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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

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

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.”

Capturing The Colors Of Punjab Photographs by MARK HARTMAN, Interview by JOANNA NIKAS, Produced by EVE LYONS

“People in Punjab wear very bright, vibrant colors … To me, it shows a sense of pride and confidence.”

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