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Stamps of Approval (1.00)

Ever since our post graduate days at Manchester University in the early 1990s we have been researching and collecting mass produced printed imagery pertaining to the Sikhs.

Gallery (1.00)

The Khanda in Art   sikhchic.com hereby announces with immense pleasure the winner of The Khanda Contest: Ishwinder Kaur, age 9, from California, U.S.A. She wins a round air ticket to and from Amritsar, Punjab and a week...

Charkha Spins in Toronto (1.00)

Do you want to see people whose lives you are interested in and who reflect something of your experience up there on the silver screen? Then be sure to check out the Spinning Wheel Festival: A Celebration of Sikh Films!

Bringing Peace to the World One Note at a Time (1.00)

In the midst of her world tour called "Celebrate Peace" to promote her new CD, Anand, Snatam Kaur made a stop in Toronto for Peace Week this November 5th to the 11th, 2006.

The Widow Colony (1.00)

Sach Productions - aptly named, for in the Indic languages, "Sach" means Truth -- turns a disturbing but sharp focus on "a city within a city" of the world's largest democracy.

A New Year's Stock-Taking (1.00)

Sikhs now have a rich existence in North America, numbering almost a million in the United States and Canada. We have been here for over a century. Yet, we remain, in many ways, the new kids on the block.

KEVIN LEE'S DASTAAR A Film about Post 9/11 America (1.00)

Although the attack of September 11, 2001 was directed against the twin towers of the World Trade Center, but perhaps the single largest community which suffered the most collateral damage, was the Sikh community of America.

Exploring 1947 & 1984 In "My Mother India": Safina Uberoi (1.00)

There is something very special about the Punjabi diaspora spawning an inspired breed of female filmmakers like Gurinder Chadha, Meera Syal and Deepa Mehta. Staking a claim to join this pantheon is a lady from Down Under  -  Safina Uberoi.

Nusrat's Heir: Dya Singh (1.00)

He was born in Malaysia, completed his professional education in the UK, lives in Australia and sings Indian music. And that's only the smaller 'fusion' story of Dya Singh's life. The real fusion story, which has now become his legacy, is his music.

Saint-Soldiers in Colour - Sikh Calendar Art (1.00)

Much has been written about Sikhs - their theology, history, politics, culture, etc. - but not about their art or architecture.

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