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  1. Ishna

    Arts/Society L-FRESH The LION: "Australia Doesn't Take Racism Seriously Enough"

    Please visit the article http://www.thevine.com.au/music/interviews/l-fresh-the-lion-australia-doesnt-take-racism-seriously-enough-20140512-281278/ for a comprehensive interview with L-FRESH The Lion, complete with embedded video clips of his music. Here's a clip from the article, specifically...
  2. Tejwant Singh

    Nature Starving Sea Lion Pups Overwhelm Southern California Rescue Organizations

    Starving Sea Lion Pups Overwhelm Southern California Rescue Organizations http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/29/starving-sea-lion-pups-ov_n_2981436.html?ir=San+Francisco&ref=topbar By SUE MANNING 03/29/13 06:05 PM ET EDT- AP LOS ANGELES — Hundreds of starving sea lion pups are...
  3. SinghWeapon

    What Does It Mean To Be A Singh?

    I want to ask all of you, can you FEEL the singh in you? The passion, the untamed power, the strength, and the spirit? You know what I mean. Tell me please, where does it come from? How does it feel? What do you want to do with it...? Ill share my own later in this thread aswell. People do...
  4. spnadmin

    Last Portrait Of The Lion Of Punjab To Be Auctioned

    What is believed to be the last portrait painted during his lifetime by the official court artist of Maharajah Ranjit Singh goes under the hammer later this month. The superb miniature portrait was painted on ivory set in white gold brooch , also inscribed on gold ‘Runjeet Singh’ It shows the...
  5. spnadmin

    The Nature Of A Saint, The Will Of A Lion (Gurdarshan Gary Mangat)

    The nature of a saint, the will of a lion Williams Lake’s Gurdarshan Gary ‘Saint Lion’ Mangat proudly wears the Battlefield Fight League featherweight championship belt after becoming the first Sikh in the history of mixed martial arts to win a featherweight title. Mangat, who graduated from...
  6. spnadmin

    Firanghis In Ranjit Singh's Darbar

    THE Sikh Kingdom under the benevolent leadership of Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1780-1839) known as ‘Sarkar-e-Khalsa’ and the ‘Lion of the Punjab’ was considered a hegemony amongst all the Indian princely states that were under the jurisdiction of the East India Company in the early part of the 19th...
  7. spnadmin

    For Tagore, Banda Was A Hero, 'lion In Shackles'

    For Tagore, Banda was a hero, 'lion in shackles' For Tagore, Banda was a hero, 'lion in shackles' - Chandigarh - City - The Times of India CHANDIGARH: The Sikh community may have taken years to offer its collective homage to the ascetic-turned-warrior, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur, but his...
  8. spnadmin

    General A Lion's Mane (Book Review By Rubin Paul Singh)

    Book Review: A Lion's Mane by Rubin Paul Singh blogger Spirit Of The Sikh: Book Review: A Lion's Mane On our weekly library trips, I find myself going through shelf after shelf of children’s books trying to find something both entertaining and challenging for my young and...
  9. Admin

    Sikhism A Lion's Mane By Navjot Kaur

    A Lion's Mane by SUNDARI December 5th, 2009 African-American publishing houses were born out of a need - the need to fill a void in the industry. Bookshelves needed to share stories of their struggles and to give children a stake in their evolving identities. In turn, they gave rise to a new...
  10. BhagatSingh

    General Kevin Richardson: Lion Man!

    WOW! YouTube - Unbelievable! Absolute friendship between a man and 38 lions!
  11. Admin

    Sikh News The Shoe's On The Other Foot

    The Shoe's On The Other Foot A miffed journalist. A flying shoe. A politician who ducks – just barely. Sound familiar? An Iraqi reporter hurled two shoes at former president George W. Bush in Baghdad last December. Four months later, a Sikh journalist tossed a shoe at an Indian federal...
  12. K

    ‘The Lion Of The Punjab’ – Gama In England, 1910

    ‘The Lion of the Punjab’ – Gama in England, 1910 by Graham Noble Copyright © Graham Noble 2002. All rights reserved. Editor’s note: The term "Indian," as used in these articles, is geographical and historical rather than political, and refers to the citizens of British India, a region that...
  13. stupidjassi

    Wake Up Call

    Waheguru ji ka khalsa, Waheguru ji ki fateh, Dear Bro & Sis, Accept my humble request. I want to ask you all a small question , just like brain storming, "You all have been to zoo, you have seen many animals, must have enjoyed teasing them( at childhood) or (may be now honestly) ...
  14. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    Is A Lion Really That Brave ?

    All of us have often heard stories about how we SINGHS are lions..because lions are brave, awe inspiring etc etc. Anyone who has watched National Geographic or Disney's Discovery Channel Documentaries or Animal Planet...will tll you that the LION is the LAZIEST, greediest animal...a lion NEVER...