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Grandpa Relives the Ghadar Days RAVLEEN KAUR

100 yrs later, Kapur Singh's eldest son, Ajit, sits cross-legged in a grassy park along the broad mouth of the Columbia ...

The Ghadar Revolution KIRPAL SINGH

They were the first to declare that their aim was Independence ... long before Mohandas Gandhi straggled along.

The Sikh-American Revolt Against British Colonizers STEVE LAW

Johanna Ogden studied the Sikh pioneers of the US Northwest.

A Pride of Lions:
A Display on War & Sikhs MELISSA VAN DER KLUGT

McCosh’s portraits are a glimpse of 19th-century Punjab and its capital, Lahore.

The Birth of a Revolution ... Remembered: Diaspora Diaries SARBPREET SINGH

I strongly encourage our readers to travel to Astoria on October 4/5, 2013.

Gentleman - Aristocrat:
Gian Singh Rarewala ROOPINDER SINGH

He was instrumental in making Punjabi the official language of the Sikh Kingdom of Patiala.

Ancient Inscription Referring to 1511 Guru Nanak Visit to Sri Lanka Found NEWS REPORTS

Guru Nanak visited Sri Lanka during one of his four long journeys.

What Makhan Singh Means to Me AMARJIT SINGH CHANDAN

His name was repeated in our household time and again ...

Our New
Sikh Portrait Gallery EDITOR

It'll be curated by Sikh-Briton Punjabi poet, Amarjit Singh Chandan.

The Sikhs of Sindh ZULFIQAR ALI KALHORO

Those who follow Sikhism are now lumped together in local parlance under the rubric of Nanakpanthis.

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