Jagjeet Singh Wins Film Festival With Anti-bullying Short
[VIDEO] Jagjeet won a Nikon D810 and an all-expenses-paid trip to Cannes for his film entitled ‘Voiceless – Stop the Bullies’. ‘I’m pleased to win an award for this particular film as it’s a project that sits close to my heart."
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Vaisakhi at City Hall
Come and join the celebration of Sikh heritage, history and culture. The event is organised by the Mayor, with support from Singh Sabha London East and EY Sikh Network.
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Behind the Scenes of KAUR
A sneak peek behind the scenes of 'KAUR'. Find out how we made an animated short Sikh film. Meet the voices and the creators behind this unique project.
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Sikh Manifesto 2015-2020
To support & raise the awareness of the Sikh Manifesto with politicians, Gurdwaras, communities, Sikhs & Non Sikhs within the UK.
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Sikh Magician: AmaSINGH!
Vikram Singh Khalsa (known as "amasingh") is a professional magician with over 15 years of experience performing for a wide range of audiences. He has entertained toddlers at birthday parties, seniors at retirement homes, and everyone in between.
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Jagmeet Singh Honors Freedom Fighters
[VIDEO] 84 years ago, on March 23rd 1931, three famous freedom fighters, Bhagat Singh, Shivram Rajguru and Sukhdev Thapar, were executed. To commemorate the event Jagmeet Singh gave the following speech:
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Sikh Awareness on YouTube
[VIDEO] This video is clearly meant to reduce hatred and ignorance towards Sikhs. Way to go TestTube for helping to educate the world about Sikhs!
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Nihang Sikhs: The Modern-Day Warriors-Pacifists
Nihang Sikhs are a particular sect of Sikhism. They are essentially one of the last existing traditions of modern-day warriors. The word Nihang literally means crocodile. They describe themselves as the “Akaali,” which means undying or immortal army.
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How SikhNet Made the Animation KAUR
Find out how we made an animated short Sikh film.
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Sikhs in Iran ~ ਇਰਾਨ ਦੇ ਸਿੱਖ
Iran is known as a land of cultural diversities and for thousands of years numerous tribes and communities lived in this land. They have migrated from other parts of the world and have found Iran as a peaceful homeland and have considered it as their own.
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