Tag Archives: Mahatma Gandhi

Statue or no Statue, the cat is out of the bag as far as Gandhi is concerned: Sikh Federation UK

London, United Kingdom: Earlier this week William Hague, the Foreign Secretary and George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, visiting India announced a statue of Mahatma Gandhi would be erected in Parliament Square next year. The Sikh Federation (UK) condemned ...

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Aurangzeb to Partition, his book explores history of undivided Punjab

Amritsar, Punjab: Rajmohan Gandhi, a renowned scholar and grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, was in Amritsar to launch his latest book, “Punjab-A history from Aurangzeb to Mountbatten”. Tracing 240 years of the history of Punjab, the book reflects on Punjab in the ...

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Nobel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore dropped by Sikh temple during Vancouver visit

Bengali Poet, Esaa Yist, and songwriter Rabindranath Tagore was a literary giant of the early 20th century, becoming the first non-European ever to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. And according to local cultural historian Naveen Girn, he dropped by the ...

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