REVIEWED BY SUSAN PERREN
As its title might suggest, Karma, Calgarian Cathy Ostlere's first work of fiction, is a book not bounded by earthly concerns. Rather, this novel, a bravura performance in verse, delves into, among other things, “this life” and the “next life,” as perceived through...
I seek not praise, nor the attainment of yoga,
I seek not salvation, nor paradise...
I fear not the Hades, I wish not to escape it.
This cycle of birth and death I dread not.
I may be assigned to live in the nether regions,
Or midway between earth and heavens,
Or to fly in the air or to sink in...
In 2005, How Sikhdom Did Thrive: A Recap in Verse
By PUNEET SINGH LAMBA
The Sikh Times, Jan. 1, 2006
Photo: Jaswant Singh Khalra
Behzti, the play, was offensive to some
Violent protests made others glum
S.G.P.C. considered banning women in jeans
What's next? Banning...
The publication of a new translation of the erotic poetry of the sixth Dalai Lama - who rejected monastic orders and indulged his passion for women and wine - has given new insight into this controversial figure of religious history...
Das is interested to know about a verse in Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
It is by Bhagat Kabeer Ji.
In That he states that to worship God,By giving Examples nothing could be ideal.
For worshipping God one has to be perfect like God.
Das wants this help from all brothers...