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Children To Run Gurdwara by CATRIN NYE

The devotional songs or kirtan are shorter so that the children don't get bored. The Punjabi language is also replaced with English, or at least translated, so everyone can understand.

The Good Bargain Translated from Punjabi by BIMAL KAUR

Nanak stood quietly, with his head bowed. Suddenly Kalu ji lifted his hand and slapped him across his cheek. His anger more inflamed, he raised his hand yet again and slapped him on the other cheek.

My First Sikh Books Book Review by SAPREET KAUR SALUJA


This packaged set of two board books and two coloring books in a fun carrying case for kids is spectacular. The images are contemporary and fresh. The colors are vibrant.

Ik Chota Bacha & Other Sikh Nursery Rhymes CD & Book Review by GURMEET KAUR

It joins the children’s treasure-chest of inspiring and innovative media resources with a strong Sikh message - the first in its class of nursery rhymes in Punjabi.

A Happy Family:
Living Sikhi, Lesson # 31 by VERONICA SIDHU

Guru Nanak found that when people actually practiced the Three Golden Rules, they lived well and were happy and content.

Conquer Your Mind, Conquer The World
Living Sikhi, Lesson # 30 by VERONICA SIDHU

Accepting God's Will and feeling gratitude to God for our lives brings contentment. It is a wonderful feeling that we need nothing more than God's Grace.

A Jealous Fakir
Living Sikhi, Lesson # 29 by VERONICA SIDHU

The opposite of jealousy is "contentment" which is "santokh" in Punjabi. Being satisfied with what we have is what contentment means.

Buttons, Jump Ropes & Chocolate Cake by JASMINE KAUR

The two eldest children, six and eight years old, had been asked to share the saakhi of Bhikhan Shah and Gobind Rai with the group.

Malaysian Sikh Youth Camp Dazzles Participants by SARBAN SINGH

Whatever was broken was fixed, floors were polished, toilets were cleaned and the school's surroundings spruced up to ensure the participants had a memorable stay.

Thoughts on a Cold, December Day by ANGAD SINGH

The sun was shining, but my hands were cold, my ears were frozen and my cheeks were numb after spending a few hours outside.

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