Art & Culture of the Diaspora
All who have come
Will one day go:
Each is assured his turn.
God The Particle
We went digging deep into the earth to find the key to God’s power, the
single source that creates all matter. If we could find it, it would be wonderful, we could then ...
T. SHER SINGH
Postcards From The Road:
The Anand Kaaraj was tastefully organised with guests coming from all over the world.
Why Are So Many Children Dying In India?
Around 50,000 mothers and 1.3 million newborns die every year in India during or immediately after delivery.
HARMEET SHAH SINGH
Australian Of The Day:
Darwin's Tejinder Singh
Rejecting monetary support from his supporters, Tejinder has encouraged others to begin their own food drives.
As my mother is a school teacher, our trips to India to visit family are timed to coincide with the summer break at her school.
GITIKA KAUR BAJAJ, 14
The Blessed Punjabi Landscape
Savouring the landscape of the Punjab plains during the months of Saavan and Bhaadon ...
India & Its Caste Wars:
The Patels, a wealthy and privileged Hindu community, are demanding a reservation for their own community.
RAVI AGRAWAL, CNN
Thetford’s Great Festival:
The Annual Anglo-Sikh Cricket Match
The match commemorates and celebrates Thetford’s Anglo-Sikh links and the love of cricket...
sikhchic.com online poll: What are your views on gun-control?
Standing Tall In Two Uniforms:
Taj Singh Aujla
One is the familiar outfit of the Canadian Forces. The other comprises the Five Ks …
The Gift Of Food
Volunteering in the gurdwara twice a week helps him purge his ego, says Harjeet Singh.
RISHABH R. JAIN
The Ghost Airports Of
In Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, no one has ever used the 2-year old $17 million airport.
MEGAN GILLER, et al
Angad Singh Ranyal
Masterfully Revives Punjabi Self-Deprecating Humour
The stand-up comedian explains what really goes down in a Punjabi family …
Dolly Kaur Guleria:
Ambarsare de Paaparr
Her mother Surinder Kaur is also popularly known as 'The Nightingale of Punjab’.
Of Snakes & Sandalwood
We are warned of the serpents of evil that may also be attracted to the fragrance of our value system.
Bhai HARBANS LAL
A Tale Of Resistance To India’s State Terror -
Art & Pain:
‘Kultar’s Mime’ Hits The Road Again
Pain and art have a symbiotic relationship: pain creates the need for art and art creates the outlet for pain.