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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AnonCare is an exciting merger of the latest in technology and age old values that promotes a culture of ‘no decision about me without me’ by encouraging the practice of collecting and sharing good information to improve the quality, safety and effectiveness of patient care.
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Gunslinger Grannies Inspire Olympians
[VIDEO] "A few years ago not many of the 25 girls studying at the Johri Rifle Club today would have been able to step out of home. Girls who train at the range have got jobs at the army, the Air Force, and the border security..."
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Finding Your Self Through Comics
ComicGirl19 has based her life on non-traditional story telling. Her experiences and perspectives might make you think more about what impact media like 'Chaar Sahibzaade' and SikhNet's 'KAUR' animation has on your children.
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Sikh Environmental Day celebrated in the Valley
Members of the Valley's Sikh community are working to save the planet. Dozens gathered at the Selma temple on Sunday to encourage recycling, eco-friendly habits and tree planting.
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Kirpan Support From New Zealand PM
New Zealand Prime Minister today said he is sympathetic towards Sikhs who were barred from entering the ground to watch India play Zimbabwe because they were wearing a kirpan.
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Measuring Compassion in the Body
Roughly 20 years ago, Steve Porges of the University of Chicago pioneered PolyVagal theory, which suggested that the Vagus nerve fundamentally drives human social affiliation—the motivations and behaviors involved in approaching others in trusting, affectionate, and cooperative ways.
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