Opinion

Three centuries of Sikh military tradition Of valour sublime

India: Well-researched and backed by excellent pictures, Warrior Saints documents three decades of Sikh military tradition. For several days now, the military bands have been practising beyond my office window, perfecting their march down to Vijay Chowk and back, their pirouettes to the swaying notes of the bagpipes, their piercing evocative bugles. And today, even as I write, they will ...

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Sikhs Today ~ a new book by IJ Singh

Reviewed by: Ravinder Singh (Sikh Research Institute) Sikhs Today: Ideas and Opinions is Dr. I.J. Singh’s fifth collection of essays, marking another milestone in Dr Singh’s personal quest into the “mystery and reality of Sikhism.” Although a Sikh by default – that is, a Sikh by birth – Dr. Singh discovered the “possessive power” and “alluring beauty” of Sikhi late in ...

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A Sikh in Slovenia

AT first glance of his business card you could be forgiven for thinking that he is called Marmorni Obok, which would be an unusual name for an Indian Sikh as it means “Marble Arch” in Slovene. In fact Mehtab Singh’s name is written in very small type in the top corner of the card and this is the name of ...

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Air India Flight

I am hoping to get some sort of feed back from you on the topic of Air India flight which became the target of terrorists. They did this for sikhi.. taking the lives of the innocent..it is a shame. These individual are on the same list as the Indian MP’s who participated in the riots of 1984. Many forces are ...

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Are We Missing The Point By Fighting With Eachother

Are we missing the piont by fighting with eachother and not able to respond to anti-Sikh forces attacking the Sikh Panth? Search the word ‘Hindu’ on Google and take a look at the result. Look at the first paragraph of the Wikipedia page for the word Hindu. It says Sikhs are Hindus. Has any Sikh tried fixing this? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindu I ...

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