Tag Archives: Sikh Studies

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ISRC 2017

Exciting line up of speakers at the ISRC The annual International Sikh Research Conference (ISRC) is running for the fourth time at the University of Warwick on 17th June 2017. The conference will bring together renowned and upcoming Scholars from the UK and around the world.

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International Sikh Research Conference showcases the depth in global Sikh research.


ISRC 2016 held at the University of Warwick was a major success. The third International Sikh Research Conference (ISRC) showcased the research of University students as well as seasoned scholars of the Sikh faith. The conference was convened by Harjinder Singh Lallie (University of Warwick) and Gurinder Singh Mann (Director of the Sikh Museum Initiative). The event followed on from ...

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International Sikh Research Conference 2014 provides new insights in Sikh Studies.

ISRC 2014 screen

UK: The aim of the international Sikh Research conference (ISRC) was to showcase the work of Sikh scholars and historians and to share their research on a wider platform. The conference was set up by Harjinder Singh Lallie (University of Warwick), Gurinder Singh Mann (independent Researcher) and Dr Opinderjit Kaur Takhar (University of Wolverhampton). All three scholars are actively researching ...

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‘Community not following the teachings of Sikh Gurus’

Baba Balbir Singh Seechewal,

Chandigarh: Environmental problems should be a priority for the residents of any area while sharing their civic problems with candidates during elections. Also, we need to increase the number of water treatment plants across the country and especially in Punjab. This was said by eco-activist Baba Balbir Singh Seechewal, during a seminar on ‘World Citizenship: Sikhism and Environment’ organised by the ...

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She would sell most of her jewelry to educate us


New York,USA: About 15 years ago when the Ishar Singh Bindra family discussed ways to give back to the community some of the family fortune made through its textile import business and real estate, Kuljit Kaur Bindra, the family matriarch, suggested doing something in education to promote Sikh culture and literature. That led to a chair on Sikh studies at Hofstra ...

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