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Sikh Women – by Satinder Kaur Kapany

Sikh Women – by Satinder Kaur Kapany

By Satinder Kaur Kapany Traditionally the role of the Indian women had been a secondary and submissive one. The Hindu women by and large were limited in their role in ...
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Women – a Poem by Prof. Hazara Singh

Women – a Poem by Prof. Hazara Singh

From our archives: A special “Sikh Women” Issue of the “Sikh Sansar” first published in 1975 and edited by Satinder Kaur Kapany.  ...
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Learning More – Dr. Mohinder Singh

Learning More – Dr. Mohinder Singh

By Jacqueline Smith Today we had a speaker talk to us about resilience, honesty, hard work and keeping your own identity intact. It is easy to forget how similar we ...
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The Princess Doth Protest

The Princess Doth Protest

Review by Jeanne E. Fredriksen Exhumed from obscurity, Princess Sophia Duleep Singh (1876-1948) is celebrated in Anita Anand’s ambitious but often-didactic biography, Sophia–Princess, Suffragette, Revolutionary. The youngest daughter of Maharajah ...
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A Souvenir from the Past: Painted memories of the powerful and the ordinary in 19th century Punjab

A Souvenir from the Past: Painted memories of the powerful and the ordinary in 19th century Punjab

By Rupy C. Tut Through traveling we find ourselves immersed in places with exciting cultures, different types of people and unique ways of living. We collect our travel memories as ...
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Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan visits the Sikh Foundation

Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan visits the Sikh Foundation

By Inderjit Singh Takhar Harjit Singh Sajjan, Canada's Minister of National Defense visited the Sikh Foundation offices in Palo Alto CA along with a 4 member team. Minister Sajjan is ...
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