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  1. aristotle

    S Asia Thinking About The Big Move: The Sikh Way Of Life Changing In Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa

    Shabqadar (NWFP, Pakistan): Ranjit Singh’s court was one of the most magnificent in the world. The Raja had scarlet tented pavilions set up on gold and silver poles near the river. His courtiers walked around like glittering jewels. He created an atmosphere of religious tolerance in which...
  2. H

    Opinion Haanji's Quick Takes On A Changing World (September 23, 2013)

    Hi everyone! I am Haanji, a 21st Century Sikh, and a citizen of the world. This my very first thread posted for Sikh Philosophy Network. Each week I take a look back on the week that was and share some news briefs that caught my attention. Expect a new thread every week. Please comment on...
  3. Harkiran Kaur

    Changing My Last Name To Kaur

    I am just wondering what if any are requirements for changing my last name to Kaur? Do I require to do Amrit before I can? After all, those born into the Sikh faith already have that as their last name (or Singh for boys) without needing to do Amrit prior to. I have reached the point where...
  4. spnadmin

    USA Sikhism And The Changing Electoral Demographic

    Sikhism and the Changing Electoral Demographic http://theprincetontory.com/main/sikhism-and-the-changing-electoral-demographic/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+cnnewslink+%28Collegiate+Network+Newslink+Feed%29 The election has ended, and President Obama’s...
  5. N

    Boyfriend Changing Religion

    Hi I am a Hindu girl, no Sikh. I have grown up in Europe and done my studies here. My boyfriend is a Punjabi and has proposed me many times for marriage. After finishing my bachelors I have agreed for marriage. All of a sudden he has turned into A Sikh\ Rishi and Vegan. I was shocked to...
  6. Archived_Member16

    Opinion Changing Religious Landscape: United Church Elects First Gay Moderator

    CHANGING RELIGIOUS LANDSCAPE: Vancouver reverend elected United Church of Canada's first openly gay moderator By Don Butler, Ottawa Citizen - August 16, 2012 After the historic vote, Rev. Gary Patersons said he wouldn’t want his sexuality to become the centrepiece of his time as...
  7. Archived_Member16

    India Changing Times For Women

    Changing times for women By Editor - Asian Age 8 Mar 2012 THE JUDICIARY in India has been the guiding force behind a number of legislations that have helped in bettering the lives of women. Thanks to landmark judgments, women are now eligible for a share in ancestral property...
  8. Archived_Member16

    Canada The Changing Face Of Canadian Diversity

    The changing face of Canadian diversity Watch for these five trends to become more present in our thoughts and discussions on how our country should go forward with immigration By Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun - January 7, 2012 The common wisdom, from Italy to the United States, is that...
  9. spnadmin

    Pacific Changing Lives For The Better

    RASHMINDER Singh is living the great Australian dream. He has a fulfilling career as a nurse and his young family is living in the house he built two years ago in South Morang. His twin daughters are nearly two and, depending on the circumstances, he refers to them as “double trouble” or...
  10. Archived_Member16

    East And West, Different Outlook And Changing Trends

    East and West, Different Outlook and Changing Trends by: Dr. Sawraj Singh, MD, FICS In the last two centuries, under western domination, eastern philosophy, spirituality, secular concepts and the east´s contribution in the overall development of humanity have mostly been ignored or denied...
  11. Aman Singh

    World Microsoft Apologizes For Changing Race In Photo

    By Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) - Software giant Microsoft Corp. is apologizing for altering a photo on its Web site to change the race of one of the people shown in the picture. A photo on the Seattle-based company's U.S. Web site shows two men, one Asian and one black, and a white...
  12. Aman Singh

    Changing Trends In Sikh Weddings

    Changing trends in Sikh weddings and a special ‘Anand Karaj’ in Thailand By Dya Singh In my life and ‘travels’ I have attended, helped to conduct, and conducted, literally hundreds of ‘Anand Karaj’ (Sikh religious wedding) ceremonies since teenage-hood. I remember some beautiful ceremonies...
  13. Aman Singh

    SikhRI Sidak: A Life Changing Experience

    This summer, I was able to take part in a two-week intensive learning program in San Antonio, Texas called Sidak. I didn’t know what to expect, since it was my first year attending, but I heard so many great things about the program so I had to see it for myself. I decided to take Gurmukhi 101...
  14. Astroboy

    We Will Wake Up When It's Too Late

    A 25-Point of Attack The RSS has 25 points with which it hopes to attack the Sikh faith and lead to its eventual assimilation. All 25 points are very easily refuted but lack of education and knowledge coupled with the RSS’s organized attack make this a serious danger. These points are already...
  15. S

    "Bend It Like Beckham" - Changing Gender Roles In Britain?

    hello, with great interest I read your posts and I´m convinced that your answers may help me. In Germany I have to write a research paper on the following topic : "Bend it like Beckham" - an interpretation of the film with reference to the conflicts of a Sikh cultural background and...
  16. N

    Sikh News Militants Changing Tactics: DGP (The Tribune)

    Use of modern technology coupled with allurements of money to recruits are some of the major changes in tactics of the new breed of militants in camouflaging their networking and operations, said the Director-General of Police, Mr S.S. Virk, here today...
  17. N

    Sikh News Sikh Faith Unwavering In Changing Times

    MUMBAI: Few carry a kirpan , wearing a kanga is inconvenient and even the long hair is succumbing to scissors and gels. But when the 500,000-strong Sikh community of Mumbai congregates in its gurdwaras or open maidan s, as it will do on Friday to celebrate Guru Nanak Jayanti, the 21st-century...
  18. N

    Should Rehatanams Be Amended With Changing Times

    Please Discuss.
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