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Looking Into the Jaws of Death Valley T. SHER SINGH
The world around us changes colour and shape even as we move through it.
The Sikhs of Nankana Sahib:
Life Under the Shadow of Towering Hate
The mosque is designed to dwarf the Gurdwara.
A Visit to Gurdwara Bangla Sahib:
New Delhi's Gurdwara Walk
Participants will meet at Gurdwara Rakabganj at 11:00 am.
Sikhs in Tibet
Old Chinese Man : “You are wearing a turban. Are you a Sikh?”
In The Maw of an Aircraft Carrier T. SHER SINGH
I needed to get away from it all for a couple of weeks.
A Missive from the Center of The World:
The Golden Temple of Amritsar
It belongs to no one and everyone all at once.
Guru Nanak's 16th Century Inter-Faith Travels INDER RAJ SINGH AHLUWALIA
He didn't wait for the world to come to him.
Meritocracy & Venice's Bridge of Sighs T. SHER SINGH
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2012: Its traditional form of government was led by only those who had merit.
The Wise Fool:
T. SHER SINGH
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2012: Anybody I met in Turkey with whom I was able to have a conversation of some length, would sooner or later tell a Hodja story to illustrate a point. As frequently, almost, as one would use a metaphor.
Lunch With Mrs Wilkes T. SHER SINGH
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 2012: She knows of a place that’ll be just right, she says. She stands up and gives me an animated series of instructions of how to get there. I catch her enthusiasm ...