Sardar Pritpal Singh Bindra ~ 1930 - 2015 RIP
Sardar Pritpal Singh Bindra, winner of Akali Phoola Singh Award, whose works illuminated many misgivings on the literature of the time of Guru Gobind Singh, died on May 14, 2015. He was 85.
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Sikh Thought Leader Teams With EcoSikh
A World-Renowned Innovator and Scholar MOHANBIR SAWHNEY, will be the keynote speaker at EcoSikh's Gala on June 21st!
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Gurmeet Kaur International Fusion Percussionist
[VIDEO] Gurmeet kaur Who made this video 'BASICS KoR' is renowned as famous Tabla player (fusion percussionist). She has a passion for music and learned music since childhood by under the guidance of Zakir Hussain ji,...
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Making change: Activist Prabhjot Singh ~ Hope & Faith
In 2012, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation named him one of ten Young Leaders, people under forty who've made exceptional contributions to improving the nation's health.
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Shaheeds gave up their lives so we could be here today. They did not intend for us to be lazy and average human beings. We are meant to be elite warriors and truly experience this body in its entirety
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Guruka Singh will be Teaching in India April 2015
This Teacher Training is blessed to take place in the holy city of Amritsar. We will be continuously inspired by the presence and radiance of the Golden Temple...
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Iamin's exclusive chat with Flying Sikh - Milkha Singh
Milkha came, saw and conquered all odds and made India proud on many occasions. He is an inspiration to all Indians, especially to those who want to become sports icon like he is.
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FBI Jacksonville Selects Dr Harvinder S Chadda for the Director's Community Leadership Award
FBI Jacksonville has selected Dr. Harvinder S. Chadda for the 2014 Director’s Community Leadership Award (DCLA) for his notable leadership and service regarding civil rights issues and advancing cooperation between law enforcement and the Sikh community.
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Tribute to Bhai Gurbaksh Singh
[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.
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Service to the Needy is Service to God
A young man in his thirties used to stand on the footpath opposite the famous Tata Cancer Hospital at Mumbai and stare at the crowd in front- The sights there disturbed him greatly...
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