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  1. Taranjeet singh

    Basics Of Sikhism Revisited

    Three pillars of Sikhism The Three Pillars of Sikhism were formalised by Guru Nanak as: The Guru led the Sikhs directly to practise Simran and Naam Japna—meditation on God and reciting and chanting of God’s Name—Waheguru. The Sikh is to recite the Nitnem banis...
  2. spnadmin

    History History Revisited: Filmmakers Look To Punjab For Inspiration

    History revisited: Filmmakers look to Punjab for inspiration Jaskiran Kapoor Posted: Sat Oct 23 2010, 03:59 hrs Chandigarh: Whether it is films or television series, the region and its people have been more than inspiring for directors and creative personalities Whether it is...
  3. spnadmin

    Maharajas Revisited

    Maharajas Revistedby HARINDER SINGH Last week I walked into the first exhibition designed to "comprehensively" explore the extraordinarily rich culture of the maharajas. "Maharaja - The Splendour of India's Royal Courts" is the feature exhibit at the Victoria & Alberta...
  4. Gyani Jarnail Singh

    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom It Was A POGROM. Nov 1984 Delhi. Revisited

    www.outlookindia.com | ?Their Demeanour Was Frighteningly Casual? Sikh riots 'Their Demeanour Was Frighteningly Casual' Ashok Jaitly Ashok Jaitly, an IAS officer posted in Delhi in November 1984, was one of the rare officers to testify against the police and political workers for their role...
  5. Admin

    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom For Them, It Was Partition Revisited

    TWENTY years ago, for three days, armed mobs had a free run - killing Sikh men, destroying their properties, molesting their women and assaulting their children. Just...
  6. Admin

    1984 Anti-Sikh Pogrom 1984 Revisited

    1984 REVISITED June comes around every year with uncomfortable regularity. In 1984, on Guru Arjan’s martyrdom day —June 5 — the Indian army launched a full-scale invasion of the Golden Temple in Amritsar and of 40 other gurdwaras across Punjab. Thousands were massacred; there was no...
  7. L

    Sikhs Beliefs Revisited

    Sikh Beliefs Sikhs believe in the following: There is one God: God made everything. God is called Satguru – "True Guru" and Waheguru - "Wonderful Guru". Sikh basic beliefs are summed up in the words of the Mool Mantar, the first hymn written by Guru Nanak and part of Japji Sahib, the first...
  8. drkhalsa

    History Revisited

    History revisited Some historians claim Guru Arjan Dev laid the foundation stone of Harmandar Sahib, while others give the credit to Muslim saint Sain Mian Mir. In this confusion, however, the lessons of universal brotherhood and communal harmony that shine through the Sikh history are...
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