Mumbai Bids Farewell (Captain Habinder Singh Ahluwalia, Flight IX-812)
Mumbai bids farewell- Hindustan Times
A wooden casket carrying the body of Captain Habinder Singh Ahluwalia, co-pilot of flight IX-812 that crashed at Mangalore airport on Saturday, arrived at his residence in Andheri...
This analysis is divided in two parts. Part One is the original articles by Dr. Kuldip Singh and Part Two is a rejoinder to this article by Late Dr. Baldev Singh.
COMPILATION OF "DASAM GRANTH"
(A Scientific Analysis by Dr. Kuldip Singh)
Controversy about origin of "Dasam Granth"...
Gurmukh Singh: Sikh violence wanes in Punjab, grows in Canada
Read more: Gurmukh Singh: Sikh violence wanes in Punjab, grows in Canada - Full Comment
Recent violent incidents at two Brampton, Ont. Sikh temples (or gurdwaras, as they’re called), and threats against former health...
Mother Tongue | by Mr. Balraz Sahni
Those days I was a teacher at Shantiniketan. One day I went to invite Rabindernath Tagore for the annual Hindi Sammelan, when he started a discussion with me. During the course of our conversation he asked "Besides teaching...
Andrew Singh Kooner: Scrapper Into Boxer
sikhchic.com | The Art and Culture of the Diaspora | Andrew Singh Kooner: Scrapper Into Boxer
Andrew Singh Kooner's voice comes on the line and your first reaction is, yikes, this kid should never box again.
He sounds like he just inhaled a...
Award for Sikh Historian (Harnam Singh Shan)
Sikh Nugget: Award for Sikh Historian
Felicitations and honour by the Punjab Chief Minister at a state level function on Fateh Divas at Fatehgarh Sahib came as a salutation to the spiritually enlightened vision and literary prominence of...
Sikh Panth. (By Daljit Singh)
Guru Nanak Dev Ji, The Founder of the Sikh faith, taught and practised a devotional and loving attitude (bhakti) towards the Supreme Being, a belief and practice current in the Saints (sants and bhagats) of his...
"Warrior is the one fights on behalf of the under-represnted and remains mission focused till the last limb." (SGGS, 1105)
Rabindranath Tagore's Tribute to Banda Singh Bahadar
BANDI BIR - The Captive Hero from Katha (Legends), 1899
This poem is based on the anthology of the British historian...
BABA Banda Singh Bahadar, the great disciple of Guru Gobind Singh, rose up in arms against tyranny in the footsteps of his master to defend and safeguard humanity. He treaded the glorious path of supreme sacrifice and kept aloft the ‘flame of liberty’ burning bright with his fortitude and...
TerCentenary of Banda Singh's First Khalsa Raj
by RAMANINDER KAUR BHATIA
"Warrior is the one fights on behalf of the under-represnted and remains mission focused till the last limb" (GGS, 1105)
Commemorating the Portrait of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur by Bhagat Singh Bedi of Sikhiart.com...
The Dasam Granth Exposed Part XVII: History Of The Profane Book
The Dasam Granth Exposed Part XVII: History Of The Profane Book | Sikh Archives
By Principal Harbhajan Singh
Dasam Granth: A Historical Perspective
It is admitted by all historians that in the lifetime of Guru...
Rejoinder by Mrs. A. Singh to the article "Charitropakhyan and I"
Only a few weeks ago this article, Charitropakhyan and I, by Sanjam Kaur, was published at Sikhnet. The opening paragraphs read as follows:"I am a woman with two teenage daughters and I have recently finished reading the English...
General Harbaksh Singh: Modern India's Greatest Soldier
by Capt. AMARINDER SINGH
Today, many don't know who Lt. General Harbaksh Singh was.
Being out of sight for 30 years - before he passed away in 1999 - put him out of mind as well.
Born in 1913 in Badrukhan in Sangrur and having...
Sir Mota Singh grabs 'Pride of Sikh Community' award
London, May 2 (PTI)[/B] Sir Mota Singh QC, first Indian-origin Sikh to be knighted this year by the Queen for his services to the administration of justice in the UK, has been chosen for the Pride of Sikh Community Award...