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Saffron Salvation by Simarjit Kaur

Saffron Salvation by Simarjit Kaur

Saffron Salvation, is a literary novel set in 1984. It is the first novel set in the Sikh genocide from a Sikh perspective written for a Western audience. Three editions ...
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Holla Mohalla, Three Days of Honoring Tradition – A Photo Essay

Holla Mohalla, Three Days of Honoring Tradition – A Photo Essay

By Amrinder Singh & Inderjit Singh Takhar The origins of the Holla Mohalla were laid in A.D 1701 by Guru Gobind Singh. The festival is three days of incredible celebrations, ...
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Hundreds Attend our Janamsakhi Art Event!

Hundreds Attend our Janamsakhi Art Event!

By Inderjit S. Takhar On a beautiful Saturday afternoon in San Francisco California the Asian Art Museum and the Sikh Foundation hosted the Language of Colors: A Discussion of Guru ...
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Unlearn by Humble The Poet - Reviewed by Ranbir Singh

Unlearn by Humble The Poet – Reviewed by Ranbir Singh

Reviewed by: Ranbir SinghKanwer Singh a.k.a Humble The Poet is an elementary school teacher and writer by day. By night, he is a Toronto bred MC/spoken word artist and musician ...
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A Brief History Of One Sikh American's Response To 1984

A Brief History Of One Sikh American’s Response To 1984

By Meeta KaurThese quotes were first published by the Sikh Foundation in a number of newspapers all over the US in the aftermath of the Operation Bluestar.  American author Maya Angelou ...
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