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The Story of Gurmukhi by HARDEV BAHRI
Sikhs have settled in all parts of the world and Gurmukhi has accompanied them everywhere.
Here was a Man! When Comes Another? by KHUSHWANT SINGH
He took no credit for what he did: he attributed all achievements to the Khalsa - all his victories, his power, his prestige ...
Laavan: The Wedding Hymns Translation & Essay by INNI KAUR
"They are not said to be husband and wife who merely sit together. They alone are husband and wife who have one light in two bodies."
Bhagat Ravidas of The Guru Granth by HARDEV BAHRI & HARJINDER SINGH
The shabads of Ravidas that are included in the Guru Granth Sahib are part of our eternal Guru, and as such Ravidas is part of the Sikh Guru.
Everyone Loves a Parade ... Parbhaat Pheri, Jaloos, Nagar Kirtan by I.J. SINGH
There was a sea of turbans in all shades of the rainbow. Estimates speak of 50,000 to 75,000 marching in the parade.
Dawn to Dusk:
A Day in the Life of a Granthi
by MERVYN DYKES
For Giani Sarindar Singh and Giani Manjeet Singh, the days can be long because the gurdwara never closes.
Who is A Sikh?
A Response to the 'Judgment'
by I.J. SINGH
I expect a more vigorous, even a heart-rending, debate will follow.
The Turban in the World Wars by BHUPINDER SINGH (Holland)
"My Regiment consisted entirely of Sikhs and of course they always wore the Khaki Safa."
Gurleen Kaur v. The State of Punjab
by JASBIR SINGH SETHI
We Sikhs urgently need a credible forum of our own where such issues can be properly addressed.
Asa ki Var:
A SikhRI Seminar
by MANJYOT KAUR
We realized that we often have "a relationship with things, but not with the Giver of these things."