Tag Archives: Gurdwara Sahib

Budhist, Muslim and Sikh communities took-out peace march in Nagpur

Nagpur, Maharashtra: In a major show of communal harmony, the members of Budhist, Sikh and Muslim communities, on Oct. 05, held an impressive peace march in Nagpur. For last two days the Nagpur was tense after a minor altercation between two groups of youth belonging to Budhist and Sikligar Sikh communities had turned serious. Leaders and representatives of these minority ...

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Golden Temple inspires US students to organise langar

Washington, USA: Inspired by the “langar” of the Golden Temple, where they visited early this year, a group of US students are organising their free meal day at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Students of the University of Michigan who are back in Ann Arbor after their summer trip to the Golden Temple, where they spent part of their ...

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How a Swedish Person Found Sikhi

During the Sweden Sikh Family Camp I met a young Swedish man and woman wearing a Dastaar and Kirpaan. I was able to talk to them and ask how they found Sikhi. Bhenji told me that she lived on one of Sweden’s islands. She had never seen or heard of a Sikh or the Sikh religion. Bhenji was an average ...

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Sikh History: Guru Ka Bagh Morcha – 08 August 1922

The peaceful non-violent Morcha (agitation) of Guru Ka Bagh was launched for emancipation of a Gurdwara Sahib from the stronghold of Mahant Sunder Dass in 1922 A.D. The Morcha ended on 17 November 1922 after the demands were conceded. The peaceful conduct of the Sikh’s while bearing merciless beating with Lathis and sufferring severe physical injuries won admiration all over ...

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‘I pursued medicine because of dad’

Malaysia: The long-time dream of Amarpal Singh to have his father witness him graduate from medical school was quashed because of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 tragedy. The 22-year-old’s father, Karamjit Singh Karnail Singh, was on board the ill-fated plane as he was returning home from work in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. “I was praying that it was not my father’s flight… ...

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