A new book asks why Sikhs have made it a tradition to help strangers in their darkest moments.
Apologies if someone beat me to it but came across this just now and wanted to share
Its true, so many examples to choose from. Not only Khalsa Aid during the COVID crises but anywhere there is human suffering
I recall last year when there were post-Brexit delays at the channel tunnel/ Dover port crossing from UK to France, drivers were stranded for days and local Gurdwaras banded together to serve them hot meals
More than worthy of this recognition
Makes me very proud