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The Old Rural Punjab: Alive and Well Across The Border by SUNIL SETHI
Most reassuring of all was the sweet cadence of the rustic Punjabi dialect spoken in these parts: women are bibi and men are janaab or huzoor.
by CHARLES ANDERSON
A grimy yellowed white handkerchief is wrapped around his face.The only thing that reveals anything is his eyes - thin, dark, conniving-looking.
Gurdwara Dukh Nivaran by RUPINDER KAUR
In Punjab, Basant Panchmi is significant owing to the memorable visit of the Ninth Master, Guru Tegh Bahadar, during an outbreak of disease in the Patiala area.
The Golden Temple of Amritsar:
Food For The Body & The Soul
by MATT WADE
The principle of equality is enshrined in the langar, where everyone eats together sitting on the floor, regardless of social status.
Connecting With God ... in Luxury by DIKSHA SAHNI
The idea is likely to leave some perplexed: Aren't pilgrimages typically associated with sacrificing worldly pleasures - rather than indulging in them?
Campus of Happiness: Baba Aya Singh College by NIRUPAMA DUTT
"We would rather do without aid. We save on electricity by using solar lighting. We have no fuel bills as we have our own bio-gas plant."
A Ganges Cruise to Patna Sahib Based on News Report by POOJA KASHYAP
An alternative and more exciting route is being considered to bypass the ancient road that meanders its way through the narrow and crowded bazaars.
Luxury Travel Around The Five Takhts Lures Tourists To India by HARPREET SINGH BAJWA
"A Spiritual Journey to the Guru's Abode" will cover key historical gurdwaras and Sikh places of interest around the country.
The Sikhs of Mauritius by JASTEENA KAUR DHILLON
The Sikhs of Mauritius are for the most part professionals. They have come here to work in companies in the burgeoning IT and banking sector.
Paalak Paneer in Woolgoolga by DANIEL SCOTT
The highlight of the helicopter ride comes when we circle above the Guru Nanak Gurdwara, gleaming Taj Mahal-like in the sunshine.