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Postcards From The Road
This is 'primary' Sikhi at its best: about naam juppna, vund ke chhakna and kirat karni.
The Merry Host T. SHER SINGH
Young boys with virgin chins and toy-like guns, pretending to know why they were there. Ready to kill and be killed.
The Day They Stopped Killing Each Other T. SHER SINGH
Nobody knows how to deal with youth left behind, the flotsam and jetsam of a long and vicious war.
Europe's Newfound Enlightenment T. SHER SINGH
I have no reason to doubt the sincerity of the passion emanating from Europe in recent weeks over our rights and freedoms ...
Guru Baba Nanak Rested Here
During His Fourth Journey:
Dera Ismail Khan
SYED RIZWAN MAHBOOB
If it was to be the gurdwara we were in search of, it would have a Tharrha Sahib (raised platform) ...
Postcard From Kenya DYA SINGH
We arrived on 30 October 2014 for 10 days of kirtan and two days at Amboseli Game Park ...
Road To Amritsar:
Six Motorbikers From Malaysia
"All my fatigue disappeared when I entered the City of the Golden Temple ..."
A Postcard From Arabia JOGINDER SINGH BHACHU
The birth anniversary of Guru Nanak provides Sikhs in the Middle East with the opportunity for celebration, but also reflection.
Bhai Ram Singh & The Queen Victoria Durbar:
A Pilgrim Through Sikh-British Heritage -
T. SHER SINGH
When the idea of having a Durbar Hall at Osborne first germinated, Victoria's thoughts immediately went to Elveden Hall.
The Treasures of The Emperor:
A Pligrim Through Sikh-British Heritage -
T. SHER SINGH
With a heavy heart, all I can muster is a weak: "Halleluja!"