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  1. aristotle

    World Century Later, Australia To Acknowledge Sikh Generosity

    After more than a hundred years, Bud Singh, one of many thousands of Punjabis who came to Australia in the late 19th or very early 20th century, is going to be the medium of New South Wales’ acknowledging the generosity of Sikhs. Like thousands of his fellow countrymen and pioneer Indian...
  2. spnadmin

    General 18th Century Perspective On Sikhism

    18th Century Perspective on Sikhism Dr. Balwant Singh Dhillon Head, Dept. of Guru Nanak Studies, G. N. D. University, Amritsar http://www.sikharchives.com/?p=4056 Introduction A cursory glance at the early 18th century medieval India, reveals that the Mughal Empire was on its...
  3. spnadmin

    Sikh Foundation A Century Of Sikhs In California

    A Century of Sikhs in California by Bruce La Brack From the periphery to the center Part 2 of 3 by Bruce La Brack Ladies and Gentlemen, let me say first that I very much appreciate the invitation to address this audience and to join with you in celebrating the Centenary of the first gurdwara...
  4. spnadmin

    Heritage Early 20th Century Canadian Immigration Policy And Asian Immigrants

    BLOG POST about MIGRATION posted on MAY 26, 2011 by SATNAM SINGH Early 20th century Canadian immigration policy is marred with racist laws formed to prevent the coming of Asians to British Columbia. The story of Asian immigration is almost as old as British Columbia itself. The first...
  5. spnadmin

    Heritage Some Key Dates In A Century Of Sikhism: BC

    1904: The arrival of the first wave of Sikh immigrants. The census listed 258 Sikhs. Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, the Sikh Holy book was first brought to Canada by Bhai Arjan Singh. The scriptures were located at a house in Port Moody. 1905: For the next three years, 5,000 Sikhs came to Canada...
  6. spnadmin

    Fauja Singh Smashes A Century

    London-based marathon running wonder becomes 100-years-old today India's master blaster, Sachin Tendulkar missed out on his hundredth ton in the India vs Pak semi-final on Wednesday, out on 85 after a couple of 'lives'. On another continent, a world famous Sikh marathoner smashed a century of...
  7. spnadmin

    Canada Ahead By A Century

    This new year will be a particularly special one for Abbotsford when its Sikh population and the larger community unite to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the Gur Sikh Temple located on South Fraser Way. Satwinder Bains, director of the UFV Centre for Indo-Canadian Studies, said the...
  8. Admin

    Sanatan Sikhism Of The 19th Century And Sanatan Singh Sabha

    Sanatan Singh Sabha is the original Singh Sabha formed in 1873 by Sikhs in Amritsar to recover a distinctive Sikhism. The Sikhs in Amritsar formed the Sanatan Singh Sabha as the original Singh Sabha in 1873. Still reckoned as an ideal Indian renaissance movement, Sanatan Singh Sabha recovered...
  9. K

    Harbhajan Hits His Maiden Test Century,saves Match For India

    Even in his wildest dreams, off-spinner Harbhajan Singh might have never imagined that he would be named man of the match in a Test match for his batting. The impossible happened in the first Test against New Zealand in Ahmedabad, when Harbhajan scored his maiden century to help India escape...
  10. Admin

    Spirituality And Science In The 21st Century

    Spirituality and Science in the 21st Century Gurbakhsh Singh (USA) The thought of spirituality is as old as humanity itself. Along with the development of human knowledge, the nature of the faith in the supernatural authority has also changed. Hinduism, a major faith in the East, claims it...
  11. Vikram singh

    Heritage Some Key Dates In A Century Of Sikhism In B.C

    1904: The arrival of the first wave of Sikh immigrants. The census listed 258 Sikhs. Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, the Sikh Holy book was first brought to Canada by Bhai Arjan Singh. The scriptures were located at a house in Port Moody. 1905: For the next three years, 5,000 Sikhs came to Canada...
  12. spnadmin

    Opinion Sashti Balasundaram: Indian Traditions Mix With 21st Century Ideals

    Sashti Balasundaram: Indian traditions mix with 21st century ideals Sashti Balasundaram: Indian traditions mix with 21st century ideals : My View : The Buffalo News A vibrancy flows on the streets of India, with rickshaw drivers yelling for passengers, lorries trumpeting their presence...
  13. Taranjeet singh

    Heritage Some Key Dates In A Century Of Sikhism In B.C

    Some key dates in a century of Sikhism in B.C. 1904: The arrival of the first wave of Sikh immigrants. The census listed 258 Sikhs. Siri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, the Sikh Holy book was first brought to Canada by Bhai Arjan Singh. The scriptures were located at a house in Port Moody. 1905...
  14. stupidjassi

    Are There Real Sants In The 21st Century?

    WJKK WJKF I was wondering that almost 100/50 years ago there were Real Saints like Bhai Randhir singh, Piara singh, Pooran Singh etc. People who met those souls were also blessed. But what about now? Do you guys , (any of you) know if there is Real Saints living in Canada/UK/INdia/US . Or...
  15. S

    Challenges To Sikhism :21st Century

    Pl. refer the link for interesting write ups.- Sikh Missionary Society(U.K.) - The Universal Faith
  16. K

    Sikh Women In 21st Century: Some Challenges

    Dear sikh80 First of all let me clarify that i am against all type of discrimination against women.But relating discrimination to the issue of sikh girls not wanting to marry a turbaned sikh is baseless.Discrimination against women exists in every religion and even much more than...
  17. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    Fraternal Polyandry In 21st Century Punjab

    AN ARTICLE I CAME ACROSS TODAY... shocking state of the Motherland..are we regressing back to Mahabharat days of the Kaurvas and Pandvas... Jarnail Singh; _______________________________________________________ Modern-day 'Pandavas' share common wife in rural Punjab From Ravi S. Jha (Our...
  18. S

    Manual Mania In 19th Century Bengal (News Today)

    More often than not, a woman's time is taken up not by the performance of essential domestic duties, but in catering to the egoistic pleasure of her lord and master and for her own vanities. To me this domestic slavery of woman is a symbol of our barbarism...
  19. N

    Sikhism In The 21st Century - The Challenging Road Ahead

    "In the Golden Age of Satjug, everyone spoke the Truth. In each and every home, devotional worship was performed by the people, according to the Guru's Teachings. In that Golden Age, religion had four feet. How rare are those people who, as Gurmukh, contemplate this and understand. In all four...
  20. Arvind

    36th SIKHS (19th Century Photo)

    Fort Gulistan. Another fort, another action in the NWFP Rising of 1897-98. Pictured here are the survivors of a Gulistan sortie party, with Afridi tribesmen they captured during their attack. Gort Gulistan stood in the Samana range of hills, south of the Khyber Pass. The forts here were held by...
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