Neha Singh Gohil is a lawyer and civil rights advocate based in the suburbs of San Francisco. She also holds a Master's in Journalism from Columbia University.
The Sangat of Women:
Her Name Is Kaur Book Review by NEHA SINGH GOHIL
A series of essays by Sikh women about their faith, culture and love.
Arzoe Kaur & Aekash Singh of San Carlos, California NEHA SINGH GOHIL
"We feed the hungry and give clothes to the poor."
Upper Room by NEHA SINGH GOHIL
I would devour the entire text, reading each month's edition from cover to cover the day it arrived.
The Man Behind Elizabeth Taylor's Smile by NEHA SINGH GOHIL
He was there when Sikh-American Dalip Singh Saund was elected to the United States Congress in 1957.
Woven Masterpieces of Sikh Heritage by NEHA SINGH GOHIL
The art of the Kashmir shawl reached new heights under the patronage of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
Sardar Seinfeld by NEHA SINGH GOHIL
As a Sikh, a stand-up comic, an engineer, and an American, Bali is in a class all his own.
Reach For The Top Reported by NEHA SINGH GOHIL
Mountaineer and explorer Mandip Singh climbed three summits in the Swiss Alps this summer.
Magician Extraordinaire by NEHA SINGH GOHIL
Vikram Singh's first brush with magic happened at the "ripe old age" of six; he decided that day that he would be a magician.
A Cup of Tea by NEHA SINGH GOHIL
While I was immersed in the sheer the joy of being there, 15 of my classmates from Columbia's School of Journalism stood by, like silent witnesses.
"Amu" Screens in New York by NEHA SINGH GOHIL
When the film showed in India, says Filmmaker Shonali Bose, people around the country had no idea of what had occurred in 1984.