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The Khalsa Heritage Project by MEGHA MANN
The world's foremost comprehensive Sikh heritage centre celebrates five centuries of Sikh history.
Arthur Erickson: Acclaimed Architect of Vancouver's Ross Street Gurdwara Dies by CHRISTOPHER HUME
The Khalsa Diwan Society hired the world-renowned architect to design their new gurdwara.
Nugget of Wisdom by MIROSLAV VOLF
The Sikh wisdom I discovered in The Golden Temple, Amritsar, turned out to be buried treasure of my own faith.
Jasmit Singh Rangr:
New York's New Star Architect
by SUSHIL CHEEMA
"He had definite ideas that he was prepared to share with me, which was different from the other architects ..."
Laser Fireworks at
The Durbar Sahib
True, fireworks add to the beauty of the shrine during the celebrations, but they also make it prone to irreparable wear and tear.
Takht Hazur Sahib Makeover!
But, To What Purpose?
by I.J. SINGH
The projected cost is Rupees 115 crores - by my rough reckoning, that comes to about 29 million even in today's devalued U.S. dollars.
The Pearl of the Punjab by JONATHAN GLANCEY
Chandigarh, built on the baking plains of northern India, is one of Le Corbusier's greatest achievements. But does it deserve World Heritage status?
Adorning the Walls by KANWARJIT SINGH KANG
Successive generations have spent large sums of money for the beautification of their Gurdwaras.
on the Auction Block
by K. S. SHEKHAWAT & KHUSHBOO SANDHU
Coming up on June 5 is an auction in New York of "furniture and objects sourced from the city of Chandigarh".
Deep Roots, Broad Branches by PURVA GROVER & RAMESH VINAYAK
Armed with a Nikon, Damanbir Singh Jaspal has captured 17 species of trees that have 48 gurdwaras named after them.