Tagged: sikh

10 Days of Terror

Tens of thousands of army troops were deployed and on the 1st June Sri Harmandir Sahib (The Golden Temple) was surrounded. The Border Security Force and the Central Reserve Police Force… Read More

1984: Gauri Gill

Gauri Gill, a winner of the Grange Photography Prize studied at New York’s Parsons School of Design and California’s Stanford University and works unapologetically in the documentary tradition… Read More

Birth Stories of the Guru

Recitation of Janamsakhis or birth stories of the Guru and imbibing their message is an integral part of the Sikh’s life. Merely listening to a Janamsakhi — which is the narrative of Guru Nanak’s life… Read More

Religious Young People

Why Did This Sikh, Jew, Christian And Buddhist Become More Observant Than Their Parents? A survey published this week found more young people turning away from religion, believing that the definition of being… Read More

Sardar Tujhe Salaam

Nothing has saddened me more in recent times as the brutal slaying of the two Sikhs by the Taliban and their subsequent vicious gesture of sending the mutilated bodies to a gurudwara in Pakistan. Sikhs have always been a part of my life from the time I was growing up in a cosmopolitan town…
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