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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.
Christian Saints Welcomed into Renovated Gurdwara by LISA HODGE
"We want to return the church to its original state. The window is there for people of all faiths to enjoy and it's a beautiful piece of glass."
History Carved in Stone By ADITI TANDON
The project to commemorate three centuries of the Khalsa was given to landscaping expert Sonia Dhami, who is the brain behind the entire structure as it stands today.
A Matter of Balance By THERESA REYNOLDS CURRY
Until recently the Director of Strategic Planning for Charlottesville (Virginia, USA), Satyendra Singh Huja has retired so he can work more.
BHAI RAM SINGH
The Grand Architect
A Book Review by DR AMRIK SINGH
He was the man who designed the famed Khalsa College of Amritsar and dominated the architectural scene of the day.
What Can We Do? AMANDEEP SINGH MADRA
Some practical steps whereby we can voice our concerns over the planned destruction of historical buildings in Hazur Sahib, India.
Hazur Sahib: Threatened Heritage
by Giani Partap Singh, Head Granthi, Sri Hazur Sahib
Translated by Harinder Singh Mann
In my recent trip to Nanded, Maharashtra (India), I came to know that the hallmarks of Hazur Sahib's architectural tradition were being demolished in the name of modernization.
Architectural Heritage in Jeopardy
The historic town of Nanded (Maharashtra, India) is an important place in Sikhdom because it is where Takht Sri Hazur Sahib, one of the five temporal thrones or seats of authority is located.