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    On Guru Nanak’s Trail

    Loss of immense religious heritage has been a recurring regret for Singapore-based author Amardeep Singh during his travels... In search of a gurdwara in the nondescript town of Topi in Pakistan, Amardeep Singh is led into a sunlit courtyard by a young turbaned boy. It is a private gurdwara in...
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    Sikh Foundation Nature’s Landscapes : The Photography Of Amardeep Singh

    Captivated by our previous article on Sikh Soldier’s in Tibet – Year 1904, we asked Amardeep Singh to share his knowledge and experiences. Picture of Lake Manasarovar with Mount Kailash in the left background • What inspired you to make your journey to Tibet? I am a born wanderer...
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    India Amardeep Mela-2010 To Conclude On Friday

    Punjab Newsline Network Thursday, 23 December 2010 By Verinder Sareen NAWANSHAHR: Amardeep Singh Shergill Memorial College, Mukandpur is witnessing fervor activities these days with the celebration of birth anniversary of late Amardeep Singh Shergill as well as its foundation day under...
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    Trauma Care On The Menu: Amardeep "Babli" Singh And His Dhaba Stand

    TRAUMA CARE ON THE MENU By Vishal Bhandari Posted On Sunday, January 03, 2010 If you ever travel on the old...
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    World OOPs! Suzannah Expelled For Nose-Piercing, But Amardeep Isn't Her Father

    You might have read the story of the English Literature professor at Lehigh College, a Sikh born in the US, whose daughter, Suzannah Pabla, was expelled from a school in Utah for wearing a nose-ring. She wanted to be closer to her culture. The story starts out like this To 12-year-old...