur Campbell
A jeweller has applied the same fastidious care – and eccentric,
multicultural glamour – to her Hyde Park home as she does to her work
Fighting Ignorance With Art
Sometimes in his casual jeans, sometimes in his neon-bright outfit, always with his turban and beard ...
SAMUEL G. FREEDMAN
Scotland's Moment of Destiny
has never been anything so politically important to me.
Langar At The Diag
“There is a pleasure in creating an event that breaks the barriers we often find around us,” Jasprit Singh said.
A Call For Help:
Ground Zero, Jammu & Kashmir Floods
Two weeks ago, the most severe flooding the area has experienced in 60 years hit Jammu and Kashmir ...
Dr TARANJIT SINGH
Pronouncing Gurbani Correctly:
A New Website Which Helps You Do Exactly That
To be able to fulfill one's commitment to Sikhi, one must learn how to read the script and the language of the Guru Granth.
Dr HARBANS LAL
Remembering The 1984 Pogroms
“1984: Jis tann lãgé soee jãné” by photographer Gauri Gill ...
THE WIENER LIBRARY
sikhchic.com online poll: What are your views on gun-control?
Toronto's New Aga Khan Museum
So why put it here, on a hillock with a commanding view, mostly, of one of the continent’s worst rush-hour gridlocks?
He Stoked The Fires of Hatred …
Then, In a Sudden About-Face, He Helped Bring Peace in Ireland:
A self-proclaimed bigot, he once interrupted a speech by Pope John Paul II by calling the pontiff the antichrist.
T. REES SHAPIRO
Thought For The Day
‘We flatter those we scarcely know, and rush to please the fleeting
guest, but heap many a thoughtless blow on those who love us best.’
Lord INDARJIT SINGH
British Army Honours Sikh Role in World War One,
On Saragarhi Day
Tens of thousands of Sikhs from Punjab fought and died for Britain during the conflict.
It Is Difficult To Do Business in India
CEO: "I got to know last week (after 10 months of inaction) that the officer dealing with the file has retired ...”
A Village of Martyrs
The villagers have built a Martyrs Memorial to honour the local soldiers who laid down their lives during the two World Wars.
Asking FIBA To Play Ball
FIBA is somehow still stuck considering the harmless - yet important - piece of cloth a 'threat' to safety.
Breathing Life Into Clay:
The Magical Ceramics of Japneet Kaur
Fired pottery reminds me of delicate hearts that also have in them the ability to contain endless joys and songs.
QUEEN WEST ART CRAWL