Art & Culture of the Diaspora
The world is full of joy!
But, to one who is sad,
Everyone seems in pain.
Feeding The Needy, Hungry, Homeless
In Darwin, Australia
He turned a racist experience into a monthly quest to feed the needy, hungry and homeless.
If The Photo Of My Period Made You Uncomfortable,
Ask Yourself Why
It was a school project for a course I'm taking in my senior year at college.
Young Tiger -
Film Set In Paris’ Sikh Refugee Community
A touching and realistic immigrant drama from the Paris suburbs.
Civil Liberties Group Protests Mistreatment of Sikh Activist by Indian Authorities
"Inflicting torture, inhuman, cruel, degrading and illegal treatment ..."
Life is an ongoing shower of gifts and blessings. The trick, they say,
is standing still from time to time to catch a few of them.
T. SHER SINGH
Period Photo On Instagram
By Sikh-Canadian Poet
“when they try and shut you down. my god speak louder.”
Launches New E-Commerce Portal:
Simbacart's Mandeep Kaur & Mandeep Singh
Both decided to combine their skill sets and work towards building Simbacart.
The Black Prince:
A New Film on Duleep Singh,
The Last Emperor of Punjab
The film has several sequences that have been retained in Punjabi to maintain the authenticity of that era.
sikhchic.com online poll: What are your views on gun-control?
India's Mad Cow Disease
India is the 2nd-largest exporter of beef in the world. Since Modi and
the BJP have come to power, India’s beef exports have increased by 17%.
KAI FRIESE, The New York Times
Israel Killed More Palestinians In 2014 Than In Any Other Year Since 1967
2,314 Palestinians killed and 17,125 injured last
year, compared with 39 deaths and 3,964 injuries in 2013.
MAIRAV ZONSZEIN, The Guardian
America and Israel:
At The Crossroads
America's unconditional support for anything and everything Israel does has been detrimental to both countries.
FATEHPAL SINGH TARNEY
He was treated with reverence wherever he went. It was inbuilt into his name with the appellation ‘ji’.
NEEL KAMAL PURI
The Princesses and The Ogres:
A Victory For Amrit & Deepinder Kaur of Faridkot
The tale of a Maharaja’s fortune, and how his former servants tried to steal it.
Stephen Harper's Bigotry For Votes Divides Canada
In the early 1990s, Stephen Harper and the then Reform Party led the charge against Sikh turbans in the RCMP.
NAVDEEP SINGH BAINS
Historian Surjit Singh Gandhi Passes Away
He was the author of a number of studies including “A Historian’s Approach To Guru Gobind Singh”
Days Like This
"There are days / I want to talk / To myself / Converse with my mind ..."
A Poem by RUBANI QAUMI