Yuba City Festival Success
Organized by the Punjabi American Heritage Society, the festival was established to celebrate Punjabi culture. Mrs. Narinder Kaur Dhillon (ensaaf.org), sister of late Kuljit Dhatt (from Shahid Bhagat Singh's family), struck an emotional chord with the audience when she talked about her perspective on Human Rights in Punjab.
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Online Punjabi Encyclopedia Launched
For any Punjabi speaker interested in a resource to refine your language skills. In yet another attempt to promote Punjabi language, Punjabi University, Patiala, launches the first-of-its-kind online Punjabi encyclopedia...
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Sikh Sports Announcer Teaches Player Punjabi
Harnarayan Singh attempts to teach some Flames players how to speak Punjabi!
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New iPad App – Gurmukhi Phonics teaches Gurmukhi Phonetically
I wouldn't limit this app to kids. I think the app is just the thing that will finally help my father in law (who is in his 60s and wants to learn Punjabi) easily learn the language at his own pace but in an interactive and engaging way.
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Anita Lerche Punjabi Concert on December 17 in Indianapolis
Thank you for the opportunity to enjoy a world-class concert and learn and learn about the all-important work of the "House" that Christel built to serve humanity.
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Anita Lerche the Unique Punjabi Singer
Punjabi Singer, Anita Lerche is one in a million. Originally from Denmark, she has perfected Punjabi folk music to another level.
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Of Sikh raj and Punjabi journalism
Sikh History is replete with sacrifices of its soldiers for the Panth. The saga of laying down life for the greater cause started from the Gurus and touched glory when the Tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh, formed the Khalsa.
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Conversations on Canvas
In artist Neeta Mohindra’s works, where stage and canvas are an intrinsic part of the creative connect, Mohindra finds expression through theatre and painting.
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Sikhs in Pak demand separate schools for children
Concerned over the dwindling number of children able to speak in Gurmukhi, the Sikhs in Pakistan have demanded the government establish separate institution for the community so that the language of their scriptures can be taught to the community members.
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Bright Sikh students get their reward
SOME 32 Sikh students were honoured by the Penang Sikh Association (PSA) for their achievements in their school examinations.
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