Legendary Sikh Sword Bought by Canadian Businessman
The sword of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, a legendary Sikh leader from the early 19th century, was purchased by Calgary businessman Bob Dhillon.
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Spirit And Festival Of Baisakhi
Beyond the commemorations, celebrations, and proud recounting of glorious legacy and legends of the historic Baisakhi of 1699, the struggles and sacrifices since, and the unimagined achievements of the Sikhs on the world stage in recent decades, there remain formidable challenges of Sikhs knowing so little about their own faith.
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Women Restoring Sikh Art at Golden Temple
Even though women are barred from performing kirtan at the Golden Temple, a team of women now shoulder the responsibility of restoration of the fast deteriorating wall decorations within the Darbar Sahib.
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Exclusive Interview: Amardeep Singh ~ Photographer
[PHOTOS] An Exclusive Interview with The Photographer ~ Amardeep Singh
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At PTC Film awards “Sadda Haq rocks”
At PTC Film awards got 4 awards ……
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Rare Maharaja Ranjit Sword to be Auctioned This March
A recently discovered early 19th century Indian sword bearing on its blade a silhouette of Maharajah Ranjit Singh – the legendary ‘Lion of the Punjab’ – goes under the hammer on the 18th of this month in Ludlow, Shropshire (English Midlands).
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The Great Defenders
[PHOTOS] History of Punjab, from the perspective of historians of the bygone era, is the only way to keep reminding us of the great frontier it once was.
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‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ Wins 9 Technical Awards!
The International Indian Film Academy has announced the winners of the technical categories. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag has won Best: Cinematography, Screenplay, Dialogue, Editing, Sound Design, Sound Mixing, Background Score, Costume Designing, and Make-Up.
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Sikh Love Stories Artist: Rupy Cheema Tut
Whether it is the beauty of an old village door, the creases of a dastaar, or the patterns of a beautifully draped dupatta, Rupy paints to capture timelessness of such elements that induce nostalgia.
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From Syndrome to Spectacular
Rak Singh Tattal was unemployed and depressed. Then he received a diagnosis of Asperger's Syndrome and everything changed. Singh now finally understands his obsessive tendency to draw pictures for hours on end.
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