It's Time To Grow
This time of year I get to talk to you personally and that means a lot to me.
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Sikh woman wins settlement from US government over wearing religious knife
Kawal Tagore worked at the IRS when she was baptized in the Sikh faith. She wore a kirpan, a small ceremonial knife, and was not allowed into her workplace. Now, she’s receiving a settlement.
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Interview With Gurmeet Kaur ~ Punjabi Folktale
You can find folktales from around the world easily; all cultures have done a wonderful job in preserving and presenting their folk literature to their children in an attractive way; why haven't we? The question bothered me...
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Video Interview With Sikh Dubtician
[VIDEO] Jasmeet Singh AKA Dubtician is a unique and passionate artist. Zee TV interviews him and he expresses his love for music, "...keep it conscious, keep it positive because music has a message, and those of us who are blessed to create music must have responsibility."
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Langar Feeds Homeless in Birmingham
Hundreds of thousands of free meals will be served up by Sikhs this week, as part of a tradition known as Langar. Live coverage of voluntary organisation, Midlands Langar Seva Society feeding the homeless in Birmingham City Centre.
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Who was Guru Nanak? - Basics of Sikhi
Who was Guru Nanak? Why did he set up a new religion? Who made him Guru? Why do Sikhs follow him? What was his mission?
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Living History - Reclaim The Flames
Living History 1984 started as youth who wanted to understand better the events in 1984. The idea was to create a database of people telling their personal stories so that history could be preserved. It is said that people who forget history are bound to repeat it. Certainly this is not a history anyone wishes to repeat.
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Living History November 1984
[VIDEO] The living history project was born out of the belief that every Sikh alive in 1984 has a story to tell. These stories together tell a larger story. Not all consistent, not all in line with the prevalent narrative. All the more reason to spend this month learning and re-learning.
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My Life With Leukemia
Sikhi has kept me alive. The ability to recite Jaapji in the mornings, and listen to Sukhmani Sahib whenever I feel weak is a constant reminder of what my husband tells me. My work isn’t done yet. I need to continue fighting and Sikhi gives me the strength to do so
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