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The Bazaars of Amritsar by NIMRATA ANAND
Since time immemorial, the immediate vicinity of the Darbar Sahib in Amritsar has housed numerous markets around its periphery.
The Seat Not Taken by JOHN EDGAR WIDEMAN
It strikes me as odd to ride beside a vacant seat, just about every time I embark on a three-hour journey each way, from home to work and back.
Darbar Sahib: My Favourite Place in the World by PAVNEET KAUR
I clearly remember my first trip. It was on a hot June day that I found myself standing in the long queue at the threshold, waiting to go inside.
Delhi's Commonwealth Games: Terror Alert by ROHIT N.K. JAIN
In such situations, India, its governments and politicians have an established pattern of behaviour.
November is Sikh Month in California by GURMUKH SINGH
The California State Assembly has declared November as "California Sikh-American Awareness and Appreciation Month."
A Sense of Belonging by NITHYA SIDHU
At the hands of a strict granthi, I learned to read, write and speak my own mother tongue better.
The Sikhs of Sumatra, Indonesia by PUTRI FITRIA
They were speaking Bahasa Indonesia with a distinct dialect. The stories and talk told the tale of people deeply involved with this country.
Together in Prayer by JAY TOKASZ
The lyrics are similar to what Christians and Jews find in Old Testament passages. "The clay is the same, but the Potter has fashioned it in different ways ..."
Sikh War Heroes Remembered at Neuve Chapelle by RASNAAM SINGH TIWANA (age 10)
Prince Charles laid down a wreath and then it was my turn to get up and recite the poem in front of everyone ...
Abode of The Guru
Article and Photos by AMARJIT SINGH CHANDAN
Both Hindus and Muslims declared the Guru as their prophet, claiming the right to do his last rites in their respective traditions.