Lines of Distinction
As finely as he composes his pen-and-ink drawings of historic architecture and monuments, so does he detail a life bolstered by art and his Sikh faith.
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African American Women’s Lives: Krishna Kaur (formerly Thelma Oliver)
Thelma Oliver was a dancer and actress who in the mid to late 1960s was making her mark on Broadway. Then she became interested in Easter culture and became Krishna Kaur.
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A Serviceman to the Core
“The two uniforms serve the same purpose,” he says. “It’s about service.”
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1st Asian in U.S. Congress Was a Sikh & Rights Activist
The same year the United States passed the Civil Rights Act of 1957, an immigrant in California achieved the triple honor of becoming the first Asian, Indian, or Sikh to serve in the United States Congress
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Dr. Tarlok Singh Sahota - first Sikh to head the Canadian Society of Agronomy (CSA)
Dr. Sahota is a member of the American Society of Agronomy for many years now and has been an Eastern Director of the CSA for two terms before becoming the President Elect of the CSA last year. He is a life member of the Indian Society of Agronomy and Indian Society of Soil Science and has held executive positions in the Indian Scientific Societies.
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Fallen, but not forgotten: Baba Punjab Singh ~ Oak Creek Victim
Perhaps I may not get my wish for Baba Punjab Singh to recover, however he has taught me so much about walking the talk of the Guru's teachings. Gently, quietly with every last breath, he continues to impact the lives of others. Silently, I speak to him with gratitude for being purely chardi kala, ever rising spirit.
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Why Father's Day Was Difficult for Me
I am a Kaur, a wife, and a mother. I want other women to find their voices and know that just speaking to a close friend, a doctor, or even a helpline can open so many doors of help. The aim isn’t to always seek justice or prosecute, but to just help yourself, acknowledge the abuse and wrongs and start a path to healing.
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High achiever: Sikh girl from Nankana makes community proud
A 15-year-old Sikh girl in Pakistan has emerged as the first girl from the Sikhy community to be among the toppers of the Class 10 examination.
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Peaceful Human rights activist on hunger strike ~ Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa - [Updated]
The whole world knows about hunger strike by Bapu Surat Singh who clearly sends the serene message for the release of the Sikh prisoners. Time for action and peace!!!
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Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam ~ R.I.P.
The great Prakasham has even out-glowed the Sun As it orbits all around the sun, even sun bows in enhanced reverence And salutes the earth, for all that it carries - The Greatest Prakasham of Guru Granth Sahib
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