PU Prof Honoured at Sikh Educational Conference
Jaspal Kaur Kaang, professor of Punjabi, University School of Open Learning at Panjab University and chairperson of Guru Nanak Sikh Studies, has been honoured at the 65th International Sikh Educational Conference.
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1st Turbaned Sikh Woman to Run a Fashion Blog
“My friends and family were like ‘you should really start up a fashion blog for Sikh women’- because obviously, when we’re representing our religion, you have to wear modest clothing and still be fashionable,” she said.
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Young Kaur Wants To Make A Better World ~ Sandeep Kaur Interview
Sandeep Kaur is currently in 7th place, trying to win a $5,000 scholarship for her Master's Degree in Nursing. To learn more about her, check out her interview and if you would like to support her then please vote.
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Universal Sikhi ~ Across Cultures, Religions & Continents
Gurumustuk Singh says, "This is my personal experience as an American-born Sikh with parents from Christian and Jewish backgrounds; the changing world of Sikhi, and how various people are connecting with this lifestyle..."
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It's Time to Take a Leap of Faith
This is Guruka Singh at SikhNet inviting you to watch this short video I made with you in mind. It talks about the Leap of Faith that SikhNet is about to make and how we came to know we had no choice but to make it.
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Saying Goodbye to Yogiji
Ek Ong Kaar Kaur describes the Espanola community in the midst of Yogiji’s twilight days: "It was only a week ago yesterday that the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan, strolled through the grounds..."
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LIVESTREAM: Honoring the Legacy of Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan
October 6, 2014 marks the 10 year anniversary since Siri Singh Sahib Bhai Sahib Harbhajan Singh Khalsa Yogiji left his physical body. Events will be held for 4 days this weekend including stories and performances. It can all be seen live from anywhere.
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Guruka Singh: How I became a Sikh
I was not born to Sikh parents in this lifetime. Most people figure that out quite quickly that even though my name is obviously Indian in origin and my dress is unusual as well,
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Narinder Singh of Topcoder: Is It the Cards, or How You Play Them?
So I remember my parents often saying, in a kind of broken English, “What are you getting to hold onto out of that?” Over time, that came to mean for me: “What are you holding onto out of an experience? What’s the essence of what you took away?”
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Former White Supremisist: "I love Sikhs"
[VIDEO] "I was a founding member of the same group Wade Page belonged to... In many ways I used to be the man that he was, literally." Now he helps encourage diversity with the inspiration of the Sikh slogan: "Chardi Kala"!
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