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  1. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    Kitchen That Feeds 100,000 Daily (Photo Essay)

    In Pictures: Kitchen that feeds 100,000 daily See Slide show at this link. http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/inpictures/2013/11/pictures-kitchen-feeds-100000-daily-20131117124238293396.html A free kitchen in India run at the Sikhs' holiest shrine produces 200,000 flat breads and 1.5...
  2. Harkiran Kaur

    Dr. Janet Lant MD's Essay On Discovering Sikhism

    This letter was posted on the Facebook page for the local Gurdwara where I attend (Maritime Sikh Society). Permission has apparently been granted to use it. It is a letter sent by an American female MD (Dr. Janet Lant, MD) who is embracing Sikhism, and why she chose this path. The letter was...
  3. spnadmin

    Khalsa Aid Khalsa Aid (A Photo Essay Of Sewa)

    Neither floods, nor starvation, nor fire, nor famine, nor disease, nor earthquake has stopped Khalsa Aid from reaching to the 4 corners of the earth to give comfort and ease pain. http://www.khalsaaid.org/ This is a short photo essay that celebrates them. The best way to get acquainted with...
  4. Z

    Harinder Singh Mehboob's Essay On The Dasam Granth

    Please see Harinder Singh Mehboob's Essay on the Dasam Granth 1 Dasam Granth: The Question of Authenticity Harinder Singh Mahboob When the earthly sojourn of the Tenth Master was nearing its end at Nanded, he gathered the small bunch of his devout followers around him, and declared in an...
  5. spnadmin

    20 Spiritual Questions From The 'Holy Land' (a Photo Essay)

  6. spnadmin

    Lomita Student Wins Nationwide Essay Contest

    Conflicts over the separation of church and state aren't limited to Christians who want to pray in school. Sikhs, whose religious requirements call for them to wear a small knife at all times, often find themselves running afoul of rules designed to ensure safety in schools and the workplace...
  7. spnadmin

    Partition The 1947 Partition (August 15, 1947) With Photo Essay

    The 1947 Partition: Drawing the Indo-Pakistan Boundary by Lucy Chester The author, a visiting fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation at Stanford University, is a doctoral candidate in history at Yale University. Drawing from her dissertation, she considers here the...
  8. spnadmin

    Festivals Photo Essay: Faces Of Vaisakhi Parade, Surrey BC Special

    Photo essay: Faces of Vaisakhi parade, Surrey, BC Special Surrey - On a sunny weekend day, East-Indian residents of Lower Mainland celebrated their Vaisakhi holiday that marks the birth of religious community known as khalsa. The Sikhs all over the world celebrate their harvest festival in...
  9. spnadmin

    Heritage Dedicated To All Sikh Women: A Photo Essay From History (by Ranjit Singh 'Freed')

    Photos in this set in order are *taken from Adi Sri Guru Granth Sahib, Steek (Fareedkot Wala Teeka) - Bhasha Vibhag -4th ed 1992 - page 1005 The birth of Guru Nanak - from a Baba Atal Tower fresco - showing Mata Tripta and Bibi Nanaki *from Punjab Painting - RP Srivastava - Abhinav -...
  10. spnadmin

    Rebels And The State (An Essay)

    Rebels and the state Rebels and the state V. VENKATESAN...
  11. spnadmin

    Gurus Guru Har Rai Gurgaddi Diwas - 14 March 1644

    March 14 marks the Gurgaddi when Guru Har Rai Sahib became Guru of the Sikhs, Nanak VIII, as per the Nanakashai Calendar. Please enjoy the slide show - a photographic essay -- from the Sikh Foundation. Guru Har Rai (1630 – 1631 A.D.) – A Photo Essay To see the photo essay: Scroll...
  12. dalsingh

    Interesting Essay On Sikhism As A Non-Brahminical Faith In India

    Although I don't agree with all of this, it has some interesting perspectives: Sikhs and Tamils - The Indus Connection - Dr.N.Muthu Mohan Guru Nanak had the opportunity to see both the ends of the devotional culture. He understood the strength of Devotion as a true and popular feeling as...
  13. M

    General Sikh Youth Essay Competition

    Sikh Youth Essay Competition - Khalsa Diwan Society New Westminster, BC Purpose and Objective of the Essay Competition The objectives of the 100 years celebration of the Khalsa Diwan Society being held by the New Westminster Society is to share with the community and especially the youth the...