[VIDEO] Roque responded, “I know I can’t give you back what I wish I could, which is your brother, but I hope you find some comfort in knowing that I’m very sorry for what happened to your brother and your whole family and his wife and everyone.”
“When we saw the incredible response to the short videos that we posted, with hundreds of thousands of views, we knew we were tapping into a deep need to share who we are with as many of our interfaith friends as we can..."
Rohtas is about 200 kilometres from Lahore on M2 motorway towards Rawalpindi. Unknown to most people, the town has a historical Gurdwara Sahib commemorating the visit of Guru Nanak while he was on one of his Udasis.
some slated to be featured include brothers Yoshi and Peter Sudarso — who both appeared in the "Power Rangers" franchise, Gerrard Lobo of "Master of None," Vishavjit Singh — also known as Sikh Captain America, and fitness icon Kenta Seki.
Let us not be bitter, discriminatory or violent against those who differ from us in one thing or the other. They should not be perceived as adversaries or as competitors, but instead be acknowledged for what they are: brothers and sisters in faith. All wisdom seekers (Sikhs) must seek and promote unity in congregations, organizations, groups, institutions, and in our diaspora societies throughout the world.
His prolific work, which has the vision of using the internet to reach hearts, has been especially valuable to the younger generation of Sikhs, many of whom have strengthened their Sikhi with his inspiration.
Already the first person to call the play-by-play of NHL games in Punjabi, 31-year-old, Harnarayan Singh is set to make history once again Wednesday night. Will become the first Sikh to broadcast in English when he joins the crew covering the Calgary Flames and Toronto Maple Leafs game at the Saddledome.
Some other key findings include Sikhs twice as more likely to have a degree or a higher qualification compared to the average for the population, and at the same time, they are least likely to be unemployed.
An Ambala-based photographer, Maninder Singh Sodhi, has been documenting the famous Sikh festival of Hola Mohalla for 18 years. The engineer-turned-photographer learnt to use the camera from his father.