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“There is a pleasure in creating an event that breaks the barriers we often find around us,” Jasprit Singh said.

Punjabi Parmesan:
Why Sikh Immigrants Flourish Wherever They Go PALLAVI AIYAR

“With the economy like this we’ve all got to work a bit harder. It’s normal. I don’t mind ...”

The Street Where Bibi KaulaN Lived SUHAIL ABID

She's the Muslim woman who has a gurdwara right next to Harmandar Sahib in Amritsar named after her ...

The Forgotten Gurdwara of Jeypore, Odisha ANIL DHIR

I found it in a small street, set off from the main road which has the Palace and the market.

The Saga of The Little Gurdwara of Garpos, Odisha ANIL DHIR

Word of Basant Singh's honesty and diligence spread and the Raja of Sundargarh called him ...

Ayurved Retreat:
Postcards From The Road DYA SINGH

Suddenly, I am not here to lose weight but to develop a healthier body!

Postcards From The Road:
Lush Green Cochin, Kerala DYA SINGH

Coconut trees galore, paddy fields, large stretches of water, rivers and what Keralans call 'backwaters'  ...

Postcards From The Road:
The French Connection in Pondicherry DYA SINGH

Thakur Singh Sandhanwalia sought refuge here, fleeing from the British, on the latter’s annexation of the Sikh Empire.

Postcards From The Road:
Gurpurab in Chennai, Tamil Nadu DYA SINGH

The Chennai sangat has got it right with misiaan rotiaan, achaar and onions for langar today.

Harmander Singh:
Marathon Runner Guide to World Cities NADEEM BADSHAH

The 54-year-old social policy analyst will be running his 30th straight London marathon on Vaisakhi Day.

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