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Sikh Portrait Gallery
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.
Thoughts on this Anzac Day Dr AVTAR SINGH GILL
"Let us honour and remember them every day ..."
Roots of Freedom & Independence:
Sikh-Americans of Astoria, Oregon
The birthplace of “the shot heard around the world.”
The Sikhs of Africa
KHUSHWANT SINGH, Chandigarh, Punjab
A calendar honours the Sikhs of Africa.
The Two-Century Old Sikh Settlement in Assam
BIRINDER PAL SINGH
The progeny of soldiers sent two centuries ago by Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
Sikhs in Tibet
Old Chinese Man : “You are wearing a turban. Are you a Sikh?”
In Search of the Sikh Helmet SANDEEP SINGH BRAR
Did Sikhs ever wear helmets in their history? Simple question, complex answer.
The Corporation That Usurped The Sikh Empire:
The East India Company
"The company used a combination of force and fraud ..."
Max Arthur Macauliffe -
He Introduced Sikhi to the English-Speaking West
Dr HARBANS SINGH
His Punjabi assistant, Muhammad, reported that Macauliffe was reciting the Japji minutes before his death.