The magic, the meaning and the measure of a life - indeed of history - are found not in the celebration of an individual or an event, but in the interpretation. History is a narrative. What does it tell us about the time that Guru Nanak trod this earth, particularly about the place of women?
As we worked on the script for KAUR, being a stickler for details, I wanted to actually chart on a map the journey that they took. The more we charted the history, the less the story most people know made sense.
MIT senior Shruti Sharma is one of 40 U.S. recipients of the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship this year. This award will allow her to pursue a PhD in materials and manufacturing engineering at the University of Cambridge,... read more
The World Sikh Organization of Canada joined with Canadian Sikh communities to take part in the One Billion Rising movement by providing care packages, treats and baked goods to over 1,000 women and children in shelters... read more
[VIDEO] I looked up Bhai Gurbaksh Singh, when I saw his photo. He had a very strong face with very soft eyes. I wanted to paint him and try to project his inner willpower onto the canvas. I wanted to show someone who was in pain but was beaming with positive energy amidst all of it. read more