Art & Culture of the Diaspora
Satiation lies only in humility;
All other paths lead to humiliation!
In The Present:
Letter & Spirit # 51
Everyone’s reality is not the same. How can we know that our reality is true?
Minstrel of The Guru:
Bhai Ghulam Mohammad Chand
Bhai Ghulam Mohammad's father, Bhai Sunder Giani was one of the last rababis to perform in the Darbar Sahib before 1947.
A Trip To Unicorn Island:
Lilly Singh’s World Tour To Be Showcased In Feature-Length Film
Her tour will hit four cities in India before going around the globe to locales such as Singapore, Hong Kong, and Australia.
When Vaisakhi Is More Than A Holiday
No one is exempt from exclusion and violence. Today's bystander may be tomorrow's victim. And that means we must stand together now.
JOYCE S. DUBENSKY
Inside The World's Largest Free Kitchen
The langar at the Golden Temple is a living example of the Sikh faith’s rejection of the Hindu notion of caste.
NADIM ROBERTS & RUTWIJ DEVASHRAYEE
Reviving Preetlari and Preet Nagar
"The idea is to invite visual artists, photographers, filmmakers,
musicians and writers, etc. to come and spend time on their own projects ..."
The Red Domes of Amritsar
A major development Ram Singh brought about through Khalsa College was his articulation of the skyline of the building.
Six Lessons I Learnt From My Grandmother
She had this funny habit of randomly quizzing us on these types of Sikh beliefs and principles ...
sikhchic.com online poll: What are your views on gun-control?
The Sikh Heroes of Gallipoli
The troops in Gallipoli included the 14th Sikh Infantry Battalions from
Punjab, which suffered 80% casualties in June 1915 alone.
MANPREET KAUR SINGH
Letters From Espanola
Slowly. Bit by bit. Over time. And like any natural process, it has its own unfolding.
EK ONG KAAR KAUR
The Roundtable Open Forum # 150
Parshad as a sacrament is an integral part of the Sikh way of life:
the preparation, the sharing and partaking, and its symbolism.
India's Violent Indifference
The current government is again saying that it’s okay if children work,
but would we, the middle class, send our children to work?
BOOK REVIEW & INTERVIEW
The Morning Hukam:
A Meditation -
Thursday, April 23, 2015
"One is adorned by robes galore, if one sings the kirtan of the Divine’s glory, day and night."
South Korea's Sikhs
Every Sunday, student Lakhwinder Singh makes the three hour trip from Gonjiam, Gangwon Province, to Pocheon.
India’s Obscene Arms Purchases:
A Pathology Or A Business Opportunity?
For India’s corrupt business tycoons it's an "opportunity" to embrace openly.
Latest Basketball Prodigy ...
Satnam Singh Bhamara
First, Sim Singh Bhullar. Now this latest Sikh prodigy on the court.