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Sher-di-Bacchi:
Freedom Don't Come Easy T. SHER SINGH

I stood there stunned, gearing up for a riot. The urchins were frozen in motion, assessing the situation.

Two Identities, Twice The Pride:
The Pashtun Sikhs of Nankana Sahib KHAN SHEHRAM EUSUFZYE

Little Amanraaj Singh hasn’t learnt his Punjabi or Urdu yet.

Thumbnail History of Sikhs in Kolkata/Calcutta Spanning More Than Five Centuries KALLOL BASU

The Sikh connection to Kolkata dates back to 1510 …

In The Footsteps of
Napoleon Bonaparte T SHER SINGH & MARKETA HOLTEBRINCK

They have beaten ‘their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks'.

Pilgrimage to Dachau T. SHER SINGH

We skirted Munich, and arrived in Dachau, a mere 15 km or so northwest of the city.

Sikh Float In New Year’s Day Rose Bowl Parade Wins Award sikhchic.com

Named most outstanding floral presentation from a non-commercial participant.

A Land of Five Rivers Called Punjaub …
In Queensland, Australia MANPREET KAUR SINGH

The five rivers are: Logan, Albert, Pimpania, Coomera and Nerang.

Postcards From The Road:
Mid-North Queensland, Australia DYA SINGH

News of plans to exhume Maharajah Duleep Singh's remains has reached even here.

Sikh-Italians Forge Ahead
With Rights Struggle LAURA CESARETTI

The role of Sikh-Italians is fundamental to the Italian economy.

A Home Away From Home:
Gurdwara Khalsa Diwan,
Wan Chai, Hong Kong ELLIE NG

“We welcome everyone, because we believe in equality.”

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