Art & Culture of the Diaspora
With this gift:
A mind elevated by wisdom,
But grounded in humility!
Please Help Stage a Play on 1984:
A Few Bucks From You Will Go a Long Way ...
The production team aspires to take the show to Delhi in October 2014 after staging it in various North American cities.
Where Are You From?
This is one of the most common questions hurled my way in public. My quick response is: from right here in the U.S.
An Ode to The Sikh Raj:
A Sikh Haveli in Peshawar
One of the few well-preserved reminders of the history of Sikhs in Peshawar ...
Have We Benefited From Our Gift of Prosperity?
Letters From Espanola
Food, company, opportunity, and stability. All of that has come as a gift ...
EK ONG KAAR KAUR
The Deccani Sikhs of Telangana
They settled in Hyderabad in 1832 as part of a gentleman’s agreement between two kings.
He Served The Sikh Nation With Passion & Dedication:
Ganga Singh Dhillon
He was wise, full of vigor and the burning desire to promote the Sikh national identity, to preserve Sikh heritage.
Dr HARBANS LAL
The Magic of Gurmukhi:
The Calligraphy of Kamaljeet Kaur
A day behind the scenes with the artist, exploring her art and her inspirations.
It's Silly To Be Frightened Of Being Dead
Mountains wear down from jagged peaks to flatness. Even planets decay. That natural process is death.
sikhchic.com online poll: What are your views on gun-control?
Ganga Singh Dhillon Passes Away
US-based Khalistan leader and chairman of the Sri Nankana Sahib Foundation ...
HINDUSTAN TIMES, et al
The Show Must Go On:
Cinema Pioneer Ranjit Singh Seble
“I joined my father in 1960 as a part of the touring cinema, which was a big business in those days."
Whither Democracy in India?
The Writing on The Wall in Scotland
Ironically, India is still engaged in shaping the country’s political
governance on the 19th century Western model of ‘nation-state.’
JASPAL SINGH SIDHU
The World of Amarjit Singh Chandan
"And I felt my language had welcomed me, shaken my hands, embraced me, wished me good luck ..."
Turbans have been around for centuries -- as a sign of royalty, nobility and class
The Morning Hukam:
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
"Why do you dote on your body so? It shall disperse like a cloud of smoke ..."
In Delhi in 1984 the adage was completely inverted: books were burned after burning people.
Two Sikh-Kiwis Elected to
New Zealand Parliament
While Kanwaljeet Singh is all set to begin his third term in the parliament, Parmjeet Kaur is ready to make her debut.