His beard alone is taller than you are!
At 7 feet, 8-plus inches, Sarwan Singh's beard is quite a sight to behold.
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Among Young Sikhs, Expressions of Faith Mixing Two Worlds
Using e-mail, social networking and old-fashioned word-of-mouth, Pritpal Singh Kochhar put together the initial 15 members of the Manhattan Sikh Association. In October 2007, it held the first diwan in Battery Park City, drawing about 50 people.
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Balio Charaag - A Beautiful New Gurbani Kirtan CD
The Shabad renditions on this album are mellow, lyrical and heartfelt. Mandip Singh has a wonderful voice; full of love and devotion.
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Some trends in Sikh weddings and a special ‘Anand Karaj’ in Thailand
It is my observation that the significance and meaning of the actual ‘lavan’ are today, generally, a mere formality and the remaining ‘merry-making’ and that other, sometimes meaningless and outdated, cultural ceremonies have taken greater prominence.
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Sikh Martial Arts Go Mainstream
Gatka, the traditional Sikh martial art dating back to the early 17th century, has seen a rejuvenation in the past few years.
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A Sikh au Courant
We all want to be modern. There is nothing quite so distressing as to be told that one is behind the times or is clueless about the world in which he or she operates. It is worse than being poor, fat or ugly.
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Sikh writer, activist and philanthropist Patwant Singh passes
Well known Sikh Writer and philanthropist Patwant Singh has passed away in the national capital following a cardiac arrest. He was 84.
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Meet the first Sikh soldiers to guard the Queen
Signaler Singh made history as the very first Sikh soldier to wear his turban on Public Duties guarding the monarch and protecting the Crown Jewels. He was soon joined by Lance Corporal Singh.
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2009 UK Visit for Gurmat Parchaar by Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Jee Dhadrianwale
A lot of Sikh youth is attending and coming on the path of Sikhi. Everyone and the Sikh youth are supporting the Gurmat Parchaar being done by Sant Dhadrianwale who are openly doing Panthic Parchaar on every Gurdwara stage just as they do in India.
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Update on the Childrens' Run Across Canada to benefit Sick Kids
The Sikh youth group started their journey Canada Day in St. John’s, Nfld. and have continued as far as central Ontario, raising money for children’s hospitals in each of the 10 provinces they jog through, as well as a hospital in Liberia, Africa.
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