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Sikh Foundation Preserving and Restoring - keeping our heritage alive!

Discussion in 'Sikh Organisations' started by miz and sonia, Jul 11, 2010.

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    Family Donates Art, Jewelry to Asian Art Museum


    T.S and Jogi Khanna recently donated to the museum a chunni, 3 chogas and gold jewelry that were worn during the marriage of T.S Khanna's grandfather, Dr. Sewa Singh, to his wife in 1915. Singh served as chief minister of Nabha state under Maharaja Hira Singh from 1906 to 1916... Read More


    Shades Of The Old Punjab - by Chander Suta Dogra


    The Ghuman family of Sarwarpur, near Ludhiana, cannot understand what the fuss is about. Ever since Sajjan Singh Ghuman, an NRI Sikh living in England, rebuilt a mosque in his native village that was damaged during Partition, the shrine, as well as his family back home, have attracted the curiosity... Read More


    Have a great week everyone!
     

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    Two beautiful additions. Each poignant for the glimpses into history, but also into the big souls that have inhabited the Sikh quom, and continue to do so.
     

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