When my brother and sister were feeling down, I would take them up to my room and we would read some Banis together. Doing this would give us so much peace, and make us forget about what was going on. It gave us hope and a connection to something bigger than ourselves.
[VIDEO] For this exhibit, Kamaljeet explores her journey through womanhood by visually exploring the Ragas she became intimate with at various milestones in her life: youth, courtship, pregnancy, motherhood...
Because of the value of human life, suicide is a great tragedy. So that soul has to begin its journey again. That means going through all 8.4 million incarnations.
The bottom line is you have to do the work.
It’s an inner fight to stand out. Actually we are training our mind when we manage to do the right thing when everyone else is doing the wrong thing. We are using our brain – not just following everyone else.
Devoted to her younger brother, Bibi Nanki was concerned about his drift toward unworldliness and her father's increasing impatience at the boy's indifference toward all that he valued in the world--position and wealth.
THE World Sikh Organization of Canada held its second annual Sikh Youth Leadership Institute (SYLI) in Ottawa this past weekend. 20 Sikh youths between the ages of 18 and 25 were selected to take part in the program. The attendees came from coast to coast and two-thirds of this year’s participants were Sikh women.
A common fallacy propagated amongst Sikhs is that the Indian Constitution includes Sikhs in the definition of Hindus. The write-up aims to dispassionately analyse this view. The contention swirls around Article 25 of the Indian constitution.