Cooking Dinner in India’s Salt Pans
One of SEWA’s priorities in this region is to increase access to clean and efficient cookstoves through their network of self-employed women. In this barren area there are no trees, making fuel collection a real challenge. Families usually bring stacks of wood from their villages, which they use for cooking on open fires or inefficient stoves.
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The 9th Lord of Miracles Tour in Honor of Guru Ram Das ~ Bolivia 2011
Our 4th city and country on this wonderful Lord of Miracles Tour in Honor of Guru Ram Das was La Paz, Bolivia. La Paz is a city which touches the heavens, resting amid the clouds at 14,000 feet in elevation.
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The 9th Lord of Miracles Tour - Peru 2011
It was a transformational experience for these women and most had tears in their eyes by the end of the class. To know that the ladies from our Sangat in Lima continue with this Seva of teaching these women is an inspiration and is very fortunate for the inmates. It was a great honor for us to visit the prison for all the great work that is being done there.
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Sikhs follow religion’s principles to feed Southington’s hungry
One of the Sikh religion's major principles is to help mankind by sharing and performing charitable service from the fruits of your own work. When the devastating earthquake occurred in January 2010 in Haiti, the Sikh community responded with millions of meals, tents, funds and manpower.
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Diabetic couple get a wheel-y good start to new year
“Although the society was set up by the Sikh community, it serves all Malaysians and aims to open a clinic that offers free treatment for the poor and needy of all races. “We are trying to collaborate with other agencies to work on this cause,” he said,
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Have You Made a New Year Commitment?
As this new year begins it represents new beginnings for many of us. We can all use this auspicious time to make changes in our lives and to renew our existing commitments or make new ones.
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The Sikh Review: 60 Years of Yeoman Service
Shortly, the periodical will embark on its 60th year. As I hold the December 2011 issue (# 696) in my hands, I am filled with a sense of gratitude: gratitude for its incredible resilience. Gratitude also for the fact that Sikhs have created such institutions to serve new generations. Gratitude also that it is the Sikh awakening and blazing of a cultural renaissance of the early 1900s that brought our community back to its transcendental realm.
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Sikkim Gurudwara Nanaklama ~ Earthquake Relief Measures
As earthquake also hit the area this September , the efforts are also to restore the surroundings and lives. Earlier local Govt. objected the construction of the Gurdwara , now seeing the help offered by Gurdwara Sahib during earthquake, the Govt has asked to resume the construction.
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Sikh bone marrow donor event attracts 600 in Leicester ~ [UPDATED]
More than 600 potential bone marrow donors have provided saliva samples at an event in Leicester to help a police officer who has cancer.
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Hope and Compassion
Touch gently the Life Of your fellow man For the human heart Shapes as easily As clay upon The potter's wheel
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