Sikh Seva Foundation’s 1st Annual Food Drive Donates 10,000 Food Items!
A food drive organised by Sikh Seva Foundation with the support of local Sikh Community and Sikh Organisations for the Month of April donated over 10,000 food items weighing 8126 Pounds to BC Food Banks on Monday May 7.
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The establishment of Guru Kanshi ~ prediction of Guru Gobind Singh ji
One day, as per divine order, Guru Ji began sharpening reeds, throwing these into the Sarovar (water-tank) and declared, "This is the Guru-Kanshi, which will emerge in future as a great center of divine learning.
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L.A. Sikh Boutique Funds Religious Education In Punjab
“The clothing business is the way we are able to do everything you see here,” said Bhajneet Singh, 31, who runs Papillon with his parents and extended family. “We pride ourselves on that work-life balance.”
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San Antonio police ask brave Sikh young men and women to join police during plantation of trees
With the unfortunate politics that surround many Gurdwaras nowadays, a visit from the police to a Gurdwara almost always indicates intra-Sangat conflict. At the Sikh Center of San Antonio, however, this was not the case.
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Sikh jatha readies for 'Jora Ghar Sewa' in Pak gurdwaras
Carrying with them boxes of shoe polish and brushes, members of Nankana Sahib Sikh Yatree Jatha are all ready to visit gurdwaras in Pakistan. This is one of its kind jatha that takes positions in Pakistan gurdwaras on various Sikh religious occasions, and had been doing the free shoe keeping and shining service for nearly 11 years.
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‘Healing touch' of the Sikh community
Calling out to the poor and down-trodden over the past five years, the centre, which is a unit of the Guru Nanak Charitable Trust, has been providing quality medical services at highly subsidised prices at a time when health care costs are sky-high.
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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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