When Fauja went to Bumba

You don’t need an entertainment panel on the plane if you have marathoner Fauja Singh sitting next to you. Yes, Fauja and I were travelling together last week — I was accompanying the legend for the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon… Read More

Those Infectious Punjabi Dance Rhythms

Five years ago, as percussionist Sunny Jain’s own jazz ensemble, the Sunny Jain Collective, was gaining respect, he was often also playing with a group of musicians of South Asian parentage—principally guitarist Rez Abbassi, pianist Vijay Iyer… Read More

Slumdog Sikhs

A study, conducted by Sikhs Helping Sikhs (SHS) representatives, on Sikhs living in Delhi’s Sultanpuri Area has found that nearly 100% per cent of Sikhs of the area live here in sub-human conditions.
The plight of Sikhs of the area is presented through this documentary. … Watch Video

Slow Recovery at US Sikh Temple

As you turn the car onto the drive to the Sikh temple in Oak Creek, next to the sign letting you know you are in the right place are six simple white markers.
A reminder of the day this unremarkable city became another place in America to suffer through gun violence. On each post, the names of the victims are handwritten…. Read More