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A new book on the Sri Dasam Granth Sahib by G.S.Mann and Kamalroop Singh reveals not only more about the history and compilation of this Sikh scripture but also shows rare images of the earliest rare manuscripts (pothis) of the Granth. read more
Drawing on the raw imagery of both poems, “Kultar’s Mime” not only tells a powerful story of human suffering and courage, but the incredible cast of “outsiders” to the community, bring it to life,... read more
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, May Darwin be with you—what is the best seasonal greeting? What if they are all fine? That’s the sentiment behind a new book that treats the winter holiday season for what it has become for many people, an intercultural, inter-religious celebration. read more
Epic poetry has been written to honor the heroes of Saragarhi. Gurduaras have been established to honor their memory. Schools in India use the example of Saragarhi to instill patriotism and national pride.
SikhNet turns 19 years old this year. It has served an entire generation of Sikhs, globally. We want to insure that SikhNet will continue to serve the generations of the future. For that to happen, your active participation is needed. read more
But, what truly wins the reader’s heart is Dr Chadha’s stark honesty, be it in soliloquy or dialogue, and his ability to laugh at himself. One must also watch out for cheeky jokes through the book; those on the lines of a Swiss guard asking Mr Chadha "How do you keep it up", in reference to his macho moustache, of course. read more
You can find folktales from around the world easily; all cultures have done a wonderful job in preserving and presenting their folk literature to their children in an attractive way; why haven't we? The question bothered me... read more