by Namita Devidayal Every evening, after school homework or hockey practice, the boys and girls of Bhaini Sahib, a...
Harinder Singh and Kirandeep Kaur’s brainchild 1469, a brand that stands for Punjabi faith, language and humour, aims at connecting Punjabi youth to their culture. The brand 1469 stemmed from an unpleasant experience which Harjinder Singh, founder of the brand, also terms as life-changing… Read More
Worth watching. How dialects of Punjabi have been used to divide Punjab. A perspective from the Punjabi Muslims of Pakistan. Who are now facing the same challenges regarding Punjabi in Pakistan. Read More
The game is about the Sikh journey, hence the name of the game: “Sikh Odyssey”. It is in the form of a trivia game. It includes 540 questions, answers and facts about the Sikh religion and Punjab. This game has something for everyone; it has simple questions for children and some interesting questions for adult’s as well…Read More
As a schoolboy, I remember being very impressed that the word “Sikh” means “student” or “disciple.” The idea that we were Sikhs of the Guru, and that the Guru’s word was an essential guide to living, to be studied and understood, was very strong in my household, as in those of a multitude of Sikhs. There was always a space set aside in our house for the Guru Granth Sahib, and my parents…Read More
Twenty-nine years ago, artist Prem Singh, and his poet friend, Amarjit Chandan, made a pact on a sketchbook in Chandigarh. The poet would give him one-liner Punjabi folk epigrams and he would illustrate them. Soon after, the poet migrated to western lands and Prem Singh stayed behind. Both kept on creating in their own ways but Prem Singh did not forget his promise…Read More