Gurū Granth Sāhib ~ Its Language and Grammar
The Guru Granth Sahib plays a crucial role in the life of a Sikh. Every Sikh yearns to engage with it at some level and benefit from its overarching Divine wisdom. Ever since the revelation of the Sabad (Gurbani) by the Guru, it has taken the center stage in a Sikh's life, both personal and communal.
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The WIDOW Colony (2005) : Filmmaker Harpreet Kaur
[VIDEO] The 73-minute documentary, directed by Harpreet Kaur, is a stirring account of the survivors of the 1984 anti-Sikh pogrom. “I will never forget the priceless gift these women have given me. They took me in their arms..."
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Review of The Disease Delusion by Jeffrey Bland, PhD
Disease as we think about it is a false idol. It does not exist in the way we think about it. The names we give diseases are useful for finding the right medication. Knowing the name of a disease tells us nothing about its true cause; nor does it lead us to the right treatment. This is the disease delusion.”
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"Reflections on 1984" ~ Book Review and Launch
'This book is a must read for those who would like to read an objective assessment of the events of prior to 1984, during 1984 and after and how these events still reverberate across the Punjab and the Sikh Diaspora.'
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New Book Explores Sikh Weddings
[Book Review] Arvinder Grewal’s book, Weddings Around The World: Sikh Weddings, is a guidebook inspired by her own experiences with Sikh weddings. She wrote the book when she realized that some customs were being lost.
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'Sikhs in World War II' ~ Book Review
[VIDEO] "It is my humble attempt to present this page in history to the future generation so that they may venerate the sacrifices made by their forefathers." In the video the author is being thanked by a Dutchman who was liberated by Sikhs after WWII.
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Pool of Life: The Autobiography of a Punjabi Agony Aunt ~ Book Review
The most touching chapter is the one on Kailash and Gopal’s visit to Pakistan. It confirms an urge all Punjabis uprooted from their roots have felt — to revisit, at least once, their roots. Finally, in 1983, an old world, long abandoned but never forgotten came back to life.
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Her Name Is Kaur: American Sikh Women on Love
“Written with honesty and courage. Her Name is Kaur is a tapestry of love, friendship, commitment, and acceptance. Meeta Kaur’s book is a selection of intriguing, eloquently crafted, and heartfelt personal narratives of Sikh women who share their stories of sacrifices, expectations, and challenges and deal with the complexity of relationships... —Harpreet Kaur, filmmaker, Sach Productions
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Let Us Talk About Your Book: "Religion & The Specter of The West" (Part I)
At the simplest level, I would say that this book looks at the nature of the encounter between Sikhs and Western modernity. This is not merely a topic of historical interest. The encounter is not just something that happened two centuries ago and then stopped happening...
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Sikhs Today : Ideas & Opinions - A Review by Manjyot Kaur
I.J. Singh’s fifth book is surely as sorely needed as were its quartet of predecessors, not only as required reading in the Sikh community, but also for a wider audience – the public-at-large – that remains considerably ignorant of our faith, despite Sikhi’s standing as the world’s fifth largest religion.
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