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The History of Shanghai’s Sikhs Remains Fragmentary MEENA VATHYAM
The tall Sikh with his bright scarlet turban was an imposing figure …
The Tartan Turban:
A New Biography of Ranjit Singh’s American Colonel, Alexander Gardner
He served 13 years as an officer in the Army of the Sikh Empire.
C. F. Andrews
T. SHER SINGH
"The pain upon the faces of these people reminded me of the shadow of the Cross. What was happening to them was truly a crucifixion ...."
Lahore, The Sikh City Of Tragedy And Triumph HAROON KHALID
The site of Guru Arjan’s torture was Chandu’s residence, now known as the Lal Khoo.
Canada’s Parliament Apologizes To Sikh-Canadians Today For
The 1914 Komagata Maru Incident
“The face of Canada is somewhat better represented now in our Parliament than years before.”
Banda Singh Bahadar MAJID SHEIKH
What happened on March 10, 1746 needs to be put in its historical context.
The Argentinian Komagata Maru KHUSHWANT SINGH, Chandigarh, Punjab
The world has come a long way. Sikhs play leading roles in Argentina today.
India Abandons Its Dubious Claim To Sikh Heirloom:
It was last worn by the Sikh Emperor before it was smuggled to England by the Brits.
Canadian Govt To Offer Formal Apology In Parliament To Sikh-Canadians For Komagata Maru Incident WANYEE LI
“We should never forget the prejudice suffered by the Sikh community …”
Why We Celebrate Lohri ...
Wednesday, January 13
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.