Art & Culture of the Diaspora
Or covet, or lie, or slander...?
Observe the mouse:
So busy with a mound of paper,
Shredding and securing its loot...
At the end, it finds
None of it is of any use.
Scholars Ruminate On Generation Y Sikhs:
Sikh Studies Conference,
University of California, Riverside, USA
Focus on the generation of young Sikhs that is currently ‘coming of age’...
CHARLES M. TOWNSEND
In Defence Of The Truth
“Death is not an evil, should one know how truly to die.”
Their Hard Work Bears Fruit In An Arid Land
Four Sikh families, comprising about 20 members, have come a long way to
develop the about 300 acres of fallow land into an orchard.
D.J. WALTER SCOTT
Inspired By Seva,
Former Flood Victim Joins Khalsa Aid
To Serve In Nepal
“The whole village appeared magically inhabited by these tall bearded guys with their turbans …”
Sardar Pritpal Singh Bindra
1930 - 2015
He translated the poetry of Bhai Nand Lal Goya and Bhai Gurdas into English.
Dr Bhai HARBANS LAL
World Hails Good Samaritan:
NewZealander Harman Singh
Gurvinder Singh Takes 1984 India Genocide To Cannes:
Chauthi Koot -
The Fourth Direction
A schoolteacher sitting right next to me, a 10-yr-old Sikh boy, said, ‘These Sikhs, they should be taught a lesson.’
MANOHLA DARGIS, The New York Times
Of Justice & Revenge
It is almost an anticlimax, when the news anchor declares that the young man has been sentenced to death.
sikhchic.com online poll: What are your views on gun-control?
Pros & Cons Of A Sikh Regiment In The British Army
Sikh membership in the Armed Services is not proportionate to population
demographics, so it makes sense for policymakers to seek a plan to
increase recruitment ...
On Radically Divergent Paths,
Fast-Paced China Is Leaving India Behind
In 1991, per capita GDP for the two countries was practically equal. Per capita GDP in China was $6,807.4 in 2013, almost six times India’s.
HEATHER TIMMINS & MADHURA KARNIK
Sikhi Keeps Me On The Straight & Narrow:
Janam Da Firangee,
Sikhi Main Mangee
I count my blessings, which come primarily from my Sikh faith.
FATEHPAL SINGH TARNEY
A Cook Abroad:
Renowned Scottish Chef Visits His Roots In Punjab -
The trip was his first proper visit to Punjab after being born and raised in Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland.
ANNIE BROWN & BBC DOCUMENTARY
Let Your Life Sing
I imagined my son your age one day - a young man with brown skin - and I couldn't breathe.
The Sikh Towns Of Italy
There are roughly 60,000 Sikhs living in the area, the second largest cluster in Italy.
SILVIA MARCHETTI, Newsweek
A Mother & Her Prayer:
Letters From Espanola
A powerful reminder that the words and thoughts of the mother help shape the world.
EK ONG KAAR KAUR
Being Number One:
Mehar Kaur & The Khalsa School
At The Spelling Bee Of Canada
“We play a lot of spelling games in the club. It’s not overnight, it’s years of hard work.”