Manjyot, formerly Laurie Bolger, is a lifelong New Yorker. She is a conservation librarian and an utterly voracious reader.
Why We Celebrate Lohri ...
Friday, January 13 MANJYOT KAUR
The festivities are particularly meaningful to those families blessed with a recent marriage or birth, or anyone who is celebrating it for the first time.
Many a Slip 'Twixt The Cup and The Lip by I.J. SINGH & MANJYOT KAUR
The only true way of honoring our icons is by emulating their message. Is our dedication strictly theoretical, then?
When Saints Go Marching In by MANJYOT KAUR & I.J. SINGH
In Sikhi, how does one define a sant or saint? What makes a saint? And why be one even if you can?
Under The Lemon Trees: A Book Review by MANJYOT KAUR
A first novel by one born and raised in California's Central Valley, where her parents immigrated to from India.
Standing Logic On Its Head by I.J. SINGH & MANJYOT KAUR
Simplistic comparisons are easily propounded, but almost always remain of minimal value.
Historical Dictionary of Sikhism A Book Review by I.J. SINGH & MANJYOT KAUR
Its wealth of useful facts and cross-references will serve as a springboard to motivate the reader ...
The Truth, The Whole Truth, & Nothing But The Truth:
Gunisha Kaur's 'Lost in History' A Book Review by MANJYOT KAUR
Decades after the events of 1984, the Punjab issues have become a moral imperative ...
Sirdar Kapur Singh:
A True Luminary A Book Review by MANJYOT KAUR
A towering figure in both Sikh Polity and Letters during much of the 20th Century.
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."
Sikh to a 'T' by MANJYOT KAUR
One young fan owns tees in eight of the company's twelve designs!